I operate a "part time" welding outfit. I have never posted claiming to be an expert. I do have a clue what it takes to provide all the $$$ since I am doing it. I do not consider myself a a "phoney" because I make my money with a stinger in my hand all day monday to friday just not for my own business I am just starting out and it would be irresponsible to my family to quit my day job right now since my business is not yet big enough to suport us without worry. But it won't be to long before I will make the leap. I just have to think of my family first.
Maybe I read into this wrong I am very tired from working 2 jobs if I have it wrong I am sorry. And thank you and everyone else who is posting on this thread I am learning alot
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Thread: Labor Pricing HELP
09-21-2008, 08:10 PM #14Member
Hobart Mega Arc 5040DD (with built in air compressor)
- Join Date
- Sep 2008
- Saskatoon, Sask, Canada
MM Passport Plus with Q-gun
sold MM 251
There are only 2 tools needed in a tool box. 1) Duct tape to fix any thing that moves that isn't supposed to. 2) WD40 to fix anything that doesn't move but should.