One of the things we love most about the internet here at Arc-Zone.com is that it allows us to connect with fabricators around the world! We’ve shipped TIG, MIG and or Plasma Arc Welding accessories to just about every country around the world. Now with the popularity of social media, we not only connect with fabricators through our webstore, we get to see their work when they post photos on social networks like Facebook, Instagram.
We’ve connected with some amazing and fun fabricators, here’s just a few who regularly comment and share with us:
One of our Instagram followers is Midnight Metal Craft in Roseville, Michigan.
Here’s just a taste of their work, these fine looking candle holders (pictured left)! Check out their Facebook page for more awesome pics.
Another of our favorites is ToxicFab out of Kemah, Texas. They lay some pretty impressive beads (see photo on the right). They also have an impressive number of Instagram folllowers (and with pics like these, it’s no wonder!) not to mention Facebook Fans!
Another of our welding connections also hails from Texas: Isaac Carrion who offers welding and repair services. You’ll find him posting pics of some of the heavy equipment repair jobs he’s out on and you can follow him on Instagram too!
And yes, fellow female fabricators, we do have women welders who we connect with also. Lea Fales is a designer, sculptor, and student (though she’s finishing up soon!) in Florida who works in metal. And check her out (pictured right) Isn’t she sexy!
And last, but not least for this welding connection roundup, our friend from Down Under (that’s Australia), Weldporn, who celebrates great welders, and great welds on his Instagram account every day. And has started up his own welding apparel business too!
And if you’re looking for the more traditional welding connections, like the connectors that get your TIG torch hooked up to your welding machine, or that connect your welding power cables, and gas and water lines… check out the welding connectors section over at Arc-Zone.com (sorry, had to get our own product plug in there somehow!).