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October 1944: Welders at The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. work on the frame of a railroad well car that has been upended in a positioner to make for an efficient welding angle.
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October 1944: Welders at The Penn Welding Co. work on a contracted job of welding 4-prong forks for a manufacturer of garden tools. Working in tandem, these welders are able to produce approximately 430 forks per day.
Lincoln Electric is at the 3rd Annual Toronto Motorama, Canada's largest custom car and Motorsports expo. Held today, Saturday and Sunday at the International Centre on Airport Road. Weld with the latest Lincoln Electric welders and talk to the experts. Also, autograph sessions with Jessi Combs and Steve Darnell!
Are you at CONEXPO-CON/AGG in Las Vegas this week? Stop by our booth: B8705 and talk with our Welding Experts.
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The upcoming Spring issue of ARC Magazine features Lance Greathouse, co-founder of Wheelchair Labs, a Phoenix, Arizona, nonprofit organization that refurbishes and repairs wheelchairs and scooters and gifts them to people who are mobility-impaired. In his work, Lance uses a Lincoln Electric Power MIG® 210 MP, a versatile machine that has helped him considerably, given that he travels...
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Flashback Friday: June 1943
A welder works on a water main for the Holyoke Water Power Co. using Lincoln's Fleetweld 5 electrodes. The water main will serve several large factories in Holyoke once completed.
Our friends at Torchmate have come up with a really cool challenge. Check out the three teams as they compete.
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Seven welders gang up on a penstock section for the Parker Dam in California.
July 1941
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In honor of the Grammy's this weekend, we bring you a musical themed look into welding's past. Instrument maker, Victor Thomas displays his arc welded mandolin. In the foreground, an aluminum welded guitar of similar design is on display. March 1948
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Arc welding is a spectacular art form as well as being the most useful skilled trade in helping prepare for the war effort. Here, a welder fabricates a massive steel pedestal to be used in a cargo ship. January 1943.
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The first class of women welding students graduates from the Lincoln School of Arc Welding in February 1943.
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Welding on a motor mount for a Douglas C-54 Army Transport, the largest transport in the Army Air Forces in 1942.
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Welders work on the hull sections of an M-4 tank. Photo taken in July 1942.
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Deck house selection being raised by cranes ready for setting in the hull.
United Concrete Pipe Corp. Baldwin Park, CA
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Deck house selection being raised by cranes ready for setting in the hull.
United Concrete Pipe Corp. Baldwin Park, CA