Drawing upon the expertise of Techgen Media, publisher of Shop Floor Lasers and Fab Shop Magazine Direct, as well as Praxair Corp. and the knowledge of the foremost experts in the industry, Welding Productivity Magazine will provide unmatched instructional editorial – useful and supportive information that will educate the reader about how to improve his or her welding operation.
There’s no better issue than September for the team at Welding Productivity to publish an article about the welding opportunities available in the agricultural industry. Farming isn’t just about the crops – it’s also about the oodles of farm implements, machinery and structures that help make a bountiful harvest happen. And those items, of course, require maintenance and repair that sometimes only an experience welder can accomplish.
As we know by the agricultural article – and the world around us, for that matter – welding can offer a lucrative career. Whether producing nickel-based metal parts or repairing dies in a forge, as highlighted in two of this month’s articles, welding experience is essential. And as mentioned in those articles and in another about carbon arc gouging, there are always better ways to carry out these tasks. Even if this type of work is considered a hobby or an art, as featured in another article about plasma cutting, the story remains the same: learning a trade will pay off ten-fold.
Huntingdon Fusion Techniques launched an updated hand-held PurgEye 200 weld purge monitor, now with PurgeNet. The portable device has an organic light emitting diode display for brighter, clearer and sharper readings. The monitor can operate from long life rechargeable batteries or mains power. Along with louder, presettable audio alarms for rising or falling oxygen levels,… Continued