Weekly Roundup – News in the Welding World
seasons begin to change from summer to autumn we are often reminded that our
time welding outdoors is becoming limited.
This realization often forces many welders to design and build a
designated welding shop in or around their home. Building your own personal work space allows
you continue with your welding endeavors year round, no matter what the weather
outside is like.
Sandvik Develops New Ultrahigh-Strength Stainless Steel.
Auburn Manufacturing, Inc. (AMI), a leading developer, manufacturer, and
marketer of textile products for extreme temperature industrial applications,
announced today that it has been awarded two U.S. military contracts worth up
to $7.8 million over several years for the supply of its AMI-SIL® fabrics, used
in hot work protection during naval ship repair.
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers
(AEM) has encouraged the U.S. government to take actions which will strengthen
the manufacturing sector, including building strong equipment markets by
stimulating capital investment and creating jobs through highway and
transportation infrastructure investment.
Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Announces Results
of Online Welding Hero Voting
The Welding Technology Program at Aims is
designed to provide the skills necessary for the student to successfully enter
the welding field.
The program is accredited as an American
Welding Society Participating Organization in the Training and Testing of Entry
Established in 1984, Ferris State
University’s nationally recognized Welding Engineering Technology program is
the largest of its kind in the United States.
If you’re looking for information on working
in Alaska, this is an excellent resource.
This is a great site full of information for
those who are interested in underwater welding.
The Metal Construction Association is an
organization of manufacturers and suppliers whose metal products are used in
structures throughout the world.
The National Industrial Fastener & Mill
Supply Expo is the largest event of its kind in North America.
Oxy Welding Gone Wrong
Cutting Torch Explosion