Arc-Zone The Metal Mashup February Vol. 1

February 2017:  It’s time to share exotic arcs and multi-sparks, along with a couple of extra-ordinary water-based stories.

WELDERS ♥ THE STRANGEST THINGS

Whether you’re looking for something Red, Pink, or a [LOT] less traditional this Valentine’s Day… our compilation of Large Diameter, Stubby, Magnetic, Long, EZ, Cryogenic, & Micro Gifts for You or the Welder You Love,… is sure to inspire.

SPARKS WERE FLYIN’ WHEN WE MET

The Multi-Tool – A sure fire way to get the sparks flying in your fab-tastic relationship. And don’t worry, cuz even after the sparks die out, you can polish up your look to make sure that the Love of Metal burns strong for years to come. They say a diamond is forever, but those peeps never laid their gloves on this lil beauty.

ASK AN EXOTIC BEAUTY TO DANCE

With our extensive collection of Exotic Rod, sold in 1 lb. packs, you can dip that exotic beauty, create a lil’ magic, and not even break the bank. Whether your looking for a darling Nickel Alloy, the elusive Alloy X, or a Titanium blend with ultra high tensile strength, we’ve got your Rod and the sturdy Guards to keep your precious beauties safe.

DARE TO DREAM BIG & [WELD] A DIFFERENCE

Inspired by Black History Month, we’ve shared a video and story designed to give you pause to reflect on how you can use your own 2 hands, like Nestor the Togolese Welder has, to shape your business and community into something to be proud of today and for generations to come.

WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?

This video depicts one Epic Fail after another. Holy Cow! There’s more than a few ship yards out there in need of some repair work. The great thing about welding is that whether someone’s building a brand new boat or in need of repairs on the vessel they’ve just wrecked… there’s a good paying job for a skilled welder. This one kinda dropped our jaws. Enjoy!!!

#WELDLIKEAPRO

James (@Narcissisticwrench) grew up in the rural Northern Territory & in Victoria, Australia. He moved to the U.S. in 2002, and his first welding job was building titanium bicycle frames. Since then, he’s contracted with the military and NASA. James enjoys working at Cruising Kitchens in TX, building crazy-awesome food trucks and shipping container projects. James has an 11 year old son, who pretty much schools him every day, and he rescues “troublesome” dogs that desperately need a home. Check James out on IG, enjoy his work, and that of all the Tradesmen & Women who weld straight from the heart!

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