The relatively new technology of Pulse Arc Welding has opened up doors for me into new processes and materials. Stainless steel (an alloy of iron, chromium and nickel) is lightweight and strong, ideal for building large and complex structures that really make a statement. Pulse Arc Welding allows me to weld--fuse or melt-- stainless (and other metals) together at temperatures upwards of 2500 degrees fahrenheit while I hold each tiny piece of rod or wire in my fingers. No solder or torch is used on any of this work. Here's an assortment of stainless steel jewelry pieces. I'll add to the collection as I dive deeper down the stainless rabbit hole.