Articles from Sept 2015
When carried out with adequate care and skill, welding is an extremely
safe job, but it definitely carries large risks. On the whole, if you're
Whether you've just left school and are considering your options or
you're a bit older and looking for a change of career, welding could be
Matthew Borgatti, a designer and fabricator, has created a novel new spot welder with the help of a 3D printer and a microwave oven.
Borgatti is a..
TIG welding takes practice, practice and more practice to get really
proficient. It’s a skill, an art form and a science, so don’t feel too
Premier Welding Services Limited is please to introduce our new in-house Welding Service Engineer!To cope with demand we have expanded our internal st..
When the full whack of the summer heat is upon you, the last thing you
need is to be doing a hard, hot, sweaty job like welding! Well, let's
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All forms of welding produce large clouds of toxic smoke that can quickly cause debilitating and incurable health conditions. Metal-arc welding is con..
The Future For Welders Looks Hot!The global welding market is set to see an unprecedented expansion that has already started according to labour marke..
The welding industry’s latest innovations are overcoming problems that have baffled researchers for decades. Innovations target not only efficiency, but price as well. Today’s welders can work at a rapid pace without losing an 'nth of efficiency thanks to this year's discoveries.
The future of the automotive welding industry could very well be magnesium alloys. Magnesium is the lightest metal there is (it's 4 times lighter than..