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Break in April with a horde of articles on the welding industry, programs, jobs and more – and that’s not a joke! Read on about Lincoln Electric’s new welding apparel line, students in welding competitions, welding jobs and more in this edition of the “Weekly Roundup.” Enjoy!

Welding Industry

Metal Cutting Gas – Alternative energy source for cutting,brazing, welding industry

Green all the way; Metal cutting Gas – An alternative energy source for cutting, brazing, welding & heating industry.

CRC-Evans introduces new welding system with laser vision technology

CRC-Evans Automatic Welding has developed a new welding system that incorporates laser vision welding and inspection technology.

Welding Improves Productivity, Quality

Coal dominates electricity generation in the United States. However, as public concerns about climate change grow, electric utilities have been pushed to consider clean alternatives. One area is nuclear, with new welding techniques enabling construction efficiencies of these power-generating facilities.

Manufacturers and Distributors Deliver Welding Expertise

Appearing in Spring 2011 issue of Welding and Gases Today, Alloy Welding Applications article by John Beyer explains why welding distributors and manufacturers are being called upon to provide technical know-how and must work together to keep end-users productive and competitive.

Lincoln Electric launches Red Line welding apparel line

Lincoln Electric has launched Red Line, a new range of personal protection welding apparel for use in all arc welding applications and environments.

Lincoln Electric Completes Severstal Welding Acquisition in Russia

Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc today announced that it has completed the acquisition of OOO Severstal-metiz: welding consumables, a leading manufacturer of welding consumables in Russia. . . 

Welding Schools/Programs

Next session of FVCC Libby welding program to start

Welding students at the Flathead Valley Community College campus in Libby are finishing up their final weeks of training before entering the workforce.

Learnerships revive hopes for jobless youths – South Africa

A year of night school is paying off for high school dropout Lerato Mose, who left school in Grade 11 five years ago because she fell pregnant. Today her future looks bright after she graduated as a welder yesterday.

Welding Students

22 students medal at state technical competition

Students at the Carroll County Career and Technology Center recently brought home 22 medals from a state career and technology competition, setting a new school record.

Elkford student wins welding comp

A student from Elkford Secondary School got third prize in a welding competition held by the College of the Rockies in Cranbrook.

OSU students compete in moon-buggy race that could be a blast

NASA history and student welding skills will fuse together this weekend in a unique race in Huntsville, Ala.

Sparks fly at FDTC’s 2nd annual welding rodeo

Pee Dee welders put their skills to the test at a Florence technical college to pay tribute to our county and its heroes.

Bonhi students compete in GCC Welding Rodeo Contest

BHS Ag mechanics team participated in Grayson County College's first annual Welding Rodeo contest this past Friday and Saturday.

Heritage wins annual welding contest

Blount County’s welding students Friday got the chance to prove their mettle in front of their peers and prospective employers.

2011 TSTC On Site Welding Competition Results

On March 29th, Texas State Technical College hosted their Annual High School Welding Competition on the Brownwood campus.  The one day competition is designed for high school students to showcase their fabrication and welding skills.

Welding Jobs (The Good and Bad)

Technical Schools Say Demand For Welding Jobs On Rise In CSRA

It's a profession in high demand in Georgia-Carolina. Both Augusta and Aiken technical colleges say they've had an increase in students signing up to become welders. 

Welding Gone Wrong

Welding accident leads to fire in Rome automotive business

Two mechanics were welding inside Proline Automotive, in Rome, when some sparks flew and quickly grew into a fire.

Man loses garage, car and motorcycle in fire

McClelland was welding a floor pan on his 1984 Monte Carlo in his attached garage at 28 N. 17th St. shortly after noon Thursday. He took a short break and went into the house to let the metal cool so it wouldn't warp.



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