Having spent more than 35 years teaching the agricultural fraternity to weld, Derbyshire farmer Richard Archer knows a thing or to about joining bits of metal together. His welding career started in the mid-1970s, patching up equipment on the family dairy farm. That led him to train for a further two years to obtain City and Guilds welding qualifications, before starting to teach other people the craft in 1980. See Richard Archer’s other workshop tips: A guide to oxy acetylene […]