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WELDING (1,471 companies)
WELDING - Aerospace (5 companies)
WELDING - Aluminum (10 companies)
WELDING - Arc (0 companies)
WELDING - Friction (6 companies)
WELDING - Micro (4 companies)
WELDING - MIG & TIG (5 companies)
WELDING - Nut (1 company)
WELDING - Pipe & Tube (3 companies)
WELDING - Plastic (7 companies)
WELDING - Portable (5 companies)
WELDING - Resistance (3 companies)
WELDING - RF (3 companies)
WELDING - Robotic (25 companies)
WELDING - Site (1 company)
WELDING - Sonic (2 companies)
WELDING - Spot (8 companies)
WELDING - Stud (6 companies)
WELDING - Ultrasonic (5 companies)
WELDING MACHINERY (46 companies)
WELDING ROBOTS (1 company)
WELDING RODS (1 company)
WELDING SCREENS (0 companies)
WELDING TORCHES (5 companies)
WELDING WIRE (21 companies)
CHAINS - Welded (3 companies)
CHAINS - Weldless (2 companies)
CONTROLS - Welding (1 company)
FITTINGS - Welding (2 companies)
GASES - Welding (13 companies)
LASER WELDING (23 companies)
TANKS - Welding (0 companies)
TUBING - Steel, Welded (24 companies)
WELDMENTS (17 companies)
WELDMENTS - Large (2 companies)
WIRE - Welded (4 companies)


Welding is a major and important role in the manufacturing industry. In fact, it’s almost impossible to look at any given object whether it be a toy, piece of equipment or vehicle and not find that it’s been welded. In fact it’s such a huge industry that we literally rely on it when it comes to just about everything that is created for use. In fact, Welding is a bit of a narrow word when we think about all the things it can do or that it does for us on a daily basis. In fact, had it not been for welding you may not be driving down the road in the car you love, you may not be able to ride on that plane or other mode of transportation, that building may not be standing without a welder. Both big and small they are responsible for so many things being put together it’s impossible to think of life without a welder.

Welding has taken precedence in many important moments that have happened throughout our history. For example, most people remember the oil spill that occurred in Louisiana after an oil rig exploded. It was welding that was responsible for sealing up the machinery responsible for allowing all that oil to seep out in to the ocean. Special welding machinery had been created and was able to go down and weld that whole close which stopped the oil from spilling further and causing more damage.

For those who choose to follow the news and have heard of the pipelines that have been laid down under the water for miles. Once more it was welding machines that were responsible for that as well. Welding doesn’t just work under one specific category or for one specific purpose. It literally can be used in virtually almost any environment and be used to both create things that we need and to repair things that are important to us in other industries to keep them running. Welders have even been known to be hired to take on other special tasks that others may not know about.

At times when a custom vehicle such as a car, truck, or motorcycle is being made it’s often a welder who is responsible for these creations or even the repair of these creations for those who may already have a custom piece. It’s a welder who plays a large role in space dynamics as they can fix a rocket ship, satellite or space rover. Welding manufacturers play such a diverse role that their jobs are important and also high in demand. It wasn’t up until fairly recently that women were even considered for the job of a welder, as it’s always been primarily considered a “man’s job.” However, with the changes in times women are now being found in the welding and manufacturing field and even opening businesses of their own.

A welder can repair a business or building after its suffered damage and has become known as a bit of a jack of all trades.
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