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    i'm looking for a project book for a beginner weldor. something with simple, easy to do and fun projects for around the home. also any internet web sites that would have the same. thanks

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    project books

    first...

    this site has some excellent projects... look through the past messages..and if you don't see it... post a question... these guys can tell you how to build anything !!! and usually have pictures for it...

    websites try....

    www.metalworking.com
    http://pw1.netcom.com/~dwelding/projects.htm
    http://metalshapers.org/
    http://w3.uwyo.edu/~metal/
    http://www.members.accessus.net/~dwentz/metalworking/
    http://www.angelfire.com/ks/mcguirk/mwlinks.html


    as for books... check out this site...

    http://www.okdpm.com/


    you can also check in the bookstores for welding books... lots of them have projects in the back...

    two or three are

    Welders Handbook (HP BOOKS) by Tom Monroe and Richard Finch

    Racers Guide to Fabricating Shop Equipment by John Block (Steve Smith Autosport publication)

    Welding Projects by James Ruck (Goodheart-Wilcox Publications)

    most are around 12-15 bucks and have some excellent stuff to try building... found all mine at Books a Million and Barnes and Noble.

    also do a google or yahoo search on Metal Working..lots of sites have resource pages that can help you find projects...

    that should get you started...

    hope that helps

    john
    My "project truck" has turned into 'garage art' !!!

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    • #3
      The Lincoln Foundation has 2 projects books full of ideas. Prices are very reasonable.

      https://ssl.lincolnelectric.com/foundation/

      Good luck,
      Brent

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      • #4
        lincoln books

        thanks Brent

        I ordered three books !!!!

        john
        My "project truck" has turned into 'garage art' !!!

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        • #5
          Your welcome jniolon, glad to be of some help. Be sure and keep us posted on any projects. Always interested to see everyone's ideas and creativity.

          Brent

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