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I have this 1977 Winnebago Chieftain in my driveway, much like the one in The Walking dead. I ran a few years ago and has been sitting for almost over 10 years now. The body is falling apart and no one wants to buy it. I would like to just take the entire thing apart, inside first then knock the walls down to leave me with the frame and the engine, and i may try to sell it like that, or take off parts i want to keep for later projects and scrap the rest.
What would be the best way to go about doing this?
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Checked the catalog, couldn't find one. Post your workstations, I want to see where you guys do your /diy/ stuff.
Also, I need help setting up a workstation of my own. I want to start working on electronics and soldering but I don't know where to start. I vaguely recall a green sort of mat with a grid on it, but I can't think of anything else I'd need. I'm also going to get a new desk off craigslist, so recommendations there would be helpful too.
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Hey guys. I got my degree in Mechanical Engineering, and while in school, I learned the basics (and I mean basics) of welding. I really, really enjoyed it, and I always wanted to get more into, but never did. I've been teaching for the last couple years, but I've got the welding bug back, and I want to get back into it, possibly even for a career. Does anyone have any experience with welding schools/certification? Or for that matter, have any idea what the job market looks like? I live in TX, and I've worked oil/gas, so I know there's usually a large demand for welders here. I'd really love to do underwater welding, but from what it looks like, most guys started out in the Navy.