march, 2024

16mar9:00 am4:00 pmDemo - Mesa Community College - Ed Brazeal

Event Details

Demonstration: Saturday, March 16, 2024

Workshop: Sunday, March 17, 2024

Welding Technology Building, Mesa Community College, Mesa, AZ

Demonstrator: Ed Brazeal

Ed Brazeal will demonstrate forge welding including welding multiple
pieces together at the same time. He brings a wealth of knowledge and
information on a wide variety of blacksmithing tools and techniques
delivered in a unique teaching style. Learning how to successfully
forge weld will open up a wide range of forging options for your
future projects.

* Registration begins at 8:00 AM, the demonstration starts at 9:00 AM.
* Registration fee: $15 for members, $20 for non-members,
* Tailgating is encouraged.
* Bring things for Iron-In-the-Hat.
NOTE: No folded tickets. Any folded tickets that are drawn will
be thrown away.
* Bring things for Show-and-Tell. Don’t forget to put your name on anything you bring for Show-and-Tell.
* Lunch is on your own. There are several good restaurants in the neighborhood.
* Tailgaters, please consider donating to Iron in the Hat.

* Forge welding
* Sunday, March 17, 2024, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
* The fee for the workshop is $100.
* Contact Richard Rozinski at 602-803-7255 or to register.

President’s Project for March:
The President’s Project for March is a tool. It can be as simple or
complicated as you like. Be prepared to show how it works with your
own props as needed.

Remember Iron in the Hat
Thanks to all of you who have participated in Iron in the Hat. By
purchasing tickets and donating items, you help support AABA events
and projects. Items for donation can be a tool, piece of art,
something you made specifically for iron in the hat, something you
don’t need in your shop, a great book, a t-shirt, a hat … something
an AABA member would enjoy.

Safety glasses are always required in the demonstration area.
Hearing protection, closed-toe shoes, and long clothes of natural
fibers are recommended.

Also, please observe specific safety requirements of our host,
Mesa Community College
Non-synthetic clothing, closed-toe shoes, and eye protection

Directions to the MCC Welding Technology Bldg.,
* I-10 to the Superstition Freeway (US 60).
* East (toward Mesa) on US 60 to Dobson Rd.
* North on Dobson Rd.
* Turn right (east) (almost immediately) on W. Solar Way.
* Follow W. Solar Way around (or through) the South Parking Lot to
Bldg 52, the Welding Technology Bldg., on the S.E. corner of the
South Parking Lot.


(Saturday) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Mesa Community College

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