"OK, I’m hooked." In the latest episode of Finnegan’s Garage, Mike Finnegan (Mike Finnegan's Fan Page) uses the Multimatic™ 215 multiprocess welder to mount a LT4 engine and six-speed manual gearbox in his 1967 Chevrolet C10. Want to win your own Multimatic 215? Enter for a chance to Win Finn’s Tools by leaving a comment on the YouTube video telling Finnegan how you’d put the MIG, TIG and... View details ⇨
Employees at Kiewit Corporation recently tried out AugmentedArc™ as part of a pilot program to help non-welders learn about welding. The two-day program included basic welding classics, virtual classroom welding with AugmentedArc, and live welding with Miller® PipeWorx FieldPro™ power sources.
OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down, held last week, raised awareness for fall hazards and the protective methods that may prevent future occurrences. With technology like ArcReach®, operators spend less time walking to and from the welding power supply, reducing their exposure to workplace hazards. Learn more:
The Maxstar® 161 offers stick and TIG welding capabilities, and at just 13 pounds, is portable enough for the shop and the jobsite. Check out the literature available for the Maxstar 161 Series and other products:
Erik welds because not everyone has the ability to buy what they want, but a welder can build anything. His entry included this picture of his 2010 Crown Victoria Dune Buggy, which he built in his garage. Why do you weld? Share your story for a chance to star in our next WE BUILD™ ad campaign! Learn how to enter here:
A cluttered work truck can be a huge problem for companies. Wear and tear, safety and truck appearance can all impact a company’s bottom line. Read more about why fleet managers and technicians should keep a work truck clean:
OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down, which takes place this week, aims to prevent fall hazards on the construction site by focusing on protective methods and safety policies. How are you participating in the campaign?