Hi and Thank you for listening to the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast. This being episode 1 we, Jody Collier, Jonathan Lewis, and Roy Crumrine, wanted to introduce ourselves and give you, the listener, a look into our welding backgrounds and how we got started. Below you will find the times for this podcast and other information. Thanks again!
Show Note Times
- 0:00-0:30 Podcast Intro
- 0:30-2:27 Jody's Story
- 2:27-5:04 Roy's Story
- 5:04-7:57 Jonathan's Story
- 7:57-9:54 Instagram
- 9:54-11:56 Why Crummy?
- 11:56-13:18 Jonathan's Instagram
- 13:18-14:39 Asking a question to someone more experienced
- 14:39-16:38 Sharing weld Fails and Just normal welds #regularwelds
- 16:38-16:48 Advice we've received along the way
- 16:48-:18:02 Jonathan's advice received
- 18:02-19:06 Roy's advice received
- 19:06-20:14 Jody's advice received
- 20:14-22:48 Guests on the podcast
- 22:48-24:13 Chilled Blocks and Chilled Welding Wire
- 24:13-27:30 What are we working on now?
- 27:30-28:16 Wrap it up and Closing
Where can you find us at?
Welding Tips and Tricks on Youtube
@Weldmonger on Instagram
@Superiorwelding on Instagram
Superiorwelding on Youtube
@CrummyWelding on Instagram
Need a Tig Finger?
If you do not have a Tig Finger in your box you don't know what you're missing. This is a tool that I use almost daily while welding. Gives me something to prop on every time and not worry about burning up my finger or glove. A key point of welding is being comfortable. When your finger is burning up it's really hard to stay steady and smooth, trust me I know. Having a Tig Finger on allows me to stay comfortable and also slides along nicely giving me that extra edge to keep my welds consistent. I will always have a Tig Finger an arms reach away while working. -Roy Crumrine
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