Selected articles from March/April 2004 issue published on TheFabricator.com:
Orbital welding first was developed in the late 1960s by a group of engineers from McDonnell Douglas to join aerospace tubes. These engineers were aware of the problems associated with producing repeatable welds for their critical applications.
New construction abounds all over the U.S., and Seattle is not immune to this trend. In 2002 an open-looking courthouse was completed, rising 387 feet above the city skyline.
Being expected to wear more than one hat at work these days is commonplace??but not more than one welding helmet.
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