Welding Tips And Tricks - 543,316+ YouTube Subscribers
About Welding Tips And Tricks:
Down and Dirty Welding Tips for the rest of us.
Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment and inspiration. Welding is dangerous. Always seek professional advice and training before using welding equipment. If you have any uncertainty before performing any welding task, stop and learn a safer method. Do not attempt welding simply because you saw it in one of my videos.
ChuckE2009 - 452,797+ Subscribers
Hello there, and welcome to my channel! My videos are about Welding, Metalworking, Machinery & More! I have been welding since 2009, including 3 years of formal education gaining 5 different pipe & plate certifications.
One Note - YouTube messages are for commercial interest in the show, ONLY. For this I apologize, while I would like to respond to everyones personal messages the sheer number of them I receive makes it impractical to do so.
Weld.Com - 215,258+ YouTube Subscribers
Behind the hood welding videos getting you up close and personal with the weld.
Weld.com welding videos are a series of welding shows that are loaded with welding tips, tricks and hints that will help you drop that perfect bead every time! Whether you are trying to become better in the areas of TIG Welding, MIG Welding, Stick Welding or Cutting; Weld.com has what you need. All videos are shot from "behind the hood" so you can get the welders perspective. In addition to showing you how to weld, many times we will show you common mistakes and how to avoid them.
New TIG videos every Friday
New MIG videos every Monday
The Fab Forums - 214,602 YouTube Subscribers
About The Fab Forums:
Welcome to The Fab Forums. My name is Kyle Voss and I produce Custom Motorsports Fabrication content of all forms for you. Carbon Fiber, TIG Welding, Metal Shaping, Hot Rods, Muscle Cars, Custom Choppers, and everything in between. I work hard to bring you new content on a weekly basis.
6061.com - 171,866 YouTube Subscribers
Aluminum welding and fabrication, along with other miscellaneous videos.
The Fabrication Series - 136,028 YouTube Subscribers
About The Fabrication Series
The Fabricator YouTube Channel is here to show you how to build just about anything. Many projects are built using my 15 years of automotive related fabrication, but I build, fix, modify, engineer, correct and create virtually everything. I am always open to more suggestions from the viewers.
Jimbo's Garage - 74,976 YouTube Subscribers
About Jimbo's Garage:
This channel is mainly about welding and metal fabrication. We'll do the odd wood project here and there, but in the end it's all because I like to build.
Ramsey Customs - turbocobra - 49,645+ YouTube Subscribers
About Ramsey Customs - turbocobra
My Name is Gary Ramsey. Owner, Fabricator at Ramsey Customs. We started this channel primarily to document the complete restoration of a 1965 Mustang, but over the years the channel has evolved into a place to showcase the various projects that we make. These projects are primarily around Metal Fabrication, Wood fabrication. Metalworking. We focus on Metal art, home/business decor, and furniture, but we also feature videos that show various tools, techniques, and methods used in Metalwork.
Lately we have been making fabrication tools for fabricators. We sell these as kits that can be welded or bolted together, or we sell just the plans. Things you will often see in our videos are Mig Welding, Tig Welding, Drilling, Milling, metal lathe work. Some of the equipment we have is: Lincoln Mig Welder. Miller Welder. Monarch 10EE Metal Lathe. Bridgeport Type Milling Machine. Cincinnati Milling Machine, Ellis Horizontal Bandsaw, DoAll Vertical Bandsaw. Trucut CNC Plasma table.
Allen's Welding/Woodworking - 40,984 YouTube Subscribers
About Allen's Welding/Woodworking:
Welding and woodworking videos. all sorts of builds from BBQ pits to pallet wood mirror frames.
DoRite Fabrication - 16,153+ YouTube Subscribers
About DoRite Fabrication:
Hey everybody...Jim Bollinger here. I'm a fabricator, welder, builder, firefighter, and paramedic. People tell me I'm kind of like Larry the Cable Guy meets MacGyver. I bought my first welder when I was 14 with money earned from mowing lawns. Today I teach welding for Lincoln Electric at workshops and trade shows. I've never stopped wanting to learn and that inspires me to teach others. My work has been seen on TV shows like Extreme Makeover, Kitchen Nightmares and Bar Rescue. But don’t worry, Hollywood hasn’t changed me. More than anything, I love to work with my hands…combining creativity with technical and engineering know-how to build everything from kids' toys to sewer plants to fire rescue tools and drag cars.
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