Introduction to Welding Processes

“Introduction to Welding Processes” provides a comprehensive overview of the most commonly used welding processes, including oxyfuel welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, flux-cored arc welding, and shielded metal arc welding. In addition, it continues to develop students’ understanding of measurements in welding and covers the Welding Procedure Specification from writing through testing and finally use. This class continues to develop the general understanding of welding begun in “Introduction to Welding” with a more comprehensive overview of each of the most common welding processes. It covers welding variables and presents an in-depth discussion of welding discontinuities that is continued in “Overview of Weld Defects.”


Course Objectives:

  • Describe the welding process
  • Define oxyfuel processes
  • Define SMAW
  • Define GMAW
  • Define GTAW
  • Define FCAW
  • Explain the different types of electrodes
  • Explain essential welding variables
  • Describe SCLAMPS
  • Explain fit-up and joint preparation
  • Describe tools for measuring joints and weld size
  • Explain discontinuities and how they can be detected
  • Describe a welding procedure specification
  • Explain how to weld according to a welding procedure specification
  • Explain how to write a welding procedure specification.


Recommended Background

  • Recommended for manufacturing personnel, including engineers, technicians and managers, particularly handling welding operations.
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Course ID

TU208

Skill Focus

Smart Business

Instructor(s)

ToolingU

Employee Type

New Applicants, Operations team, 1st level supervisor

Method of Delivery

Digital

Estimated Effort

2.5 hrs

Cost

Negotiable


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