Stephanie Vaughan

Contributing Writer



Beating the welder shortage, recession blues

March 14, 2002

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Seven OEMs of welding torches and guns talk about fabricator challenges and how they see gun and torch technology changing to help them in the future. Some challenges fabricators face are a skilled welder shortage, an economic recession, and welder safety.

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Taking a closer look at welding robotics and automation

February 28, 2002

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Robotics and automation are on the rise in welding, especially as the need for welders remains. This article discusses the future of robotics and automation in welding: improvements expected to be necessary, e-commerce concerns, and higher customer demands.

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Steering toward aluminum Trends in the automotive industry

February 28, 2002

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Advances in the use of aluminum for cars and trucks could pave the way for greater use of the metal in the future.

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A dream come true

January 24, 2002

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By the time he was 12, John Rubino was on a quest: He wanted to weld sculptures.

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One person's trash is another person's ... seahorse?

August 16, 2001

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Washington artist Dan Klennert and his quest to renew the spirit of old scrap metal in new sculptures is distinctive, to say the least. He welds uses the shielded metal arc welding process and creates dinosaurs, horses, fish, giraffes, and almost anything else he sets his mind on.

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Common threads in workplace safety: How different committees work to ensure the health and safety of their workers

April 24, 2001

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Although various safety committees differ somewhat from plan to plan, they all function as a means to promote workplace health and safety. Different components of a safety plan include responsibilities, activities, and the structure of each company's committee.

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