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!
Show Notes Times
- 0:00-0:36 Intro
- 0:36-3:20 Dave's back story
- 3:20-10:20 How we got started with our side gig jobs
- 10:20-12:19 How Dave approaches a job
- 12:19-15:33 Welding machines
- 15:33-21:23 Fabtech
- 21:23-23:24 Meeting up with other Instagrammers at Fabtech
- 23:24-26:03 Dave's side work
- 26:03-27:29 Dave's favorite type of work at his shop
- 27:29-30:45 Job stresses
- 30:45-34:17 What got Dave onto Instagram
- 34:17-36:16 Like minded people
- 36:16-39:05 Dave's best advise that's helped him
- 39:05-40:13 Dave's best advise to other weldor/fabricators
- 40:13-41:52 Jonathan's addition about Fabtech
- 41:52-44:20 Where can you find David Blackburn and Closing
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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.
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