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Laser Welding

Laser Welding

Unlike “traditional” welding processes, laser welding is a method whereby highly-focused laser light is used to generate a welding arc, rather than electricity or a combination of gasses. Laser welding is a fusion process,...

Welding Information Guides

Welding Information Guides

Modern welding covers the entire welding industry, from hobby welding to industrial welding and everything in between. There are a variety of resources online to help you weld like a pro, improve your skills...

Hobby Welding

Hobby Welding

Welding isn’t just a vocation for industry professionals, it’s also a fun, active hobby for many people. Artists, car mechanics, craftsmen, motorcycle builders, and other hobbyists have found welding to be an exciting and...

Hobart Welding

Hobart Welding

Hobart Welding Products has spent decades (over 9 decades, since 1917, to be exact) designing, testing and manufacturing a full line of welding and cutting products that are industrial quality and easy to use...

ESAB Welding

ESAB Welding

ESAB Welding is a leader in the production of equipment and consumables for nearly every welding and cutting process in use today, both in the US and around the world. In business for more...

Contact Us

Contact Us

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About Us

About Us

At Modern Welding.com, our goal is to provide the latest tips and information for professional and hobby welders of all skill levels. The site includes reviews of top rated welding equipment, protective gear, accessories,...

Welding Videos

Welding Videos

At modern welding, we understand that many people learn better by seeing something done, rather than reading about it. That’s why we plan on providing a host of welding videos in the near future....

Arc Welding

Arc Welding

Arc welding was the first type of electric welding to be invented, back in the 1940s, and it’s still in widespread use today. You’ll find arc welders being used on a daily basis in...

Brazing

Brazing

  Brazing is similar to both welding and soldering, and is a process of fitting two parts together by melting a filler metal between them. This filler metal, brass or another alloy, is heated...