Date : 19 October, 2021
Time : 1100 - 1200 Hrs
Welding is essentially joining of two metal parts together using heat and a filler material. Much as any other metal working process, technology has affected welding too, which has evolved over a period of time. Today the Arc welding SMAW, TIG / MIG & SAW make up for the most used welding processes in metal joining, besides few other specific modern welding processes. Given that welding is a much used metal joining method, it is important to know the right combination of metal and welding process to be used. Hence, this webinar is focused on giving you a preview into the basics principles of welding for an aspiring Welding professional.
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This webinar will be delivered byMr. Vijay Agawan.
He is an industry expert with over 46 years of experience in the field of welding activities related to research, development, equipment manufacturing. Quality Control , Contract Manufacturing and Training. He holds a Master degree in Production Science & Technology degree from IIT-Kharagpur & an IWE (ISO:14731) Diploma. He is a qualified Welding Professional and a free-lance consultant for in-house group companies and several other industries for training and problem solving. He has also given his services as a Regional Director (West) to Indian Institute of Welding-ANB for promoting the Welding Education among users, and ISO Certification of Individuals and Industries.
(Seats are limited and confirmation is subject to availability of seats.)
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