“Advanced GMAW Applications” provides an overview of various specialized GMAW processes. When performing GMAW on stainless steel or aluminum, welders must be aware of several factors. Many advanced processes use power sources that offer different types of control, such as waveform control, adaptive control, and synergic control. Advanced GMAW processes include pulse transfer, precision pulse, Surface Tension Transfer, and AC aluminum pulse. GMAW is also well-suited to automation. Robotic GMAW is one of the most popular forms of automated welding. After taking this class, users will be prepared to learn to perform more specialized and advanced GMAW processes. These processes are becoming increasingly popular because they consistently produce quality welds without the same drawbacks as conventional methods. Understanding advanced and specialized GMAW processes is important to remaining competitive in modern welding.
- Describe GMAW
- Describe GMAW for stainless steel
- Describe GMAW for aluminum
- Describe advanced power sources for GMAW
- Describe waveform
- Describe waveform control
- Describe synergic control
- Describe pulse spray transfer
- Describe Surface Tension Transfer
- Describe AC aluminum pulse welding
- Describe different types of automated welding
- Describe robotic GMAW equipment
- Describe various methods of programming a robot for welding
- Describe advantages and disadvantages of robotic welding.
- Recommended for manufacturing personnel, including engineers, technicians and managers, particularly handling welding operations.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Robotic Welding, Robotic Welding Equipment, Gas Metal Arc Welding
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