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- n. a welder who does spot welding
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Yet the off-campus job he'd taken to earn college money, working as a spot-welder in a nearby Studebaker automobile factory, would become his decisive artistic preparation.
In Mexico, a spot-welder makes $2.20 an hour at a plant owned my Whirlpool Corp., a Michigan based company.
We had a workshop with a Myford lathe, (which I bought with the money I earned at my first job), a spot-welder, (made from a transformer wound and set up by ourselves). a reciprocating hack saw made by me, an electric arc welder made from a transformer taken from an old cinematograph projector light source, drill press, long steel bench and all.
Nice girls, Litchfield model, weren't quite so handy with a spot-welder.
At the age of35, Linda Arroz made a major career change: from a working on the assembly line at a General Motors plant as a spot-welder to an image consultant in the corporate and fashion worlds.
First as a spot-welder, then 13 years in a window factory, followed by a stint in a sewer pipe plant that paid $16 an hour.