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Welding on the Farm

Welding on the farm has a long tradition, and sometimes it’s all that keeps things moving. But farm welding brings its own challenges. Sometimes repairs need to be made where power isn’t available. Farming equipment and machines aren’t all made from the same metal. And let’s face it, farms come with dirt and, well, more than dirt. Neither mix well with welding.

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From Farm to Shop: Welding’s Impact on Agriculture

Welding is a key ingredient in an ever-advancing manufacturing system for building products used in agriculture and other industries. Sharing, reproducing, and building upon ideas and concepts are key parts of this system.

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Choosing PPE for Welding

Selecting the right safety equipment and garments is essential. This article discusses the critical factors when choosing personal protective equipment (PPE).

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Staying Safe When Using Abrasive Products

In a manufacturing environment, safety isn’t covered by a one-time seminar or meeting. Here are some tips for safe use of abrasive products and why safety is critical for the operator’s well-being and productivity.

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Save Prep Time and Focus on Teaching with Miller® AugmentedArc®

Developing classroom curriculum and finding resources can be time-consuming. With Miller® AugmentedArc® Augmented Reality Welding System, you can save prep time and focus on teaching.

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A Steady Recovery Despite the Challenges

Despite the challenges created by the Omicron variant of COVID-19, AWS continued to recover from the effects of the pandemic and experienced favorable revenue growth and surplus growth for 2021.

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Navigating the Current Logistics Market and Operational Challenges

COVID-19’s impact on the supply chain has opened everyone’s eyes to the importance of smoothly running global commerce and logistics. 

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ESAB Launches InduSuite: A Brand-Agnostic Workflow Software Portfolio Solution for Robotic, Welding, and Cutting Operations

ESAB Corporation (NYSE: ESAB) announced today the launch of InduSuite (InduSuite.com), a brand-agnostic portfolio of software applications that revolutionizes workflow, quality, and business performance, to help fabricators and manufacturers improve operational efficiency. InduSuite offers three key benefits for mixed fleet customers: simplicity for accessing data and documents with an easy-to-use interface; real-time insight into performance, traceability, and workforce accountability; and an unprecedented level of control over metal fabrication operations.

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2022 FUNDING: Women in Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Occupations Grant Program

The U.S. Department of Labor announced a funding opportunity of $3.4 million for up to nine grants to attract and keep women in Registered Apprenticeship Programs and industries where they are underrepresented such as manufacturing, infrastructure, cybersecurity, and healthcare.

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New Tools and Resources for Instructors

Four educational products that can be used in the welding classroom or in the field.

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A $1-Million Partnership, Major Renovation, and New Welding Program Lead Education News

StrataTech Education Group will provide $1 million in scholarships for skilled trade workers, Hobart Institute of Welding Technology is renovating its Welcome Center, and NASCAR Technical Institute has a new welding technology training program.

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Learn about ASNT’s Industry Sector Qualification Oil & Gas Program

ASNT’s Industry Sector Qualification - Oil & Gas (ISQ-O&G) program is an advanced practical qualification exam without the full program cost. The purpose of the ISQ program is to provide the oil and gas industry with NDT personnel who have demonstrated competency in practical application of a specific technique through hands-on performance demonstration qualification examinations.

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