Welcome to Welders Without Borders Podcast: New Year. New Beginnings. Episode:0001-2019
02/2020 Another installment in our leadership in education interview series where we discuss with students and leaders how the community college experience continues to define the technical education degree pathway. Arizona Western College continues to demonstrate that when a college serves its local community, it becomes an active contributor to t…
Some sound advice to high school students and parents about choosing a CTE program while in high school.
A fun interview at Texas Roadhouse after a long day of travel and making a presentation at a nearby community college.
Interview with Eric Shippen Area Sales Manager for FRONIUS at the 2021 WWB Welding Thunder at West-MEC Buckeye Arizona 11/20/2021
Interview with METABO West Coast End User Specialist Jeff Horton and Austin Horton Sales Representative at WWB Welding Thunder 2021
Updating with UA LU#469 Journeyman Welder Trisha Haswood at the 2021 WWB Welding Thunder Team Fabrication event.
Interview about this years WWB Welding Thunder 2021 at West-MEC
Interview with Regg from CAID Inc about this years Welding Thunder event
Welders Without Borders founder Professor Samuel Colton shares some important thoughts and comments as he prepares to attend this weeks event at West-MEC in Buckeye Arizona November 19th & 20th. 👍😎🇺🇸🙏
Great discussion on the value of membership in the American Welding Society, networking with the MagneGas team and a visit to “Weld Like a Girl” in Yuma Arizona
Message of hope and resolve as we enter year two of a global pandemic. A few WPS bout the uncertainty of the welding workforce’s future, down turn in the energy sector and the new US administration and President.
A discussion about the importance of establishing welder training programs expected student learning outcomes (W-PSLO’s). W-PSLO’s determine the type of instruction when centered around the use of the appropriate welding standards or code. The program and student learning outcomes are then aligned within the programs construct. Ask the question: Di…
A fun and light hearted discussion about fulfilling your wish to become a welder or at least learn to weld.
What is the difference between a qualified welder vs. a certified welder? A few thoughts on both.
A conversation about job security in today’s “new normal” by having skills. Key word”Mechatronics”
Discussing some of the evolution in GTAW power sources and some things to keep in mind when you go to purchase one. A big shout out to East Coast Repair and Fabrication, and congratulations on the very successful tenth annual Virginia Beach Flounder fishing tournament to raise funds for the local Boys and Girls Clubs.…
GTAW Electrode classification using the AWS classification system. Shout out to all the welders in Brazil.
GTAW Electrode selection and preparation. Right electrode for the materials being welded. Shout out to all the team at Corona Optique in Yuma Arizona.
MagneGas demo day in Phoenix Arizona June 23rd 2020 with Professor COLTON, and a small number of Arizona CTE and Ag Science teachers who along with others came to learn about MagneGas and experience it first hand in an open industrial warehouse environment. Very professional group of enthusiastic participants who of course were practicing COVID-19 …
A few words of assurance amid this public health crisis and global pandemic.
Another podcast episode where we discuss the importance of the three critical components of any welding operation. Materials, machines, and men/women. All three must work in harmony to achieve quality outcomes.
Another in our series of podcast the “Mystery of Metals” about Hard Facing applications. Big shout out to Phoenix Welding for all the excellent service they provide to the welding community.
Another in a series on the “Mystery of Metals “ where we discuss mechanical properties of metals. Shout out to the striking union workforce at the ASARCO Rey Mine Groupo Mexico.
01/2020. Updating our listeners about the 2020 WWB:Welding Thunder competition November 13th & 14th. New format. This year’s theme is “Bend or Break”.
Welding metals requires understanding of the physical properties and how metal composition behaves during welding. Learn what constitutes a metals physical property.
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Introduction to a series of discussions about "Metallurgy" and understanding of metals is fundamental to welding success.
Safety in the use of bonded abrasives is critical to a successful welding or plasma cutting operation. Are you taking precautions? Let's talk.
Safety checking your welding equipment is a lot like safety checks on your car. There's a lot riding on both.
Having PPE is only part of the safety requirements for welding. PPE is only of value if you wear it!
Safety is about your self perception, self-esteem, and attitudes towards others
New beginnings is always part of the start of a new year. Start yours as a "Welder Without Borders".