A Management and Engineer's Guide to MIG Welding Quality, Costs, and Training
MIG and flux cored weld results achieved with the world's most utilized welding equipment are frequently influenced by weld sales advice. This 600 plus page book has been called the MIG bible by some readers. It?s the most comprehensive book ever written on managing the MIG process. The book covers all aspects of controlling both the MIG and flux cored process.A MANAGER OR ENGINEER DOES NOT REQUIRE THE ABILITY TO WELD, HOWEVER THEY SHOULD HAVE THE FUNDAMENTAL PROCESS KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT MAKES A GOOD MIG OR FLUX CORED WELD.WHEN A MANAGER OR ENGINEER UNDERSTANDS HOW SALES INFLUENCE AND HYPE EFFECTS THE WELD SHOP THEY ARE WELL ON THEIR WAY TO WELD PROCESS MANAGEMENT. In the MIG Management book you will find; Extensive data on MIG gas selection, "without sales input". Over 100 pages on the problems with the pulsed process. How to establish effective weld process controls for robot cells. How to use special techniques to increase robot weld speeds. How to optimize manual and robot weld deposition rates. How to control sheet metal welds in automotive plants. How to best utilize MIG and flux cored for pipe welds.All this along with a unique simple method for controlling weld costs. These are just a few of the important topics. Without question this is the most practical and comprehensive book you will ever find on managing the MIG process.
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Welding Quality and Costs
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