Fundamentals of Welding / Stick, MIG, TIG

Description:

The topics may not be covered in the order listed. The Lecture/Lab combinations consist of both classroom and group discussions during lab demonstrations. Lab time is designed for individual practice and will include demonstrations and coaching. Since the lab projects are done at an individual pace, some students will progress further than others.

FUNDAMENTALS OF STICK WELDING--SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING (SMAW)

This course will introduce the student to the theory and operation of stick welding (SMAW). The class will cover proper assembly of the equipment used, safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel. Filler metal selection, polarity selection and troubleshooting will also be covered.

FUNDAMENTALS OF MIG WELDING (GAS METAL ARC WELDING)

This course will introduce the student to the theory and operation of MIG welding (GMAW). The class will cover proper assembly of the equipment used, safety, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel. Basic troubleshooting, consumables, shielding gases, and maintenance will also be covered.

FUNDAMENTALS OF TIG WELDING--GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW)

This course will introduce the student to the theory and operation of TIG welding (GTAW). The class will cover proper assembly of the equipment used, safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel. Tungsten selection, filler metals, shielding gases, and troubleshooting will also be covered.
Dress attire: long pants, work shirt, closed toe leather shoes or boots.
Students need to provide: Safety glasses and welding gloves.
School will provide: welding helmet and leather jackets.
*Students may bring their own welding helmets or jackets.

Pre-requisites:

Be able to move freely around the shop, be able to bend over and lift 10lb, stand for long periods, have hand eye coordination, be able to pay attention to detail.

Learner outcomes:

Understand Shop Safety and Personal Protective Equipment related to GMAW, GTAW, & SMAW welding.
Be able to set up a GMAW, GTAW, & SMAW power source.
Be able to GMAW, GTAW, & SMAW weld on steel the various joints in various positions.
Understand the variables used in setting up GMAW, GTAW, & SMAW.
Be able to identify common weld defects.

Requirements for Successful Completion:

Attend 80% of the class for each module.
Be able to set up the power source for GMAW, GTAW, & SMAW.
Be able to produce an acceptable weld to the AWS standards using GMAW & GTAW on steel in the lap, tee, and butt joints in the Flat, Horizontal, and vertical positions.
Be able to produce an acceptable Fillet weld to the AWS standards using SMAW on steel Flat, and Horizontal positions using E6010 and E7018.
The ability to work safely in the shop.
Be able to identify common weld defects.
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Course: CEMF 144-00
Term: 1393
Section Number: 1
Schedule Number: 19514
Instructor(s): Nicholas Pinckney
Location: Leslie E. Tassell M-TEC Rm TBD, 622 Godfrey SW, GR MI 49503
Dates: Jan. 6, 2020 (Mon., 1 - 3 p.m.); Jan. 8 - Apr. 1, 2020 (Mon. & Wed., 1 - 5 p.m.)
Units: Non-Credit
Contact Hours: 90.0 Contact Hours
Seats Remaining: 16
Required Fees: Price
Registration$1,875.00