Start Your Welding Business With These Tools!

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Start your welding business with these tools! Today we are going to talk about the tools you need to start your first welding business. In addition to the physical tools, like a welding machine and hand tools, we will also discuss the assets you can use in your area to help you set up your business and find your first customers.

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Weld.com says:

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Jay Goodwin says:

Does the app accommodate imperial users?

Frank says:

Temp sticks are good to have on hand

Agnus Dei says:

I suggest that the levels and squares be the magnetic type.

I also agree that you do not allow anyone borrow your tools. I've seen far too many "tradesmen" use a screwdriver for a pry bar and almost any other tool used as a hammer.

Regarding licenses, registrations, insurance, Workers Comp, etc.

I suggest that you make copies of all of these documents and place them in a small binder. When you approach a potential client, you can show them all of your documents proving that you are a legal and legitimate business and not some fly by night outfit.

I would go so far as to advice a potential client that they demand to see such documents from all contractors that they may hire. Any contractor who fails to produce these documents may not be legit nor trustworthy.

Philosophical Tool says:

Only a little off topic, so I'm just putting it here, because I think some of you might love this.
It's about electrical arcing.
On a size you never imagined, but when you see the evidence, you can't unsee it.

"The Lightning Scarred Planet Mars"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRV1e5_tB6Y

John Balazek says:

Good thing about grinder cuts I they don't bleed much.

AXNJXN1 says:

EXXXXCellent advice!!

Raymond Verheeck says:

Magnetic squares

fred blair says:

What size generator

Fili's LawnCare says:

Do I need to be a certified welder to start my business?

DonkeyStonky says:

Great point about the welding arc causing skin cancer, UV-C is no joke and people should take it more seriously

Insanata says:

must haves are magnets of multiple sizes
3 steel rulers
straight edge
chisels
and a soft blow hammer
scribe
engineer squares multible sizes
tape measurer
chipping hammer
mag torches
anti spatter
wire cutters

Luc LeBlanc says:

Gotta have magnets they're a life saver

XbenXwilsonX Highlights says:

I weld farm machinery and I a good tool belt that holds your chalk, ruler pliars ect is super helpful. My chalk would fall out of my pocket 100 times a day and dragging pliars from your pocket with welding gloves on is no fun.

Will Risher says:

Thank you for the video, very good information

Ways of Warriors Tv says:

Hi you doing

Chris Parsons says:

Bought a Hobart champion 145, paid for itself for job! Great videos!

Adan A. Arriaza S. says:

Thank you for the good information your sharing and yes I am starting welding school in the next few days and definitely I will be needing all of that legal information, I was working as a car sales man I am changing careers, how much do you need to charge per hour job or by the job that is also another issue I always think about it I don’t know how much to charge if you’re a certified and insured welder and have your business! It’s very helpful all your inside I will keep watching your videos with more updates and this very useful legal information your sharing thanks a lot and stay safe. Adam and Marcie from San Francisco California SFO

Noorul Ameen says:

Excellent demo done by Your well Effective showing how to begine a
Self–Dependent job 2wards prosperity.Regard to sir

Charlie Smith says:

whats best disc to have on hand to clean and prep old and newmetal for welding

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