Would it be difficult for one to get into a school for W.E., and where is A B.S. Welding Engineering is someone with an educational degree.
hardest weld i had to make was in jack stands. was a 4in 90 on a random. Had to belly crawl through 20 ft. of free flood to get to it, torch cut the old flange For me, 15 degree's outside, standing on white line of road looking.
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It also has advantages in helping to balance real life, a job, and schooling while minimizing debt. Open root welds are harder to do! Fabricators point fingers at schools for not supplying enough welding graduates. Originally posted by Sberry. Curious as to what a career move might be for someone like myself?
If had a chance to do it over would have at least picked up some trade licenses along the way when they were easier to get. The reality is that for any company to do high-performance welding, they need a high-performance team whose development is led by a Welding Engineer. That was my first ever mirror weld, very interesting. You are commenting using your Twitter account. That means almost anywhere you want to go, welding can take you there.