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.

August 2018

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August 2018

The August issue of Welding Productivity offers something for everyone. Kicking things off is an article focused on job opportunities in structural welding – an exciting career whether you’re already an experienced welder or just getting started. Following that up is an article that addresses what a robot can and cannot weld.

Also included is information on a new type of projection welding and advice for how to handle the fumes associated with resistance welding. For weld prep purposes, there’s an article on an all-in-one kit available on the market. And to round things out, we put a spotlight on Justin “The Fabricator” Merrill, a YouTube welding sensation.

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