Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast

Welcome to the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast brought to you by Jody Collier, Jonathan Lewis, and Roy Crumrine! We wanted to bring you a podcast talk about welding from a weldors point of view like you. Our goal is to give you, the listener, another great way to experience Welding Tips and Tricks. Listen to welding shop talk while welding, or driving home! Thanks for tuning in and enjoy the ride!
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Jun 27, 2016

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?
Jody Collier 
                             Welding Tips and Tricks on Youtube
                             @Weldmonger on Instagram
Jonathan Lewis
                             @Superiorwelding on Instagram
                             Superiorwelding on Youtube
Roy Crumrine
                             @CrummyWelding on Instagram
Need a Tig Finger?
You can find Tig fingers and other great welding supplies, like stubby gas lens kits, here at this link 
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
This Podcast has been brought to you by Weldor's for Weldor's so that you can listen to Welding talk while you're Welding!  
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