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Intro to MIG Welding // Nov 19

  • Intro to MIG Welding // Nov 19

Sunday, November 19th 10a-3:30p (with half hour lunch break)

Metal Inert Gas(MIG) welding is the process of using electricity and argon gas to weld two pieces of metal together. It is the simplest and easiest form of welding, making it accessible for the average person to learn.

This 5 hour workshop will teach you how to use and understand the components of the MIG welding machine. You will learn how to weld steel, how to cut metal on the horizontal and vertical bandsaw and get an overview of the metal fabrication shop and the variety of metalworking tools in it.

Non-Members: $340
Members: $286
Materials Fee: $20

Members use discount code MEMBERS. Membership status will be verified upon purchase.

Sun, December 10th 10a-3:30p

This is open to anyone 18 and up. No welding experience necessary. Please wear hair tied back, closed-toe boots, jeans, and long-sleeved shirts.

Your materials fee pays for steel & gas. We provide safety protection including welding masks, goggles, leather jackets, and gloves.

Class size limited to 6 students. Minimum 4 students. We reserve the right to cancel the class if we do not have a minimum amount of students. If we cancel, we will refund you in full and notify you. You may cancel and get a full refund up to three days before the class. After that, refunds are contingent on us being able to fill your seat. Under no circumstances do we offer refunds to individuals who cancel on the same day.


Scott is the Co-founder and Executive Director of Makerspace NYC.
Scott holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Maryland Institute College of Art as well as an A.A.S. in Graphic Design. He has been a ‘maker’ for over twenty-five years, creating sculptures, furniture, vehicles, and instruments. His 25 years of architectural metalwork experience can be seen in private residences, storefronts, museums, and restaurants all over New York City. Recent clients range from Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and Stella McCartney’s flagship store in Soho, to the Museum of the Chinese in the Americas, and Cartier’s exterior gates and window guards.

Scott has created, guided, and managed the development of industrial fabrication at Makerspace's Staten Island & Brooklyn Army Terminal (BAT) locations. Scott holds proficiencies in a myriad of extensive fabrication tools and techniques that cover the gamut of engineering and application in bringing true products to life.

Futureworks Makerspace
Brooklyn Army Terminal
140 58th St Building B, Unit 1C
Located on the first floor next to Pete's Restaurant

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