Victor Technologies’ contest looking for talented mechanics students

July 15, 2014

Victor Technologies’ “A Cut Above” student contest encourages student mechanics to further develop their skills.

Victor Technologies 2014 “A Cut Above” student contest is hoping to get student mechanics to use their skills and boost their creativity with a variety of prizes. The contest is open to any secondary or post-secondary school students that are residents of the U.S. and Canada (excluding Quebec). Three beginner students will win $250 through a 500-word essay submitted to the judges, three advanced student teams will compete to win $500 per person on the winning team after submitting a metal fabrication project incorporating oxy-fuel, air-fuel or plasma cutting processes. Not only that, but the schools that the winners attend will receive a prize package of different welding and cutting machinery. October 31, 2014 is the cut-off date for entries.

For more information or to enter, visit Victor Technologies’ website.

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