Beginner Welding Projects for New Welders

Beginner Welding Projects for New Welders

One of the best parts of welding is how much of an art form it is. Sure, there’s science behind it but a lot of what determines success from failure is by practice on the part of the person welding. Luckily, supplies are relatively cheap, and you can practice with...
Welding for Car Restoration

Welding for Car Restoration

Whether you are a professional or hobbyist car restorer, you know that assembling panels and frame parts is a requirement on every car. While sheet metal and welding supplies may be relatively cheap, skilled labor is not. It is definitely in your best interest to...
How to Improve Weld Quality

How to Improve Weld Quality

Making a great weld is about more than making it “pretty” – although, the processes that go into making it pretty are more important to its quality than aesthetic considerations. Depth, width, crown – all need to be consistent throughout and adequate and appropriate...
Product Spotlight - Miller Welding Equipment

Product Spotlight - Miller Welding Equipment

Miller is one of the most prominent names in the welder industry. They provide a full spectrum of welders for MIG, TIG, stick, submerged arc, and spot welders. There’s also a wide array of wire feeders Miller machines are always at the top of their class, both in...
Welding for Beginners – MIG and FCAW

Welding for Beginners – MIG and FCAW

Don’t let welding intimidate you out of doing it yourself, trying it at home. Whether you plan on being entirely self-taught or YouTube taught, or learn at a vocational school, adult school, or community college, it is going to take some consistent practice to get...
Welding Variables – Talking Voltage and Amperage

Welding Variables – Talking Voltage and Amperage

When it comes to weld penetration, the current (amperage) has the upper hand. When it comes to welding, penetration is more technically known as “depth of fusion,” which is a measure of how far a weld extends into the base metal from the surface melted during welding....