Oxyacetylene Welding 2018 2-Day Class
October 20 @ 9:00 am - October 21 @ 4:30 pm$100
Instructors: Myron Hanson/Bill Krawczeski/Dick Carlson/Bob Brown
Class size: Maximum students: 10 Minimum students: 8
New to gas welding? Just want to brush up your basic skills? Myron, Bill, and Dick have taught this class for several years, focusing on safety and hands-on learning. Students will be working at individual stations on a shared workbench, with equipment and stock provided. If time permits, bonus demonstrations by Bill and Myron will show advanced techniques and uses of the oxyacetylene torch.
Safety gear for sparks and melted/hot metal: common safety garb (leather footwear and cotton, leather, or wool clothing—no cuffs or frayed edges) plus eye protection with a #5 lens: goggles or glasses will work but a face shield with the #5 lens is highly recommended. If you wear corrective lenses, bring those, too. Cloth cap is optional, gloves are recommended.
Tools and Equipment or other items participants are to bring to the class: All supplied, though students may bring their own torch if they’d like.
Lunch Arrangements: students bring their lunch
To register, send a check written to “The Guild of Metalsmiths” and mail, along with your contact information, to:
17645 Baugh St NW
Ramsey, MN 55303
Acceptance will be in the order sent, based on the postmark, and each person will be notified individually.
Questions? Call (612) 741-9292 or email email@example.com