Training for Welding Aluminum Alloys

  

Practical Training for Welding Aluminum Alloys

 

Aluminum Solutions: Practical Training for Welding Aluminum Alloys

Learn about the latest welding technology with hands-on practical application demonstrations & lectures for Practical Training in Welding Aluminum Alloys.

Aluminum has become increasingly prevalent in a number of manufacturing
industries because it delivers an improved strength to weight ratio over steel
and is corrosion resistant. Yet, welding aluminum can be difficult compared
to other materials. Lincoln Electric has organized this seminar to help you
enhance your understanding and welding skills to achieve aluminum alloy
welding success.

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  Agenda

 

Topics will include:

Improve your GMAW and GTAW aluminum welding skills through extensive practical application
Overview of various welding process modes: CV, Power Mode, Pulse and AC Pulse
Learn how to properly set up weld tests for various parameters and positions
Tour Lincoln Electric’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, R&D Tech Center and Automation Division
Qualification Test Training for AWS D1.2 Standard
A Lincoln Electric Certificate of Completion will be issued on successful completion of the training
 

Course Fee:
$495

2016 Course Dates:
November 15-18 

 

 

Advanced Training for Welding Aluminum Alloys  Aluminum Solutions: Advanced Training for Welding Aluminum Alloys

Learn about the latest welding technology with hands-on practical application demonstrations & lectures for Advanced Training in Welding Aluminum Alloys.

Aluminum has become increasingly prevalent in manufacturing as a lightweight alternative to steel, because it delivers an improved strength to weight ratio, corrosion resistance and general, overall weldability. The typical characteristics and performance one expects when welding with steel don’t necessarily apply. Lincoln Electric has organized this seminar to help you achieve greater aluminum alloy welding success. 

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 Agenda

 

Topics will include:

Improving productivity and efficiency in aluminum welding
Review of current best practices and practical knowledge on welding aluminum alloys
The latest advanced welding processes that can be applied to aluminum


Course Fee:
$495

2016 Course Dates:
May 25-27