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Month: March 2015

Customer Success Story: Berges Trenton Awning

By weldmaster | March 23, 2015

                  Berges Trenton Awning might be an old company, but they’re not an old hat. Remaining current in their knowledge and innovations, but holding onto the past is what makes this company a great one to work with. Berges Trenton Awning opened its doors in 1927, and since […]

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Considering the variety of welding processes and equipment available, selecting the right combination for your operation can be a difficult decision. Matching the best process and handheld tools or fabric welding machines can be the difference between a profit and a loss. Not only does selecting the right equipment improve the likelihood of profit, but […]

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Why PVC is the Best Fabric for Tent Welding

By weldmaster | March 09, 2015

Tents used to be simple. They were all made of canvas, a 100% cotton fabric. Cotton might be the best fabric to keep you cool on hot days and warm on the cold ones, but cotton tents are no longer the stars when compared to those made with lighter, more modern fabrics. Many tents, namely […]

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How have signs and banners been used in the past and what were they made of? What are they being made of now, and what will they be made of in the future? To begin answering these questions, we could start with a discussion of cave paintings, but a more interesting place to start is […]


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