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welder

[′wel·dər]
(metallurgy)
A machine used in welding. Also known as welding machine.
A person who performs a welding operation.
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To become a certified welder, one needs a certificate or a degree in welding.
Veteran welder Marites Casao (left) is a graduate of AG&P and TESDA's Women's Welder Program.
Soft Touch is a passive, fail-safe system that prevents riveters, spot welders and other small machines from cycling if the system detects fingers in the point-of-operation area, while not interfering with the production process during normal operations.
Dubai: A supervisor has been accused of locking up a welder inside a flat shared by six persons and used as a labour accommodation, a court heard on Wednesday.
It aims to present simple ways of EMF exposure reduction from HF welder surroundings, supported by real examples and scenarios observed during cooperation with the industrial sector and machine manufacturers, for which worker health and safety is a priority.
The power supply of an Arc welder is typically referred to as a "tombstone" due to its headstone shape.
Six months to prepare an application led to a half dozen "beta" months of being a Welder in secret before the new class was officially announced.
The new GLX-3 welder incorporates advanced features, including Branson's patented Simultaneous Thru-Transmission Infrared (STTIr) process, which heats, melts, and joins the entire weld line of two or more parts simultaneously.
WE USED TO BE ABLE TO TRAIN WELDERS IN A RELATIVELY SHORT time period when all that was needed was a good demonstration and plenty of booth time.
The (http://www.bls.gov/ooh/production/welders-cutters-solderers-and-brazers.htm) Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that in 2012, the most recent year for which it posted data, the country's roughly 357,000 welders, cutters, solderers and brazersAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA made about $36,000 a year.
The Kentex factory fire in Valenzuela City that killed 72 people was initially traced to a welder who apparently had no safety measures in place while fixing a gate and allowed welding sparks to fall on a stack of highly flammable chemicals.