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Are you doing so for profit or as a gift?
Does your contract prohibit you from working at all as a welder or just from competing with the buyer for a period of 3 years and not soliciting their customers?
Ok, then you are fine. As long as you aren't doing it for profit, you can make gifts of your products and skills to whoever you want to.
You are very welcome. Glad to help any time. And no, only if you are competing in a commercial fashion against the buyer would you be in violation of the agreement..