Selected articles from November/December 2004 issue published on TheFabricator.com:
Every day Voss Aerospace faces challenges that vary as much as the materials its welders join and fabrication processes they use.
A new organization in Rockford, Ill., thinks job shops working together
is a MARRVelousidea.
Multiple-impulse welding isn't uncommon, but it's not usually the first choice for most resistance welding applications. However, experiments with this type of resistance welding demonstrate that it has a wider range of applications, especially when its modified heat balance is understood
Boredom may not appear to be a significant obstacle to a safe workplace, but the problem is that boredom usually translates into poor retention and learning. Workers who are bored by the safety training programs don't learn as well as those who find their training programs interesting and exciting. Failure to retain safety education material can make all the difference on the shop floor or out at the job site.
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