Ben Busick, South Lyon
I like cars and I like welding. I hope to go into
auto fabrication after I graduate, maybe working on prototypes
or after market stuff. I recently won first place in the regional
welding contest that WCC participates in every year. Good welding
takes skill and patience. Knowing the material and using the correct temperature is
important. It takes a lot of practice and asking a lot of questions to keep getting better at it.
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