MIG WELDING TRAINING
The MIG Training Handbook
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in both English
& Robotic MIG Welding.
Weld Process Training
Weld Process Control"
(Includes Pulsed MIG)
The MIG Training Video
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and Robotic MIG Parameter Simplification"
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IMPORTANCE OF MIG PROCESS TRAINING?
LACK OF PROCESS EXPERTISE.
Too frequently welders and supervisors use skills to compensate for a lake of
"process expertise". Playing around with welding controls will
results in unacceptable welding inconsistencies for both weld quality and productivity.
STANDARDS & PRODUCT LIABILITY.
ISO standards require in-house process training. Product liability consequences
SHORTAGE. A universal shortage of skilled MIG welders requires that
manufacturing companies have to place more emphasis and resources on providing
effective in-house MIG welder training.
This resource dramatically reduces the training time required for weld personnel
to attain extensive MIG process expertise.
the last five years, the growth of MIG welding robots has averaged over 15% annually.
Few robot operators or programmers are aware, or have been trained in the unique
robot MIG weld process requirements. This training program provides all the process
training necessary to attain optimum weld productivity and quality with minimum
most popular MIG power sources sold today are pulsed. Few supervisors or operators
of pulsed equipment are aware of,
[a] When they should or should not
use the more expensive, less durable pulsed process.
[b] How to fully
control optimize pulsed welding parameters.
SALES HYPE. In an industry that attains too much of its welding data
from sales sources, there exists too many weld process myths and too much weld
product sales bias. This course is without product bias, it simply deals with
WELD. ENGINEERING PERSONNEL.
This valuable self teaching
or classroom resource is designed or anyone who wants to manage and control the
gas metal arc-welding process. Engineers, welders, trainers, supervisors, managers,
quality control personnel, robot operators, programmers and designers.
Ed Craig the author is
senior welding application engineer with thirty-five years MIG process and application
expertise. Ed has provided MIG process training and application expertise to approximately
10,000 welders at 1000 manufacturing companies in 10 different countries.
This is Ed's third MIG process control book. For 13 years Ed has written
a monthly welding Q&A column in Welding Design and Fabrication Magazine, he
also rewrote the welding section in the 25 edition of the Machinery Handbook and
assisted in writing the AWS MIG gas specifications.
This training resources
is unique, in that it simplifies a complex process and then provides the process
controls necessary for optimum welds on all carbon steel and stainless applications.
The training video is also unique in it's approach to manual and robotic process
controls. The training handbook has 170 easy to read pages, with 170 questions.
Ensure each weld decision maker gets one.
View all of Ed's MIG Welding Training Books and Videos