Welding Archives - Tomorrows Technician
Welding 101: What to Know and Where to Begin 

With many welding methods available for collision repair processes, which one is right?

EV Safety: Battery Precautions & Welding Considerations

Safety precautions take on a whole new meaning with hybrid or battery electric vehicles.

Auto Body Welding: Check OEM Procedures and Test Weld

Don’t just grab and go; are you looking up the OEM procedures before welding?

Mechanix Wear Offers Torch Welding Series Gloves

These gloves were developed in partnership with Paul “Torch” Le Sage.

American Welding Society Launches ‘AWS Certified’ Program

Certification by next generation welders ensures that the integrity of processes and procedures will remain consistent.

Mechanix Wear Launches Torch Welding Series Gloves

Top quality welding gloves and accessory products are designed to elevate protection for welders.

Universal Technical Institute Expands Welding Program

Company also reports significant cost savings from lease restructuring and rightsizing at its Sacramento campus.

Dent Fix Equipment Releases New Airless Plastic Welder

The Dent Fix DF-EZA1 Airless Plastic Welder is an economical way to do limited plastic welding.

How To Dress Welds For Success

Dressing welds may not be rocket science, but the process requires an understanding of welding and the metals being welded.

Spot Welding Is A Requirement

Spot welds have been recommended in vehicle repair for years. Now, they’re required.

Maryland High School Wins Welding Room Makeover From Channellock

Channellock Inc. recently awarded Worcester Tech High School of Newark, Maryland, a welding room makeover as the winner of the first annual Channellock Trade School Trade Up Competition.

Automotive Welding: Understanding 3 Types Of Welding

If you work in an auto shop, you’re going to need to weld. Sooner or later, like it or not, it will be a necessity. This is a process that is often misunderstood, which quite often yields sketchy results. Proper technique along with patience and practice is what makes the difference to lay down a clean, strong weld.