WLDG1107 - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) II Weldments on Aluminum

SCWTTC Welding Course WLDG 1107

Basic and advanced welding-joint design, expansion, contraction, of aluminum weldments with (GTAW) process.

DURATION:
56 hours
ID:
WLDG1107

INSTRUCTORS:

Jesse Guzman 1
Jesse Guzman
INSTRUCTOR - WELDING

Address

1641 Pacific Ave. Suite #94 Oxnard, CA 93033   View map

Course description: This course introduces the student to the principles and practices of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), that including basic and advanced welding-joint design, expansion, contraction, of aluminum weldments with (GTAW) process.

Course objectives: Students will examine and assess correct safety procedures and practices when using Gas Tungsten Arc Welding equipment. Proper base metal preparation techniques and weld joint fit-up. Student will gain proficiencies in the welding of aluminum coupons, in different joint configurations. Students will be exposed to common welding terminology and theory as they relate to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding.

Lecture: Differentiate between industry standard welding inspection practices and how they best apply to given welding applications. Differentiate between most common or commercial aluminum alloys, their mechanical, and physical properties.

Lab: The student will become proficient in operating gas tungsten arc welding equipment (GTAW) to weld aluminum in different joint configurations. Student will have the ability to set-up and break down GTAW equipment.

Prerequisite: Successfully completed course #WLDG1106

Course start date: Continuous Enrollment