DIY Welding Plans Now Offers Easy Welding Projects and Plans at No Charge

Easy welding projects are available in free instant downloads.

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DIY Welding Plans now offers plans for easy welding projects in free instant downloads.

(PRWEB) August 13, 2014

DIY Welding is now offering free DIY easy welding project ideas and plans on its website, http://www.diyweldingplans.com. These plans come with detailed instructions that any novice welder can follow to make simple projects.

These easy welding projects are available in free instant downloads from the site. There are plenty of paid plans on the site, as well.

Examples of free DIY welding plans are:

  •     Soap box go kart
  •     DIY garage workbench table
  •     90-Degree jig
  •     Coffee table
  •     Trailer dolly
  •     Welding table
  •     Campfire grill stand
  •     And many more

Following a DIY welding plan is the best way to learn the art of welding

DIY Welding Plans offers step-by-step instructions to many useful and fun projects. Many of the plans offered on the website include instructions on where to purchase supplies, what tools are necessary, and how to modify the project’s plans to fit an individual’s needs.

Welding training videos help beginners learn quickly

DIY Welding Plans also offers a number of welding videos that coordinate or complement the welding plans. Users can search for the type of project they are working on and are presented with a list of videos that will help them with their project.

Anyone can submit plans to DIY Welding Plans

DIY Welding Plans is dedicated to sharing knowledge of new and experienced welders so the welding community as a whole can grow and thrive. Submitted welding plans are reviewed and can be sold or given away at no charge to the public.

Welding plans are particular to the kind of metal being used

Welding plans on DIY Welding Plans are separated into three types: aluminum, mild steel and stainless steel. Mild steel is great for beginners because it is the easiest and cheapest to work with.

For more information, visit http://www.diyweldingplans.com today.


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