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Lincoln Electric Is Sponsor For New American Chopper Show

September 5th, 2010

We have been carrying Lincoln Electric welders for many years now, and everybody who knows anything about welders knows that Lincoln is one of the premier names in the welding industry. They have top quality components, the best features, a huge selection of models, and many different types of welders, including Mig Welders, Arc Welders, Tig Welders and Plasma Cutters.

TLC’s new show, American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior, which stars Paul Teutul Jr. of Paul Jr. Designs, will feature Lincoln welders. Lincoln Electric issponsor and exclusive welding partner of the new custom chopper shop of Paul Jr. (formerly of Orange County Choppers). They will be stocking the 7200 square foot shop in Newburgh, NY with brand new top-of-the-line welding equipment.

Plus, Lincoln Electric just launched a new website dedicated to Paul Jr. Designs – lecosponsors.squarespace.com. The site will have weekly updates on the Lincoln/Paul Jr. Designs partnership, the new show and other related news.

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Mig Welders by Lincoln Electric

May 18th, 2010

There is no disputing that a top name in the welding industry is Lincoln Electric. These guys are one of the premier names in the industry. They were actually founded in the 19th century. How many companies can claim that? And the beauty of it is that they still manufacture many items here in the USA. This is getting more and more scarce these days. They have state of the art manufacturing facilities and are one of the most reliable and innovative manufacturers that we carry. They also have service centers nationwide. A comforting thought to customers who have grown used to the unfortunate rise of the modern “throw-away” mentality of most companies today. You may also be interested to know that they even have some welding robots strategically placed in the new Iron Man 2 Movie.
While we don’t carry any welding robots, we do carry a wide variety of their Mig Welders. They have models ranging from small, lightweight 115 amp wire feed models for light duty work, all the way up to the heavy duty 255 amp model for thicker material. You can weld aluminum with the optional spool gun and with all the models packed with features, there’s virtually no job that you won’t be able to handle. We will cover more details in future posts about specific models and their features, so keep an eye out.

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