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    Charlie Houston

    • 10/18/2017
    • TWS Houston

    These are my welds from 101. I love looking back at them and seeing where I came from. They were pretty good, but now I’m much better thanks to TWS.

    Cervando Hinojos

    • 10/18/2017
    • TWS Houston

    I have learned a lot of good stuff thanks to all my instructors. Best choice I have ever made coming to this school.

    Daumon Johnson

    • 10/18/2017
    • TWS Houston

    I have learned alot more about welding then what i did know from attending TWS. Great school

    Thomas Ellison

    • 10/17/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    This aluminum weld was for me to get in the finish welding side of Diamond Back Airboats, it was what I wanted because it’s the welds that everyone gets to see when they look at their boat. I wanted my work to be noticed so I sat down everyday and practiced through my lunch break, I got my consistency down finally and was promoted to tig welding alot of the finish welds on the boats.

    Mike Quinones

    • 10/13/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I am proud to be a TWS alumni!
    Learning to weld has open so many opportunities for me. From welding Coast Guard First Response cutters to custom roll cages for Hybrid Racing new Acura RSX track car. Thank you Tulsa welding for giving me the tools and knowledge of welding to provide me, to find stable career for my family and I.

    Joseph Farmer

    • 10/12/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    Over the years I have always tried to push myself to weld hotter and hotter, and it was a struggle slowly graduating myself to a hotter hear class, but as of now I currently cap carbon pipe with Tig around 230 amps and stainless around 110

    Dakota Dearing

    • 10/12/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    Probably most proud when I passed the bend test. I learned that I can do anything I set my mind to. The most challenging part was probably the drip root

    Catlyn Todd

    • 10/10/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I have multiple favorites this is one, love trying to make a weld more consistent than the last. Truely a passion

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    Josh Cooke

    • 10/11/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    Welding 9chrome

    Nathan Carolan

    • 10/10/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I love that I was taught TIG welding! It’s my favorite type of welding. When ever I I have the chance to TIG i do it.

    Bobby Barker

    • 10/10/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    This was my first AWS GMAW structural test a continuous stop and start ever 4 inches. My tie ins are what I’m most proud of its what I struggled with the most while in TWS Jacksonville. I have TWS to thank for the tools they gave me to be able to do what I love.

    Miguel Fonseca

    • 10/10/2017
    • TWS Houston

    i am most proud of my mom for being there for me even when money was low, we always made it to school.

    Arturo Montelongo

    • 10/9/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    So far it’s been a two weeks coming to it’s been fun! I’m excited to finish and get out and work

    Benjamin Heidleberg

    • 10/6/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    I’m most proud of not letting life get the best of me and re-enrolling and finishing what I started. I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for TWO!

    Cory Laney

    • 10/6/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I came in barely knowing how to weld, and you guys helped me a lot cause I’m in a different state with a welding job that you guys hooked me up with.

    Courtney Moser

    • 10/6/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I won first place at skills USA for the welding sculptures in 2016 with this peacock! Mig, Tig, and stick welding all in this sculpture!

    Jacob Baird

    • 10/5/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    The high low off set on this open root exceeded and 1/8 inch or more. The o.d of the stainless fitting is almost the i.d of the carbon elbow. The drip root I learned helped me tremendously. I’m welding in randlemen North Carolina for powerfab. Proud tws grad.

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    Logan Ratliff

    • 10/5/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    This weld wasn’t very hard at all the hardest part was climbing through the pipes to get to this one. The hardest part was trying to hold the grinder and myself up at the same time.

    Dakota Blackwell

    • 10/5/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    Just another day in paradise!

    Dylan Jackson

    • 10/5/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I would have to say I am most proud of the skills I obtained from attending TWS.

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    Greg Hager

    • 10/5/2017

    The shirt says it all….

    Jae Masters

    • 10/4/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    I dont take pictures of welds but im proud to have been able to attend the international welding contest for the pipe trades representing UA Local 9! TWS laid the foundations for my skills and to be admitted into Local 9 and further my ability with the help of my teachers. I always speak highly of the education and all around good times had during my time at TWS and hope everyone can have the success ive acquired with TWS as a start.

    Ronnie Barlow

    • 10/4/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    I’m most proud of have great instructors like rick Zoey an Eddie I have learned so much an deeply greatful for what tulsa welding school has givin me

    Jerry Guffey

    • 10/4/2017

    It had been 8 years since I had even picked up a tig rig,glad the muscle memory was still there.

    Daniel Rocha

    • 10/4/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I am most proud of my 7018 overpass weld .It wasn’t really a challenge for me. I’ve learned that you have to keep cooling the plate due to it getting to hot.