In conjunction with the folks at Miller Electric, Rod & Custom is proud to launch its brand-new column, Metal Shop, dedicated to the DIY builders. All too often, our fabrication-related how-to articles don’t provide as much information as some of our readers would like to know regarding the tools and equipment used in the process. That’s all a thing of the past, at least for the next 12 months, as Metal Shop will focus on the equipmenthow it’s used, what the pros and cons are, and what particular product is best for you.

Fabricating and building hot rods and customs from scratch, using your own two hands, is undoubtedly something many readers love to do. And whether you like to admit it or not, a little advice now and then never hurts. With Miller (a company known worldwide for its unbeatable line of welders, plasma cutters, and accessories) now onboard with us on a monthly basis, you’ll be able get an insider’s view of their latest products that are most beneficial for working in garage or home shop environments.

For those of you thinking Metal Shop will be nothing more than regurgitated press releases or excerpts from a Miller catalog, think again. While indeed there will be plenty of input on Miller’s behalf, via photos and information, all the equipment we feature will be used by us, not professionals who probably helped design the product(s) in the first place. And with that hands-on testing you’ll receive feedback and evaluations based on our experience and opinion, not theirs.

SOURCE
Miller Electric
1635 W. Spencer Street
Appleton
WI  54912
920-734-9821
www.millerwelds.com