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Pink Welding Machine for Breast Cancer Awareness


We’ve ended the first week back from vacation, and it was a slow one for the welding world. Catch up on how a welding machine was created to bring awareness to breast cancer research, why a town’s needs lead to a new welding course, and how the holidays didn’t stop some dedicated students from working. Those articles and more make up this edition of the “Weekly Roundup”. Enjoy!

Special News

Pink Welding Machine Built to Support Breast Cancer Research Installed at Super Sign Mart

Miller Weldmaster installation technician, Patrick Moore, installed the new Pink Machine at Super Sign Mart in November. Miller Weldmaster built the Pink Machine as a. . .

Livestock show ignites with welding contest

Welding is more than just an occupation or a hobby to Mario Quezada.

“It’s like an art you have to master,” said Quezada, 18.

Welding Industry

Controversial Gas/Welding Topics covered by industry website.

Updated at least twice per month with fresh content, Welding and Gases Today Online's "On The Edge" feature is dedicated to controversial topics that can change manner in which companies do business.

Welding Schools/Programs

Local need leads to new welding course

Bridge parts fabricator Stinger Welding plans to add much-needed jobs to the local economy when construction of its new building is completed in the coming months.

Welding Students

Holidays Don’t Stop Dedicated Ag Shop Students

Watching Myron Uecker, Ag Mechanics and Woodworking Instructor at Johnson City LBJ High School, this reporter was reminded of Santa working overtime with his Elves to ensure that prize-winning shop projects would be completed in time for the upcoming Blanco County Show (January 13, 14 and 15).



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