Tom Snow from T.J. Snow knows about spot welding guns. Click image to enlargeT.J. Snow Chairman Tom Snow gives us an excellent overview of TECNA's portable spot welding guns.

This is a great look at some of the features you should consider while exploring portable spot welding options, and Mr. Snow’s Appalachian accent instantly made us crave biscuits and red eye gravy.

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