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  • Walmart US
    Lincoln Electric Welders K2185-1 Handy Mig Welder
    Seller: Walmart US
    Manufacturer: Lincoln Electric Welders
    Category: tools & home improvement > power & hand tools > welding & soldering > welding equipment > welders

    Features and Benefits 35-88 amps output; welds up to 1/8 in. mild steel Welds both MIG (shielding gas sold separately) and flux-cored Plugs into household 115V, 20 amp outlet Cold contactor safety feature keeps welding wire electrically; cold; until gun trigger is pressed Compact, portable, lightweight and easy to use. Great for home repair and hobby projects on light gauge mild steel found...

    $393.90
  • Walmart US
    Lincoln Electric Welders K4084-1 Handy MIG Welder
    Seller: Walmart US
    Manufacturer: Lincoln Electric Welders
    Category: tools & home improvement > power & hand tools > welding & soldering > welding equipment > welders

    The Lincoln Electric Handy MIG Welder is a user-friendly, compact portable and lightweight wire-feed welder that plugs into a 115-volt, 20 Amp outlet. 4 voltage settings and a continuous wire-feed speed adjustment allow you to weld mild steel from 24 gauge to 1/8 in. thick. This handy welder includes gun and cable assembly, work cable and clamp, gas nozzle, gas regulator and hose, spool of...

    $588.91
  • Advance Auto Parts
    Lincoln Electric Welders Crow Foot Welder Plug - KH529
    Seller: Advance Auto Parts
    Manufacturer: Lincoln Electric Welders
    Category: tools & home improvement > power & hand tools > welding & soldering > welding equipment > welders

    Crow Foot Welder Plug. Most Welding Tools & Accessories products are available for in-store pickup from Advance Auto Parts.

    $35.99

How to Pick Your First Welder - Kevin Caron

From http://www.kevincaron.com - After many requests from viewers, artist Kevin Caron tackles the question of how to pick your first welder. The answer isn't...

IRONWORKS WELDERS @ CUSTOM METAL PRODUCTS

CUSTOM METAL PRODUCTS is an ironwork, welding and metal restoration company located in the Bed ford-Stuyvesant/Stuyvesant Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn and serving the five boroughs of New York City. Started in 1983, we offer you over 17 years of experience in the design, manufacturing and...(Posted by ironworkny at 09/16/11)

Tualatin job fair for machinists, welders and manufacturing | 211info

WorkSource Tualatin is hosting a job fair hiring event for machinists, welders and manufacturing on Tuesday, April 1, from 10am to 2pm. Job seekers should bring a resume to 7995 SW Mohawk Street, Tualatin, OR 97062, and be prepared to speak with a potential employer. For more information, call 503-612-4200, option 2. Parking available at Tri-Met for this event.

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Breaking News

  • Welders working nearby blamed for Back Bay fire

    The Back Bay blaze that killed two Boston firefighters last week was ignited by sparks from welders working on an iron handrail at the building next door to the fatal fire, authorities said Friday. The workers, who were not identified, were apparently

  • Gelzinis: Welders at least guilty of stupidity

    Now we know what had been rumored for days — officials say the inferno at 298 Beacon St. that took the lives of Boston fire Lt. Edward J. Walsh Jr. and firefighter Michael R. Kennedy was set off by sparks from a welder's torch. But apparently what the

  • Welding Sparks Caused Fatal Beacon Street Fire

    BOSTON (CBS) – Investigators say the cause of last week's nine-alarm Beacon Street brownstone fire that killed two Boston firefighters was due to welders working at the rear of the building next door. Boston Fire Lt. Ed Walsh, 43, and firefighter

  • Welders to blame for fatal Back Bay fire

    (: Alysha Palumbo, Boston) - After a joint investigation, officials announced Friday that last week's Back Bay fire that claimed the lives of Boston Firefighter Michael Kennedy and Lt. Ed Walsh was caused by welders installing an iron handrail

  • Boston fire caused by welder's sparks, officials say

    Officials announced on Friday that the cause of the Boston fire in the Back Bay neighborhood last week was the result of sparks from welders. The welders were working on the neighboring building and sparks were able to get under the brownstone building