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PWL#070B - Resources on Welding Forums, Associations, Societies, Online-help, Professional Advice
June 15, 2009
PWL#070B - Resources on Welding Forums, Associations, Societies, Online-help, Professional Advice, Discussion, Standards Interpretation, Code Issues and more...
Although the whole Welding Advisers Website is dedicated to provide information and practical instructions on a vast range of welding related subjects, this is the first time that a page was written here for providing the necessary contacts to Welding Forums.
Certain questions can be answered quite professionally in suitable forums, if expert professionals are ready to share from their knowledge with the public at large.
Readers looking for specific questions are invited to browse my page on Frequently Asked Questions, where a lot of questions are answered.
Furthermore readers may find rich lists of Downloadable Documents in two Compilations of resources that are practically an Encyclopedia Online in two Volumes.
Volume 1 on Materials, and Volume 2 on Metals Welding. See details in the page on Metals Knowledge.
Please find here our new Mid Month Bulletin that we offer with the purpose of providing useful online information easily accessible to our readers, either now or at some later date.
Therefore may we suggest that you save or bookmark this page for your future reference.
No claims of completeness as to available welding forums are advanced. Readers willing to suggest additional forums that they know and peruse successfully, can send a note by e-mail, using the Contact Us form.
The addresses reported hereafter were live and correct at the time of their publication. There is no guarantee that they will always be so, because they are administered by the sources themselves and are under their control.
Note: References to articles or other documents are given here in one of two forms. If the links are "live" (usually underlined or otherwise highlighted) they are operated with a click of the mouse.
If they are URL's (Uniform Resource Locator), which is the analogue of an address, they begin with "http://..." or "www.". These are not live and must be copied and pasted entirely into the browser (after having selected them with the mouse or otherwise). If they are long they may be displayed in two or more lines. In that case one has to care that the URL be copied completely in a single line without any space, and Enter.
If the information is important to you, you may save the selected pages in a suitable folder on your Computer for easy reference.
American Welding Society Online Forum
Welding, Bonding & Fastener Engineering Forum
AWS (welding) Code Issues Forum - Eng-Tips
WeldingWeb™ - Welding forum for pros and enthusiasts
Hobart - Weld Talk Message Boards
Miller Welding Discussion Forums
Google Group on Welding
Google Groups - Materials & Welding
Google Groups - sci.engr.joining.welding
Welding and Metalworking
MIG Welding Forum
indeed - pipeline welding forum
Shop Floor Talk - Welding and Metalworking Forums
Welding/Fab General Discussion
Using Tools and Welding
Welding.com - Forum
General Welding Discussion
Welder World Welding Forum
Welding and Fabrication
AutomotiveHelper.com Message Archive > Fabrication & Tools > Metal Shaping and Welding
'Welding'183 Metacafe Videos
Welding and Metals Joining Resources
What filler for tack-welding pickups?
The Hendrix Group Discussion Forum
Links to the Mid Month Bulletin Pages are listed in the regularly updated page on Welding Resources (Opens a new Window).
We urge our readers to Bookmark this page or to subscribe to our Welding Site Blog by clicking on the orange buttons under the NavBar in each Website page.(www.welding-advisers.com)
If you think that this page might be useful, you are invited to forward it to a Friend.
If you want to contribute from your thoughts and experience visit our new page reachable by clicking on Welding Talk and typing or copying directly in the form.
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