Thank you for listening to episode 187 of the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast! For this week's episode we had a fun chat with @Tig_Happens aka Johannes Ciobanica. We had a good time talking about the differences in the welding industry in Italy, where Johannes is located, along with many other things. We hope you get a few good takeaways from this episode. We sure did. Have a great week! Enjoy.
Thank you for listening to episode 186 of the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast! For this week's episode we're doing something a little different because of everything that is going on in the world, we wanted to take some time to talk about how/what we're doing to help our business and lives during these times. We hope this episode helps you think about what you can do and come out ahead when all this passes! Enjoy!
Thank you for listening to episode 185 of the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast! For this week's episode we talk about the importance of weld coupons and practice coupons. Some of the drills that you're told to do can seem very pointless and boring but we tried to explain why these drills can be very helpful in the long run. We hope you pick up some material for your self to work on and improve your skills! Enjoy
Thank you for listening to Episode 184 of the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast! For this episode we had a fun time talking about the Welding Tips and Tricks Forum. For many of us this is where our welding community started in the WT&T Forum or others similar to it. There is still a wealth of knowledge available on these sites if you have never looked into them. We hope this topic gives you the push to take some time and join a forum and join in the conversations. It's all about passing on the information we have along with learning new things from others! Enjoy!
Thanks for listening to this week's Stubby episode. Last week we got a DM talking about making the jump to running your own business and how we always talk about playing it safe. Jonathan took this question and ran with it. Talks about the numbers and a few other things that you should really think about before taking that step out of the plane. Again we are not business advisers or anything along those lines. We're just fellow welders trying to help and give sound advice to the things we know from our experiences. With that we hope you enjoy this weeks Stubby!
If you have a question you would like to hear answered on a Stubby episode be sure to send them to WeldingTipsandTricksPodcast@gmail.com and we'll catch you next time!
Thanks for listening to episode 183 of the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast. For this week's topic we talked about Cut and Etch testing. This can be a very handy and sometimes easy way to see just what is really going on inside your welds. If you've never had a chance to try doing this we hope that this episode give you some insight on how it's done and possibly sparks an interest in you to do some your self. Have a great week!
This weeks Stubby episode came from the Welding Tips and Tricks Forum page. Question asked about Tig torches sizes and consumables. We hope this helps answer the question and might lead you to stock up on the different types of torches available. Have a great week!
If you have a question that you would like to hear answered on a Stubby episode be sure to send it in to Weldingtipsandtrickspodcast@gmail.com or shoot us a DM on Instagram!
Thank you for listening to episode 182 of the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast! For this weeks episode we had a fun conversation with the one and only @dabswellington aka Sean Flottmann. If you've never heard of Little Dabbie you've been living under a rock! Sean does some amazing Tig welded metal art along with is a very skilled fabricator. We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did recording it! Have a great week!