Sat, Apr 04 | Hazard Factory LLC

Private Welding Instruction April 4th noon to 4

We offer private instruction to clients that benefit from individual instruction. You can schedule with the instructor from noon to four on Mondays and Fridays. Please let us know what you wish to learn so we can have the correct supplies on hand.
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Private Welding Instruction April 4th noon to 4

Time & Location

Apr 04, 2020, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Hazard Factory LLC, 7800 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

About the Event

Private instruction allows us to ensure that instruction is focused on your specific questions and goals. For example, in four hours we could introduce you to MIG, TIG, and Stick welding so that you understand the application of each, or we could set up a session demonstrating the conventional means of cutting and shaping in a metalworking environment, Plasma, oxy-fuel, abrasives, saws, shears and machine tools. We can work with you to meet your specific goals. 

We can also supervise your work on a project in private instruction.

We can teach any of the subjects that we offer in a private instruction session. These include MIG (GMAW and FCAW), TIG (GTAW)  Stick (arc or SMAW) Oxy-fuel cutting and welding, Brazing, Metal casting, Fabrication, Grinding, Aluminum MIG welding, Aluminum TIG welding, the basics of machining on a mill and lathe, plasma cutting and cnc plasma cutting and other welding and metalworking subjects.

Private instruction include scrap materials and all equipment and consumables required.

We charge $280 for four hours of Private instruction, we have a 4 hour minimum 

We can accommodate additional clients in a private instruction at an additional $160 per person/per hour

The general idea is that private instruction allows us to teach you exactly what you want to learn, schedule with you conveniently. and help you with a project if that is your goal. 

WHAT TO BRING:

Bring a full water bottle, snacks (if you like), and a lunch for longer classes.

We provide all gear needed for welding, includes gloves and a welding helmet.

Dress as if you were outside. Wear long sleeves and pants that you don’t mind getting dirty. 

Clothing should be composed of natural fibers (cotton, wool, etc). Synthetic materials (nylon) have the potential to melt in dangerous ways.

We ask that you wear shop appropriate shoes that have solid cotton or leather uppers. Work boots are preferred, but sneakers without nylon/synthetic tops are fine. 

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  • Private Instruction for One
    $280
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  • Private Instruction for Two
    $440
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  • Private Instruction for Three
    $600
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  • Private Instruction for Four
    $760
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