PRLog - Oct. 11, 2012 - MIAMI -- Miami, USA (October 12th, 2012) – WEX Latina, leader distributor of technical publications, adds Jerry Utrrachi’s Advanced Automotive Welding publication to its catalog. American Welding Society 2007 President Jerry Uttrachi is a welding expert and he reveals all major welding processes and techniques, so you can repair and fabricate using advanced materials and complete complex projects. TIG, MIG, oxy-acetylene, and stick welding techniques are illustrated for a wide range of automotive applications.
Advanced Automotive Welding
An impressive review was written by the editors of Hemmings from, Motor News, a prestigious car news magazine::
“Welding is a hot topic in the hobby these days. For less than $500 a do-it-yourselfer can purchase a good quality welder and start laying beads or zapping in spot welds.
This kind of accessibility to a once specialized skill is excellent for the hobby, and we encourage everyone with an interest to learn to weld. Just as important as buying the gear, however, is getting versed in the many different processes, techniques and materials used in all types of welding. A class at a local welding school or a community college is a good place to start, as is the purchase of a book like Advanced Automotive Welding, part of Car Tech’s SA Design series. “
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WEX Latina is a leading organization based in Latin America that is founded on innovation and the continued growth of commercial and industrial solutions in welding. As a welding forum for professionals, manufacturers and suppliers, WEX Latina is a premier resource guiding accepted practices in the welding industry and supports welding education working on behalf of the American Welding Society. From products to best practices, the organization’
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