A metal welding sub for welders of all skill levels. Join us today!
There exist many metal welders across the world.
Show us what you've welded together!
Welding involves fusing two pieces or more of metal together in a bead to create a joint for support and to hold metal pieces together.
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Lincoln and Hobart are excellent welders.
How was this sub formed?
Well, after some jerks from /r/Welding began criticizing my photo of a weld I did some years ago, I thought, "I should make my own welding sub.where this won't ever happen."
Were all at different skill levels. Some grasp welding better than others.
We have rules off in the siderbar so please read them before posting anything.
You are welcome to submit pics or videos of projects you've made.
Tutorials are welcome in a self post.
Enjoy the sub.
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