THE SKY’S THE LIMIT WITH THE NEW ARCTIME(tm)
Arc-Zone.com introduces the new, improved ArcTime(tm) Hybrid Performance Tungsten Electrode, offering optimal performance at an affordable price for all TIG and Plasma Arc Welding applications.
“Master fabricators have been using ArcTime for years,” says company president Jim Watson. Professional yacht tower fabricators, manufacturers of aerospace parts, and mountain bike builders have all selected ArcTime because of its excellent ignition properties, low burn off rate and longevity according to Watson. As an added bonus, this hybrid tungsten electrode works well with all power sources and all metals from mild steel to titanium. …try it yourself, and find out about our Money Back Guarantee–>
ARC-ZONE.COM(R) ADDS STICK ELECTRODE HOLDERS
We’ve added electrode holders for Stick/SMAW welding to our ecommerce website.
In addition to the standard shortstub and tong style electrode holders, Arc-Zone sells Stick Electrode holders complete with DINSE connectors and leads –choose from 12.5′ to 50′ lengths.
ARC-ZONE.COM(R) GOES HOLLYWOOD!
We’ve added Video to the product detail on the Neutrix tungsten grinder. It’s a great way to see a demo before you buy.
And look for more video soon… get the behind-the-scenes story at JoeWelder.com
ASK JOE ™ AND WIN A T-SHIRT!
We’ve started a new regular feature on the JoeWelder.com site, Ask Joe(tm)
Each week we’ll feature real questions from real customers, and answers from our own Joe Welder(tm). Joe, aka Jim Watson, doesn’t like to toot his own horn, but he has a tremendous amount of expertise in TIG, MIG and Plasma Arc Welding and Cutting products– you can read the details over at Arc-Zone.com or read some of the About Joe Welder posts.
And, if you have a welding question you’d like answered, go ahead and Click on the Contact Joe link. If your question is featured on an Ask Joe post, we’ll send you a t-shirt!
ANOTHER NEW ROSIE
A common thread among many women welders is that they were first introduced to welding by a man in their lives. Laura Knight is no exception. “I started welding copper water lines with a plumber and then married an air conditioning technician who welds steel, and I learned wire feed welding from him,” she says. She now works as a metal artist.
Read about Laura Knight at CarmenElectrode.com
And let us know if you– or a woman welder you know– would like to be featured!