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According to IndustryNet there are 3,552 companies that provide welding services in the U.S. These employ 3,686 individuals nationally - a 7.85% increase in employment over the previous year. Sales in the industry topped $47 billion last year alone. The U.S. Department of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that welding often includes ancillary services such as cutting, soldering, and brazing. Welds and the types of materials to be welded vary from job to job. And different welding services have different specialties and skills Evaluate your finished product requirements to choose the welding services that meets those needs. Here are some items to consider when preparing to choose a welder: 1. Leveling and kitting. Arc welding - the process of using electricity to me...(Full Article)
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