Welding Videos...premium content coming soon

Last week I sent out a survey asking you what kind of videos you'd like to see on a premium welding membership site.

The number one topic requested is TIG welding aluminum.

I'm happy to report that I've been working on some great TIG content, but I haven't been going it alone.

I've enlisted the help of some the top welding talent from the community to not only make TIG videos, but other content based on their specialties and skillsets.

To kick things off, I made this video on TIG Welding Aluminum, including an introduction for three of the TIG instructors contributing to the new site: 

They are some of the best TIG welders I know and their videos are really impressive.

We will also be creating plenty of other TIG, MIG, Stick, and Flux Core videos including basic welding videos for every skill level from beginner to advanced.

I'll announce when the site will be live and how to sign up very soon so stay tuned because you won't want to miss out on the early member benefits.

Thanks so much for your response and for your support!

Check out some samples of their work on Instagram

Roy Crumrine (@crummywelding)

From the first time I met Roy, I was impressed with his attention to detail and ability to explain what he knows to other less experienced welders.

Brad Goodman (@deepsouthdimestacker)

Brad shows us some little known tips he has learned from some of the best in the business.

Along with practical tips for cleaning plasma cut edges, cup size and gas flow rates, advanced settings for aluminum tig welding and much more.

Johannes Ciobanica (@tighappens)

Whether you want to learn more about TIG welding aluminum cylinder heads, aluminum castings, magnesium castings, or Motorsports parts,

Johannes learned to weld on his own and made plenty of mistakes along the way.

He is willing to share what he has learned so you don't have to make the same mistakes.

I will be letting you know how you can sign up very soon so Stay tuned

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