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MIG Welding Course: Entry Level

Tuition: $250 includes materials & supplies

Classes currently being offered

This workshop introduces you to the principles of metal inert gas welding aka MIG welding and GMAW gas metal arc welding, lots a names but you can call me mig for short. This is one of the easiest arc welding processes to learn and is useful in repairing and modifying bikes or building custom parts. You will learn how the process works and what are the advantages and disadvantages of the process. Equipment will be covered in detail along with safety considerations while using the process To be successful at mig welding you need to learn the key factors that will lead you down the path for creating strong, consistent weldments.  Guided practice with an instructor.

 

The MIG machine: details of how to set it up, what gases to use, what wires and sizes to use, how the controls work and checking your gun for optimal operation plus much more.

In summary this is a fun intro class into a popular welding process that can serve you well into the future. You can watch all you want on Youtube but you can only develop skill by guided one on one instruction. Class size is currently limited to 5 students.

Classes are small, limited to 5 students or less. The class is a one day 5 hour session that includes technical training and seat time putting into practice what you have learned. This makes for a better learning experience in comparison to some trade classes with over 30 students and one instructor. Classes and instructor are well reviewed on Yelp and Google. Classes are held on Saturday's from 1-6pm or weekdays Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6pm - 8:30pm. Tuition for the class is $250 which includes material fees.

Registration: There is very limited seating for this class so you must register in advance to reserve a seat. Please go to our Meetup group where we maintain our class schedule and registration in the links below.

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