New Web Site Offers Welding Advice

Nov. 17, 2005

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. (www.millerwelds.com) launched an informational Web site to provide welding advice to manufacturers, fabricators, and construction firms. The site aims to identify and solve welding-related business

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. (www.millerwelds.com) launched an informational Web site to provide welding advice to manufacturers, fabricators, and construction firms. The site aims to identify and solve welding-related business issues, such as welding costs, productivity and operator efficiency, and justifying new equipment acquisitions.

The Web site provides technical articles, a web log, and case studies on welding applications. Some topics covered include:
• Would different technology reduce the number of hours necessary to grind spatter or fix welds?
• Is there a way to eliminate reworking welds?
• How does one justify acquiring new equipment?

Miller believes the Web site will be a valuable resource for those involved in welding-related industries. The site will be updated with new information on a regular basis. Welding experts will contribute articles of interest to the Web log.

To view the new Web site, visit www.millerwelds.com/results.

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