Hi and thanks for listening to episode 4 of the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast. This episode we wanted to touch base about what are some good tools to have on hand when you start a job. We thought it would be a good continuation from the last topic pertaining to weld tests and landing your job. Hopefully, this will help any of you new guys answer the question of where do I start with what tools to have on hand or starting a good toolbox for the different job fields we've personally experienced. Thanks again for listening and enjoy the show!
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Where can you find a Tig Finger?
Hi and thanks for listening to episode 3 of the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast. This episode we have our first guest Dave Blackburn from @BlackburnFabrication on Instagram. We get to know a little more about Dave from his back story of how he got into welding, how his experience as a machinist helps as a fabricator, and much more. So hit play, drop your hood, and enjoy listening to Weldors talking about Welding while you're Welding!
Where can you contact Dave and find more information?
You can find Dave Blackburn on Instagram @Blackburnfabrication
Email Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org
Need a Tig Finger?
The Tig Finger works awesome. It allows you to rest your hand on your hot work piece while you are welding to keep more consistent movement. I usually use it on my torch hand so I can slide it across the work keeping the arc focused where I want it. Very well made.
Hi and thanks for listening to the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast. This is episode 2 and the topic is Weld Tests. We thought that since you generally start a welding job with a weld test we'd have our first topic on this podcast be just that. We discuss welding tests we've given and tests we've taken. We hope that for the experienced weldors you can relate to our stories, and for the new guys you get a better feel for what's to come at your first test. Below you will find the times for this podcast and other information. Thanks again and enjoy!
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!