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Selecting The Right Welder – Modern Machine Shop

Many machine shops, on occasion, have a need for welding. It may be for maintenance purposes, repair or to fill the odd contract. This story is a welding process primer for those shops whose main business isn’t welding but need to know some basics. Considering the variety of welding processes available, selecting the right one for your shop could be a confusing and difficult decision. In any manufacturing operation, matching the best process to the application can be the difference between profit and loss on a job.

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Iron Doors, Metal Gates, Welding, Fencing and More!!! – Pinterest

Where ever you go, you will see magnificent structures that were welded or fabricated from metal or steel. We’ve found a link on Pinterest that showcases a lot of those designs. Use this link to get ideas on what you’d like Seymore Welding & Mechanical to build for you. There you will find.. Iron Doors, Metal Gates, Welding, Fencing and More!!!

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A Look at the Different Welding Methods and Where They Are Best Used

Welding is a process of seamlessly combining two or more pieces of metal together using heat and pressure. When heat is applied to metal it becomes soft, enabling parts to be joined by applying adequate pressure. The concept of welding has been in existence since the middle ages when metal pieces were first heated on a flame at very high temperatures before being hammered together to join them. This method was later replaced by the use of electric and gas flames which proved to be safer and faster for welders.

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Exploring The Different Types of Sandblasting

Abrasive blasting, commonly referred to as sandblasting is a process in which a medium is used to smoothen out or polish rough, corroded, and poorly finished surfaces.  Rust and corrosion is a common issue with metal structures and machinery. Proper finishing can prevent the onset of issues and lengthen the lifespan of the machine or structure. Thankfully, abrasive blasting is a quick and efficient solution to getting these metal parts functioning and looking their best.

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