Custom welding services are different in their features and applications, and you need to do your research before you opt to choose any one of them. Experts say that the bottom line on buying a custom welding service is to know what you are going to weld; how thick the material will be, how complex is the job, do they have the capabilities and equipment, and at the last point, your budget.
The future of the welding industry is bright. The industry continues to use more and more welding electrodes and electrode wire year after year. Welding proceses continue to develop to weld newer stronger metal alloys, more complex parts and structural designs, and unusual metal combinations. New welding jobs are emerging in plastics, new metals and ceramics. The industry will allways have a demand for experienced welders in the feild of mining gas and oil production.
Welding robots are doing much in repetitive production jobs, however as these are becoming more sophisticated jobs are being created in the opperation, maintenance and programing of welding robots. However there will always be welding jobs in low production, specialised work, repair and maintenance and on site welding that do not lend themselves to robotic work.
Welding jobs include
Fitter welder, assembly welders, gas welders, resistance welders, robotic welding machine opperators and programers, tool & die welders, welding inspectors, welding machine repair, welding supervisors, under water welders, repair welders, specialty welders, ornamental welding, pipe welders, structural welders and welding engineers.
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