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Welcome to the first blog post of this site. I decided to write about this topic of the welding life because I have encountered many people who need a good place to talk about what goes on in their lives through the area of welding. Sometimes this occupation can really be frustrating and we need to have people who understand what we are going through on a daily basis. You might have a business in this field. You might just be working for someone or you could be a hobbyist going to school. Whatever the case is, here you are welcome to discuss these details and possibly get feedback which hopefully will encourage you to keep welding and not give up. Once you get into this welding life, you have a unique story to tell the world. Use this site to ask questions, tell good stories, share tips and get involved because it will not stay stale in material content, but rather, it will grow to become a good place to learn more about the welding life.

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so as we and i guess the rest of the school knows by now that pauly 9 7/8 fingers as i am now known was sucked into the dreaded grinder. as you might think my left index finger looked like hamburger meat. i will say i was more upset with myself for not checking over the machine before utilizing it. i now can only preach the lesson i have learned from this accident to others. but if you need a up close and personal life remeinder to be more cautious then by all means become complacent and put your hand… Read more »

Holydiver22
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We need to weld and aluminum sign with slash marks like on the wall of a prison cell counting down the days except it’ll be fingers instead of days and it will read”who’s next”

Respect the machine

Holydiver22
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Holydiver22

The reason I enjoy welding and have decided to go to school for it is because from a very earley age I’ve had a fascination with fire and electricity espeacilly after first learning about the electric chair ever since man has discovered the two they haven’t stopped comming up with twisted ingenious applications for them and I see why that being said I I made my first weld senior year at western high while taking horticultur as and elective one day they were repairing the fence in the plant nursery with a smaw and the teacher asked me if I… Read more »

Evan Werner
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Evan Werner

What kind of welder are you? Well as for me, i am a stick welder. i wanna grind away years of my life, and slowly chip my time away. alot of guys like to do tig and make alot of kool custom things, or maybe mig welding, where we dont have to chip and grind and wire brush everything. but for me its stick welding. idealy i wanna be a underwater stick welder, i wanna be the one they call one when they need to weld a pipe 250 ft below the water for there 25 billion dollar oil rig.… Read more »

Holydiver22
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Holydiver22

I too wanted to be an underwater welder looked into cda but it seemed to me too military just got done with that plus from what I here u don’t get long in the game so for money is it worth it?as for me I guess I would be a hobbyist/contractor welder

Evan
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Evan

This is true.. But for me it’s all about the experience screw the money.. It’s about the stories I’m going to be able tell, and the things ill get to do that people only dream of doing. And I also looked into cda but I think I’m gonna go to Seattle to cdi have family there. All the commercial dive places are military based pretty much.

Z
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Z

Thought you guys would find this pic funny

ANTHONY RIED
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you have to be more careful when using the machines.

Anthony reid
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you have to be careful when using the machines.

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