Best weld podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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In this episode you’ll learn the pros and cons of both MIG welding and TIG welding. If you are a welding beginner, you need to check out this episode. http://www.theathomewelder.com/wp-content/podcasts/mp3s/WTS%2010%20_%20MIG%20Welders%20vs.%20TIG%20Welders.mp3 Episode Length – 14:12 Listen & Rate In iTunes Download This Episode…
 
In this episode you will learn how to get started with your oxygen/acetylene cutting torch. Surprisingly, most people have no clue how to get their torches started correctly or even how cut with them. There’s nothing more embarrassing than everyone hearing that loud *POP* over and over because you can’t keep your torch lit. As a welder, do you ...…
 
In the episode you will learn some of the best tricks for welding galvanized metals. You will also learn how to avoid and treat one of the greatest fears of welding steel that’s been galvanized, Metal Fume Fever. We also answer a great question about keeping finials straight when welding custom fencing and… an At Home Welder webinar? http://www ...…
 
In this episode we will cover how to choose the right welding gases and when is the best time to use them. It is very easy to just use what you have and think that you’re safe. But in many cases you have to use specific gases for different materials. If you use the wrong ones, your welds won’t be worth a dime. I also answer a great finishing qu ...…
 
In this episode you will learn some excellent techniques on how to control your welding heat to avoid nasty blowthroughs and how to repair them if they do happen. In the Q&A session, an AHW community member gets an answer to one of the most frequently asked questions by beginning welders. http://www.theathomewelder.com/wp-content/podcasts/mp3s/ ...…
 
In this episode you will learn the best way to avoid heat distortion when welding sheet metal. It’s easier than you think to master great welds when working with sheet metal. I answer a great question from an AHW community member about how to find the perfect materials and I unleash a huge announcement about the future of The At Home Welder Pod ...…
 
By Jody Collier With about 5 minutes of training, anyone can run a bead with a mig welder. Thats why its sometimes referred to as “monkey welding”… you know… “so easy a monkey can do it”. or “you can teach any monkey how to mig weld.” But when it comes to welding vertical uphill and overhead, no monkeys have been trained lately to make good ove ...…
 
By Peter Apalais Mig welding, also called wire feed welding, costs less and takes less time than other techniques of welding. TIG and ARC welding take a lot longer to do. Robots can be configured to perform mig welding, and then be placed in industrial manufacturing plants to weld with precision. Here’s an explanation of what “Mig Welding” is. ...…
 
Written By: Janet Ashby Safety is vitally important when working in the workshop or when welding to ensure both your own safety and that of other people in the workshop. Below are the most important safety considerations to help prevent accidents occurring and to keep everyone involved out of the ER. The Occupational Safety and Health Administr ...…
 
Written By: William Walley If you are interesting in welding there are many different terms that you will want to familiarize yourself with in order to read magazines or books on the topic. Here is a list of common terms that are important to know: ACETYLENE — this is a gas that you will be working with to do welding. It is a very flammable gas ...…
 
A sneak peak into Railing 101 – The definitive guide to building custom iron railings from start to finish. How was that? Was that exciting enough for you? Life has been pretty crazy around Atlanta these days with all of the massive flooding thats been going on, but we’re still here. We might be a little damp, but still here. . Thanks to everyo ...…
 
In This Episode you learn how to avoid the worst mistake you can make before starting any project. We’ll also discuss when you should take deposits and for how much. The Quick Tips in this episode are two great resources that will ensure that you have an edge over the competition when bidding for any project. . http://www.theathomewelder.com/wp ...…
 
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