Roy Crumrine (@crummywelding) has set himself apart as one of the most exquisite welders in the world, with the experience and the capability to hold tight tolerances, executing very intricate welds. Being a true perfectionist, Roy has the knowledge and experience to help you achieve real excellence in the welding trade.
I thought it would be fun to share some of the things I do at my day job. These upcoming videos will show some of the daily tools I use and how I use them. My goal is to recreate repair scenarios and show you what to expect. Hope these can help.
I spent the day of July 4 working on the garage. Have been wanting to raise this bench so that I could use the space underneath more efficiently. Thought I would take you along for this update in the shop.
Can you believe there’s 100 FMF episodes!? I can’t! This week I talk about a question that I get ask quite often and try to put to rest some questions that may have a been thought of about the WT&T Podcast. Also have an idea I’d like to try!
This week’s Five Minute Friday is answering a question about Inspectors. The good, bad and the ugly. Not all inspectors are the same but not all inspectors are bad. Here’s how I deal with them. Hope it helps and have a great weekend.
Roy Crumrine - Spot the DIfference (3 ways to tell)
Can you tell the difference between 4043 and 5356 filler if the stamps or flags are gone? Here are 3 simple ways to tell and a story of is it really the right filler. Keep these in your mental toolbox. Could save your behind one day!
I wanted to continue the conversation about truncating your tungsten and see how it affects different joints. I chose a lap joint and let’s see how it goes. Same four point options as the butt weld but this time things go a little different. Enjoy!
Have you ever wondered how lunging your tungsten would affect the puddle? I’ve wondered so in this video I ran 4 welds with 4 different tungsten’s that had different levels of blunting. Let’s see the results. Will you try it too? Comment below! Enjoy!
Roy Crumrine - FMF EP93 "BTS Starting a Side Hustle"
This week’s FMF is answering an email asking about tips to starting a side business. I thought it might be fun to talk about a few of the BTS things you may not think are important but they really are crucial for a business success.
This week I wanted to talk a little about the Harbor Freight Cylinder job I had this past weekend. Got a lot of the same questions on Instagram so thought it might help to answer them here! Have a great weekend!
Hey everyone, thought I would do a quick shop update to let you know what I’ve been up to, what problems I’ve had and what I’ve been trying to work on. The new shop has been really nice, but has had a lot of surprises along the way.