This week’s roundup is full of interesting news. Would you offer a reward of nearly 2x what your welder is worth if it were stolen? How did Gailyn Cornell use welding to make a difference? What is the new welding discovery that could radically improve manufacturing processes? Read on through the roundup for those articles and more. Enjoy!
In 1941, 19-year-old Velma Theriot wasn't satisfied making just $10 per week as a store clerk.
She turned to metal work for a better wage, not knowing her handiwork would help American and its allies achieve a historic military victory.
Carl Alvarado knows money talks. That's why he decided to offer a reward twice the amount of the value of a wire feed welder stolen out of his garage.
Teaching Welding and Delivering Hope
Haiti is a nation in ruins following an earthquake in January, but it’s also a place with hope for rebuilding, thanks to volunteers like Gailyn Cornell.
Welder heats up competition
Safety goggles on and mask adjusted, senior Austin Oliver is right at home as sparks fly in the Paola High School welding class Thursday mornings.
This is what he was born to do.
Industry News – Supplies, Tools, Welding Processes:
The discovery is part of the University’s revolutionary research on Ready-to-use Additive Manufacturing (RUAM), a new technology that aims to improve industry’s ability to manufacture high precision ready-to-use functional parts for a range of applications from small turbine blade repairs to making large aerospace structures.
Opening New Doors with Welding
Manufacturers often face a delicate balance in deploying welding on large-scale applications. These operations require rigorous procedures with sophisticated production machinery, and more.
Miller's New Line of Arc Armor Titanium Series Welding Helmets
Miller Electric Manufacturing Co. has introduced its line of Arc Armor Titanium Series welding helmets. The new line is lightweight, provides skin coverage, reflects radiant heat and more.
Welding on Another Turf (Overseas News)
The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, and the Nigerian Institute of Welding, NIW, have partnered to train over 3,000 competent welders in the Niger Delta for the next three years.