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If you haven’t visited the ESAB website lately, you may have missed their new “ESAB University.”  In their words:

Since Oscar Kjellberg’s invention of the covered welding electrode in 1907, ESAB has played an integral part in the discovery and development of more commonly accepted welding processes than any other company. The wealth of information that ESAB has to share with the welding and cutting industries is unmatched.

ESAB University is a new concept in the dissemination of information from this unparalleled body of welding and cutting knowledge.

There’s a pretty good bit of information there, including handbooks covering filler metal, MIG, OXY, Sub Arc, Arc, Plasma Cutting, and more.

ESAB University [ESAB]


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