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3 Camping Welding Projects

Summer is in full swing, and for those that love the outdoors, camping season has arrived. If you consider yourself a camper, you know how important it is to have the right gear and equipment. A well-used camping welding project hack can make your time

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

When the Saturn V rocket of the Apollo missions sent American astronauts into space, Margaret Brennecke played a critical role as a metallurgy researcher at NASA. Brennecke had graduated from the Ohio State University and then researched metals at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in

Welding Projects for the Rebel or Multimatic Multiprocess Welders

Baker’s Gas and Welding has the best prices and bundles of welding supplies available on multiprocess welders, including the bestselling Miller Multimatic multiprocess welder and the ESAB Rebel multiprocess welder lines. Both welders come with the option of buying a discounted Baker’s Bundle kit that

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welder Ryan Fincher, 21, of Cedartown, GA finished just short of winning the spot of U.S. representative for the WorldSkills welding competition three years ago. He then got to work, practicing his welds for hours at a time, even quitting his full-time welding job in

A Roundup of 7 Best-Selling Welding Helmets

There is a range of basic to professional welding helmets at Baker’s Gas and Welding that meet the needs of anyone from first time welders to experienced veterans. While you can check out the low prices on the full range of brand name welding helmets

3 Outdoor Patio Furniture Welding Projects

If you’ve ever picked up some patio furniture from the store, there’s a good chance that some of the welds will start rusting after a few years. Don’t even go there with wicker or plastic patio furniture that can start splitting apart and shredding before

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welding students in Oregon have received real world welding experience, practical projects, and a healthy challenge as they learned their craft through their school’s partnership with Fabform Industries. The students in the intermediate and advanced classes have worked on projects for the company with supplies

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welder and artist Melissa Gillespie Davis turned to welding as a career nearly 20 years ago because it didn’t require extensive schooling, paid a good wage, and had reasonable hours so that she had time with her family. Welding itself struck Davis as a kind