Weld.com: When did you know you wanted to be a welder?
@rollingbombfab: I never really put much thought into becoming a welder until a representative from a welding school came to our high school. It sounded good since the little experience I had with welding I enjoyed.
Weld.com: Do you have any formal training in welding or fabrication?
Weld.com: What type of work do you do in your day to day activities?
@rollingbombfab: I'm mostly an aluminum MIG and TIG guy. Some stainless MIG and TIG and steel hard wire.
Weld.com: What's the best and worst part about your job?
@rollingbombfab: The best part of my job is being in the town I grew up in close to home working in a small shop environment with a bunch of guys you get to know like family. Sleeping in my own bed every night is a great thing to me. The worst part is you're not gonna get rich working in a job shop, but you can be comfortable so it's hard for me to really say that's a downside.
Weld.com: What advice do you have for high school students or anyone looking to enter into a welding career?
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