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IF you came here for down and dirty welding tips, you are in the right place.

Hey! Jody here,

First off, I am no PhD...

I am a welder who likes to keep on learning and to help other welders learn.

that pretty much sums what I do.

I also have an online store where you can get welding accessories and that is how I pay for making videos.

Otherwise...Everything else here is Free

There are several hundred videos and articles here along with lots of Welding Tips.

Tig welding Aluminum, Pipe welding, Welding Certification tests, TIG welding 4130 chromoly, mig welding tips, welder settings,  etc... too many to list.

And there are even Hundreds of welder settings pages with down and dirty 30 second videos showing exact proven settings for all types of welds.

The best way to find information on this website is to use this search bar
Custom Search

Just type in a keyword like "tig welding 4130" or "tig welding aluminum" and all the those welding tips pages will show up just like when you use Google.

Go ahead...Type in anything to do with welding or how to weld. Chances are pretty good you will find something helpful.

thats the goal anyway...to help.

I learned a long time ago that you don't have to be the best in order to help someone...you just need to be like a 5th grader willing to help a 4th grader.

Whether your interest is learning about Certification tests, TIG welding , MIG welding, Stick welding, welding pipe, welding carbon steel, tool steel, stainless steel, 6061 aluminum, AZ31b magnesium, 6Al4V titanium, tig welding 4130 chromoly, cast iron, or even welding pot metal, You should be able to find some Down and Dirty welding tips here.

I hope you will come back often because I post new welding videos often


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