If you take a look at the kind of fence line bunks we supply and the craftsmanship and dedication in detail that goes into each one, you’re more than likely going to get a good idea that welding has a rich history. It’s obvious from the work that we do that each product we produce comes from a long line of people that have perfected the craft before us.
There are a few notable dates on this timeline we’d like to share with you so you can have a good idea that the wonderful welding projects we accomplish have a rich history behind them.
The president of the United States at the time, Woodrow Wilson, established The United States Wartime Welding Committee of the Emergency Fleet Corporation. Like the name suggests, it gave those early welders a chance to feel patriotic by contributing to the war effort.
Around the same time there were other advances in welding which led to the modern seamless methods we use to put together fence line bunks that are durable and economical at the same time. For example, alternating current was used for the first time in 1919 but surprisingly enough didn’t catch on as a common method to use for welding until the 1930s.
The roaring twenties saw some interesting developments as far as welding was concerned not the least of which was a monoplane fuselage that was welded together for American billionaire Charles Lindbergh.
There were developments in other countries which would soon lead to problems for America and the rest of the world. Specifically, resistance welding machines were being developed in the Soviet Union at the time and these are predecessors of the modern technique that still used today.
In the modern world, Bernie Lublinkhof Welding understands the importance of getting the job done right in a durable and affordable manner. It doesn’t matter what kind of welding job you need done, we have the resources and expertise to handle both large and small projects.
Fence line bunks are just one of the items that we can professionally manufacture for you. Why not spend a few minutes on our new website so you can see pictures of what we have been able to accomplish for other clients in your area? Why not email us or call today so that you can get a quote?