Welding A collection of pictures of welding I’ve performed using MIG or TIG in a variety of materials and positions. Handrails, mild steel. Longest sections are 20′ in length. One of six different staff entrances and emergency exits completed for a shopping mall. Mild steel. 4′ long MIG weld forming part of a watertight hatch aperture. The frames of a half completed boat hull. Outer view of a bow thruster pipe. TIG. Handrail. TIG. Cleat. TIG. Inside view of bow thruster pipe. MIG, triple pass. The pipe joins the hull at a 28° angle. 3G uphill. TIG. Pressure vessel used for relining sewage pipes. Tested at 150psi. TIG. 6G pipe weld, shown is detail of overhead pass. TIG. Video of the above 6G pipe weld. TIG. 45° Overhead weld joining the bow of an aluminum hull. TIG. 6′ long bead, cleaning up mistakes from a welding robot. Single pass, MIG.