I would greatly appreciate a demonstration of the workflow and thought process you go through to break down a complex project.
-which parts do you preassemble?
-what types and angles of joints are more prone to warpage and require more clamps and fixturing?
-what goes into deciding the weld sequence on complex shapes?
-how to maintain dimensions over several planes.
I'm picturing an oddly shaped table top roll cage type demonstration part that has intentionally designed "trip up" points that can be used to show fabrication difficulties you've come across in the past and what you can do to overcome them. Throw the book at it. Round tube, square, flanges, sheet, thick to thin, ect. LOL. It might be a cool idea for a "Weldmonger Challenge" kit. ;)