Welding Journal

Welding Journal

The authority in metal fabrication for 90+ years

Welding JournalThe Welding Journal has been published continually since 1922 — an unmatched link to all issues and advancements concerning metal fabrication and construction.

Each month the Welding Journal delivers news of the welding and metal fabricating industry. Stay informed on the latest products, trends, technology and events via in-depth articles, full-color photos and illustrations, and timely, cost-saving advice. Also featured are articles and supplements on related activities, such as testing and inspection, maintenance and repair, design, training, personal safety, and brazing and soldering.

The Welding Journal has earned more than 60 editorial and design awards, including multiple Charlie Awards from the Florida Magazine Association (FMA), and Tabbie Awards from the Trade Association Business Publications International (TABPI).

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For article and editorial submissions to be featured in the Welding Journal, please contact Mary Ruth Johnsen: mjohnsen@aws.org

Authors submitting feature articles to the Welding Journal should review the Author Guidelines


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