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Light a Spark Grant Recipient Introduces More Students to the Welding Industry

Learn how Union Mine High School grew its welding program from 30 students to more than 250 students with the Light a Spark Grant.
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UBTech Takes Welding Education to the Next Level With Miller

Learn how one Utah college built a successful welding program by working closely with partners like Miller.
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Texas Students Fund Welding Program With Their Own Work

There is often a year-long waiting list to buy projects completed by welding students at Woodsboro High School. The proceeds from the deer blinds, benches and barbecue pits the students make and sell help fund the welding program.
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Lewis and Clark Community College Opens $4.5 Million Welding Education Center

A donation from a local laborer helped Lewis and Clark Community College build a state-of-the-art facility for welder training.
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Welder Training Solution From Miller Delivers Free Access to Online Customizable Courses

OpenBook™ learning management system offers flexible training — so operations can get welders into production faster.
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New Learning Management System Designed for Welding Instructors

OpenBook™ is a free online software used to plan, offer and assess learning processes — allowing instructors to customize the classroom.
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Texas High School Training the Next Generation of Welders

Mexia High School welding students enjoy hands-on experience with Miller® equipment and training resources.
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Welding Instructor Teams Up with Local Industry to Train Tomorrow's Welders

Partnering with local manufacturer, Henderson Products, Inc., Iowa welding instructor Seth Harms helps his high school and college students build the skills necessary for real-world applications.
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Real-time Feedback Gives Welding Students an Edge

Learn how River Valley High School provides an easier transition from classroom to welding lab with the help of technology.
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Kiewit Looks for New Technologies to Build Welding Workforce

Kiewit, one of the largest construction and engineering companies in North America, tested the AugmentedArc® augmented reality system with its field supervisors as an training option to help recruit new welding operators.
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Welding Education at Lincoln-Way Central Gets Boost from Miller Contest

Teacher Daymon Gast and his high school welding program received new welding technology in the Who’s Building You? contest.
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Garage Bound Owner and Fabricator Michael Brandt Mentors Young Welders

Welding helped Michael Brandt turn his life around. Now the Garage Bound, LLC, owner helps build welding skills in his community.
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Learn How Tulsa Welding School and Blinn College Train New Welders

Take a look inside two different welder training models at Tulsa and Blinn and how they use Miller® welding equipment.
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OpenBook™ FREE Learning Management System for Distance Learning

Learn how one welding instructor is using OpenBook™, a free online learning management system, to help plan, teach, assess and get his students certified, even during distance learning.
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National SkillsUSA Competitor Will Study Welding Technology With Scholarship

Utah welding student Dalton Van won the $5,000 Weld-Mask™ Scholarship Sweepstakes. Learn more about his passion for welding.
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Blinn Students Rely on Dynasty® Welders for Precision TIG

When it’s time for the TIG welding portion of their training, Blinn College students run to the Dynasty welders in their lab.

Texas College Builds a Thriving Welding Degree Program

In just four years, Blinn College grew its new welding program from 23 students the first semester to nearly 140 students.

Top Welding Schools Rely on XMT® Welders for Training

Students at Blinn College and Tulsa Welding School say XMT welders deliver a smooth arc that helps them produce a clean bead.

U.S.’s Largest Welding School Has Career-Focused Approach

A culture of graduation starts day one at Tulsa Welding School’s Houston campus. Look inside the nation’s largest welding program.

School Uses One Compact Machine for Every Welding Process

The welding lab is busy 16 hours a day, so Tulsa Welding School’s Houston campus needs reliable equipment to handle any process.

XMT® Welders Are a Bridge From Lab to Industry for Students

Blinn welding students often need to switch between MIG, TIG and stick in the same class. They rely on versatile XMT welders.

AugmentedArc: the Industry's Most Realistic Welding Simulator System

AugmentedArc Augmented Reality Welding System from Miller is the industry’s most realistic welding simulator system, closely resembling live-arc welding.

Students Train With XMT® Welders Widely Used in Industry

Welding students at Tulsa Welding School’s Houston campus are learning with a machine they’ll find in many industry applications.

LiveArc System Helps Company Recruit, Train Employees to Produce Quality Welds

ALMACO chose to implement LiveArc™ welding performance system into its operations as a training tool.

Custom Equipment Manufacturer Improves Welder Training with LiveArc System

ALMACO implemented Miller’s LiveArc™ welding system to expedite and improve employee training.

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By using LiveArc as an extra hand in the lab, Doug’s students are able to learn the key essentials required to become professional weld operators.

MIG Welder Maintenance Tips

Check out these MIG welder maintenance tips to keep your machine in top shape.

Buying Your First TIG Welder

If you are ready to buy your first TIG welder, then this video is for you! Learn things to consider when purchasing your first TIG welder from Steve Christena, owner of Arc Academy.

Buying Your First MIG Welder

Watch this video to learn more about MIG welding and hear some tips and suggestions on purchasing your first MIG welder.

Welding Basics for Beginners

If you are a new or beginner welder, watch this video to learn about the three most common welding processes — MIG, stick and TIG — including the advantages and disadvantages of each, when it’s best to use each and what material can be used.