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.

November 2020

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November 2020

The new issue of Welding Productivity is now live. This edition features two welders who are torching the norm – both of them are women involved in the American Welding Society’s Arc 2 Art initiative and are proving that welding isn’t just for men.

We also take a deep dive into MIG welding, focusing on how revisiting some basics can help improve weld quality. From having the proper gas mixture to getting the voltage right – taking everything into account is important for successful welding. Speaking of being more successful, we also get the inside scoop from an industry expert about how planning ahead can improve welding outcomes.

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