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Unread 09-18-2013, 05:12 AM   #31
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Finally broke out into the welding world. My first actual job is going to be tig welding on aircraft grade aluminum. Not sure exactly what the cert they will have me take is called, but im happy to be done with making pizzas for a paycheck. The parts i'll be welding will go into jets and commercial planes but wont serve any structural uses, they'll just house electronics. I was told some parts might one day find their way to space which i think is awesome

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Unread 12-20-2014, 11:47 AM   #32
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Ironworker709 where did you get that fancy book for you certs and log book? I have seen a few old timers on the job with nice leather books but they got from the international but that was way before I was even born. Id like to get something similar because my fancy zip lock bag isn't cutting it... Local 75 Arizona BTW

Here's my fancy holder haha [IMG][/IMG]
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Unread 12-20-2014, 07:07 PM   #33
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The book and holder and cards for each cert all came in the mail from the international when i first passed a few tests,i keep it in my lunch box.

Your Book stamp should now be the new one,where you or anyone can scan the back of it with any cell phone and bring up everything you are qualified/certified in,rigging,welding processes..even tells if your dues are paid so the job stewards can ride your behind to pay them up..lol
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Unread 12-25-2014, 09:05 PM   #34
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I am certified to NAVSEA Tech. Pub. 248, GMAW Pulse arc ( all positions), and spray transfer ( flat and horz.), as well as GTAW pipe..all positions, carbon steel and all alloys except titanium.

Also, cerfified to NAVSEA 250-1500 (nuclear) GTAW pipe.

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Unread 01-01-2015, 11:04 PM   #35
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6g 2"XXL 6010root lohi out, 6g down hand 5p all the way
, 3g open root plate 6010/7018,3g mig, and 3F stainless due to an all inspectorates and stainless unistrut racks I welded for the electricians on my current job. Compay spent a pretty penny getting a prosecute write and testing company out for something so simple.
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Unread 01-02-2015, 11:43 AM   #36
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GMAW all position. stainless, carpenter20, hastelloy c276, monel 60, titanium, tigable silversolder, and of course carbon steel. Pipe and plate. SMAW 7018 all position. Mig 316L up to 1/2" all position. Been welding for 42 years. Pressure vessels and mc 331 pressurized DOT Freon cargo tankers. I to advise use the best PPE you can use. In my case my eyes have been my major problem. Take care of them. Use the best ventilation possible, if you don't have it, GET IT.
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Unread 01-04-2015, 06:53 PM   #37
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GMAW all position. stainless, carpenter20, hastelloy c276, monel 60, titanium, tigable silversolder, and of course carbon steel. Pipe and plate. SMAW 7018 all position. Mig 316L up to 1/2" all position. Been welding for 42 years. Pressure vessels and mc 331 pressurized DOT Freon cargo tankers. I to advise use the best PPE you can use. In my case my eyes have been my major problem. Take care of them. Use the best ventilation possible, if you don't have it, GET IT.
I started welding and fitting in 1981, I hung up my hood in 2010,no longer do it for a living. I have certified in stick ,mig ,hard wire ,flux core and alum ,also tig, in all positions unlimited thickness ,on carbon steel,alum,and stainless alloys.On a challenge ,I took a 6g mig down hill and past a bend test.They didn't think it could be done.I now do millwright work in a power house and don't have to weld. As stated above protect yourself.My body has paid the price,from breathing the fumes and argon gas.
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Unread 01-05-2015, 10:04 AM   #38
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I am certified in JB

But seriously, I am an Engineer for an aerospace company, but every now and then I try to get to the floor and watch/practice with the guys on the floor. Most of our welds at the location I worked at were automated, but there are a few that require hand welding. The certified guys are the only ones who can change settings even on the auto equipment. I have a mig welder at home that I mess with, but would like to get a Tig for home use too.
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Unread 01-08-2015, 10:22 AM   #39
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More certs then I can remember, I have a binder full of them. Most recent is ASME section ix (aluminum pressure pipe).

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I am certified to NAVSEA Tech. Pub. 248, GMAW Pulse arc ( all positions), and spray transfer ( flat and horz.), as well as GTAW pipe..all positions, carbon steel and all alloys except titanium.

Also, cerfified to NAVSEA 250-1500 (nuclear) GTAW pipe.

Rich
You work for Bath Iron by any chance?
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Unread 01-08-2015, 10:43 PM   #40
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More certs then I can remember, I have a binder full of them. Most recent is ASME section ix (aluminum pressure pipe).



You work for Bath Iron by any chance?
No, Electric Boat, Quonset Point, RI.

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