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|WELD 1040 - Introduction to Metal Fabrication and Mechanized Welding
This course provides instruction and laboratory work to gain knowledge and skills related to metal fabricating-including hands on use of basic metal fabricating machines and mechanized arc resistance welding equipment. Students do not do any hands-on manual or semi automatic welding in this course. Topics include safety and health concerns; print reading and sketching: welding symbols and weld gauges; measuring devices and instruments; lay-outs; metal fabricating processes; operation of metal fabricating machines and related material handling equipment operation of resistance spot welding and mechanized or robotic welding equipment; and the design, building and use of jigs and fixtures. Students must provide safety glasses, work gloves, work boots with steel toes and a calculator capable of calculating square roots for this course.
0.000 TO 3.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours
Schedule Types: Lab, Lecture, Independent Study, Hybrid, Hybrid Lab
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Computer/IS/Engineer Tech Division
Welding Technology Department
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