In a video made for the EAA, Lincoln's Scott Skrjanc talks about TIg welding
An expert from the Lincoln Electric Welding School describes the advantages of low-hydrogen electrodes and demonstrates welding with Excalibur® 7018. Here's a link to find some answers to common questions about storing and redrying electrodes: http://www.lincolnelectric.com/en-us/support/welding-how-to/pages/storing-electrodes-detail.aspx
Learn more about Lincoln Electric's patented STT technology and how it can increase quality and productivity in the pipeline industry. For more information, go to http://www.lincolnelectric.com/en-us/equipment/semiautomatic-wire-feeders/pages/stt.aspx
Lincoln Electric isn't just about welding--we specialize in many aspects of metal fabrication, including plasma cutting. This Tech Tip tells you how to get the best cut using Lincoln's Tomahawk® 375 Air. To learn more about Lincoln's plasma cutters, go to http://www.lincolnelectric.com/en-us/equipment/plasma-cutters/Pages/plasma-cutters.aspx
Live from the Lincoln Electric booth during the 2017 Fabtech show, Jimmy Diresta, April Wilkerson, John The Builder Malecki, Doug from Retroweld, Zack from ZH Fabrications and Johnny Brooke make a table and set of chairs!
Welding is all around us. See all of the things made possible through welding.
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Learn some of the most common mistake made while flux-cored welding so you can adjust your own welding practices and improve your welds.
Phoenix International has created a unique dry-chamber underwater welding system to repair the US Navy's fleet of LCS2 Aluminum vessels. To combat this challenging environment and meet the high demands of the Navy, Phoenix chose Lincoln Electric for their welding supplies. Using the Power Wave S350, Power Feed 25M, and SuperGlaze Aluminum wire, Phoenix International is achieving high-performance welds that pass a series of rigorous tests.
Welding instructor Mark Prosser, co-author of Full-Bore Welding, walks ARC Magazine readers through the steps to repair a hole in thin-gauge steel.