Arc-Zone The Metal Mashup April Vol. 2

April 2017:  We’ve got Spring Fever, Scorpions, Rhinos, High Purity Welding & Crazy Coworkers on the brain.

FLY LIKE A BUTTERFLY, STING LIKE A… SCORPION?

Yep, it’s true the Scorpion EZ-CUT takes the sting right out of makin’ straight, clean cuts by using a pre-set mechanized controller and a stainless steel rail. Once you find the optimal speed, dial it in to reduce grinding and rework. You can even take this bad boy vertical by using the magnet mounts. No additional electricity req’d. Mount your torch & it’s Go-Time!

EVERYONE’S GETTING SPRING [FINGER]

Keep your Cool this Spring and Get the Tig Finger™ Heat Shield. It’s 100% Awesome and hand-made right here in the USA. Protect your favorite pair gloves and your hands from the heat. At Arc-Zone, we’ve got both the Original Finger and the XL Finger created by Jody at Welding Tips & Tricks.

FORGET THE STOCK MARKET: INVEST IN A RHINO!

Enjoy all the fixturing options of a BuildPro table, the portability & storage of a cart, and if that wasn’t enough, a 66 piece fixturing kit is included. This newly released welding cart & table from Strong Hand Tools is the perfect investment & our analysts guarantee it’ll pay dividends for years to come.
Plus, it Ships Free within the contiguous U.S.A.!

LESS THAN PERFECT = 100% UNACCEPTABLE

How do you get a perfect weld, inside & out? High purity welding or sanitary welding requires the right tools, repeatable processes, and a skilled operator. If any one of those criteria are left out or are sub par, an outbreak of food poisoning is easily the result. We’ve authored a resource for anyone looking for more information on the complexities of achieving the perfect weld. Check it out & let us know what you think!

COWORKERS DO THE STRANGEST THINGS…

Have you ever [thought] you communicated exactly what you wanted done… only to see the your coworker completely misunderstand what you were asking for? Sometimes it’s Very comical to see how people can take the literal interpretation of what you asked for. This one’s kinda short & silly. Enjoy!

#WELDLIKEAPRO

Ryan (@ryancj55) started welding full time when he was 18 years old and after 14 years, he has never looked back. Ryan does mostly mobile stick welding, from pipe welding to repair and alteration of pressure vessels and occasionally does some TIG. In his spare time, Ryan spends time with family, off-roads in his 4×4, and heads out camping. Kudos to Ryan and to all the men & women who weld hard everyday!

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