|“Mr. TIG”™, Wyatt Swaim, is known throughout the world as a leading expert on TIG welding. The author of numerous articles on high technology welding, Wyatt is dedicated to training others to the level of Aerospace TIG Welding. Wyatt conducts advanced training seminars for EAA SportAir Workshops, motorsports teams, and is part of the trackside welding team at the Indianapolis 500. He is a regular TIG Welding instructor at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. Now Wyatt brings his more than 30 years experience directly to you in this comprehensive approx.|
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