Inside we feature Collin Meyers, owner of Toxicfab.com. Collin always rips up the net with his iPhone images of his immaculate dime drops and more. Follow the click to see this one on one interview with one of the most popular welders on the net today.
Ron is no stranger to the world of motorsports. He knows a thing or 2 about Fabrication owning both a successful drift team and one of the most historic Import Drag teams in history. We recently had a sit down with Ron B. to speak quickly on his thoughts of Fabrication. Sit back and listen. It is great to hear someone speak who isn’t just another critic, but a student of the art. When you love fabrication, you are proud to see it anywhere you can.
Recent conversation has prompted the topic of “Prep is everything” around here at Fabrication Life. This is a rule, a token of wisdom that should help anyone produce higher quality welds and finished products. Seriously, why should the end product of fabrication get all of the attention in the process? We hope this will open our readers minds to the importance of quality prep-work in the grand scheme of fabrication. It is one of the most important moments in the process and one that it often times overlooked – leaving the work much to be desired. Continue reading →
The 1st Fabrication Life Tig’d Up Tuesday review of 2014 is a good one! This week we had tons of submissions and quite a few posted. As always, we ask you to review through these and tell us your favorites, as well as generously share the post. We want to keep this coming to you and have some exclusive features also coming from Fabrication Life starting this week as well.
Tig’d Up Tuesday submission – Alex G
“Waste Gate flange from a Mustang turbo manifold.”