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Re: A Crash-Course on 7018 Vertical Up

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JD Seller

04-13-2013 17:55:54

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Lance good video!!! Are you sure you want to be a welder?? Maybe a video producer would work too. LOL. A better chance in meeting the ladies. Not too many lady welders out there.

Still wanting to head to warmer climate when you get out of school??? If you keep collecting "toys" tools you will need a semi trailer to move with. LMAO

Have a good day young man.

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Stick welding

04-13-2013 20:29:53

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 Re: A Crash-Course on 7018 Vertical Up in reply to JD Seller, 04-13-2013 17:55:54  
There's getting to be more female welders. I read an article awhile ago about women welders and it said they were very good at TIG because they have steadier hands than men. I believe that's also the reason they had women assembling delicate parts in aircraft for W.W. II.

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04-15-2013 06:56:28

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 Re: A Crash-Course on 7018 Vertical Up in reply to Stick welding, 04-13-2013 20:29:53  
Well, THAT plus the fact that the men who weren't classified 4-F were being drafted to fight.

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Stick welding

04-15-2013 15:54:18

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 Re: A Crash-Course on 7018 Vertical Up in reply to Buzzman72, 04-15-2013 06:56:28  
They still had some skilled men in the factories for war production.

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04-15-2013 16:48:34

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 Re: A Crash-Course on 7018 Vertical Up in reply to Stick welding, 04-15-2013 15:54:18  
Just the non-draft-age men. If you were draft-able, you served in the military.

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