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Linda
Happy home project!!

Hi. Currently pursuing my bachelor's degree in building science. I've made a Tea table using the tires and metal parts of my old bicycle, actually I've got this idea from a youtube channel. I'm quite impressed with my work, Lol! Then I made a coffee cup hanger for my mom. Honestly, I got an interest in welding. I know welding needs to be done in a proper manner to avoid risks. So now I'm thinking of joining a short-term welding school. I guess which requires only a few hours per day, can get a certification in months. I went to a few institutions here to discuss the expense and all. But now, I'm a little confused about my decision. That is why I'm here today! So far I'm not planning to start a career in welding. I'm only interested in those DIY ideas. So is it a wise decision, to do a welding course? Is it worth giving a try?

JLMCDANIEL
Re: Happy home project!!

Most community colleges offer adut courses that are cheap or inexpensive, including welding, You really don't need to get certified for DIY projects.

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