Be A Maker
Arc Academy is a welding/fabrication school and makerspace. No certifications. No previous experience required. We put the knowledge, access, and equipment in your hands.
$100 — MIG 1
$100 — MIG 2
$175 — MIG 1 & 2 BUNDLE (SAVE $25)
$120 — TIG 1
$120 — TIG 2
$210 — TIG 1 & 2 BUNDLE (SAVE $30)
$540 — FAB 101 - TABLEMAKING
$100 — SMAW (STICK)
Buy a Arc Academy gift card for family and friends to apply towards classes or open shop time at Arc Academy.
$175 — UNLIMITED monthly access
$20/hr — Open Shop access*
*must have taken MIG 1 & 2 classes or pass a supervised weld test.
pre-pay for class
Pre-purchase a class(es) for yourself or for family and friends.
Learn how to weld at Arc Academy. Check out our class listings below for more information and schedules.
11am – 1:00pm, 7pm - 9pm
11am – 1:00pm
In this class you learn the basics of the electrode arc welding process. After developing basic metal inert gas welding knowledge you will cut, grind and learn basic welding technique.
11am – 1pm
3pm – 5pm
MIG 2 continues to develop welding techniques for all of the basic weld joints while focusing on filet welds. In addition, you will learn how to cut with a plasma torch and prep metal to be welded.
learn the basics of Tungsten Inert Gas welding (TIG). Development of limb independence and torch control. Gaining a better understanding of the elements of welding in order to control them as you move through the weld zone with the TIG torch.
Have you heard of “stack of dimes”? That was originated in TIG welding. In this class you will learn how to identify a good TIG weld and develop arc control technique.
fab 101 - tablemaking
This course includes Five classes, each with a three hour duration
Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), informally known as stick welding, is a manual arc welding process that uses a consumable electrode covered with a flux to lay the weld.
Fab 105 -
This course includes three classes, each with a three hour duration. This is the extension of MIG 1 and 2 and is only availbe to those that have completed those two classes.
To be eligible, you must have taken MIG 1 & 2 classes or pass a supervised weld test.
Classes to get you started.
Space to create.