- published: 27 Jun 2016
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Meet Blake Crome, an Apprentice Welder at Seaspan, an association of Canadian companies involved in coastal and deep sea transportation, bunkering, ship repair and shipbuilding. As a part of the welding team, Blake gets to work with his hands everyday as he builds large scale ships from the ground up, literally. Thanks to his career at Seaspan, Blake is able to have the life he wants on and off site
Shipbuilding - Welding and assembly: Ship hulls, bow ship Shipbuilding is the construction of ships and other floating vessels. It normally takes place in a specialized facility known as a shipyard. Shipbuilding and ship repairs, both commercial and military, are referred to as "naval engineering". The construction of boats is a similar activity called boat building.
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Materiali d'apporto Hyundai Welding per costruzioni navali e offshore.Hyundai Welding consumables for shipbuilding. Halcom srl + Hyundai Welding : consumabili saldatura, elettrodi, fili pieni, fili animati, arco sommerso e TIG per acciai, inox, leghe, alluminio, supporti ceramici. Welding consumables, electrodes, solid wires, flux cored wires, submerged arc welding and TIG for steel, stainless steel, alloys, aluminum, ceramic backing. consumibles de soldadura. 2016
Welding 16" pipe
co2 fcaw welding (shipyard)
A shipyard (also called a dockyard) is a place where ships are repaired and built. These can be yachts, military vessels, cruise liners or other cargo or passenger ships. Dockyards are sometimes more associated with maintenance and basing activities than shipyards, which are sometimes associated more with initial construction. The terms are routinely used interchangeably, in part because the evolution of dockyards and shipyards has often caused them to change or merge roles. Countries with large shipbuilding industries include China, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, Russia, Germany, Netherland, Sweden, Ukraine, Finland, Denmark, Australia, India, Brazil, Taiwan, Romania, Poland . The shipbuilding industry tends to be more fragmented in Europe than in Asia. In European countries there are a g...
Ingalls Shipbuilding discusses the benefits of the Dimension 450 NT w/ WCC from Miller and the requirements for daily work in its shipyard on the Gulf Coast. To read the whole story, visit: http://bit.ly/MDRW15
Inrotech is supplying intelligent mobile arc welding robot for shipyards and other heavy industries. Inrotech's robots are working autonomously without any off-line programming or other kind of programming needed. The robot finds the welding jobs by means of a design based logic system. Inrotech's approach to robot usage and self-programming intelligence is unique, and the logic system is unparalleled in the robotic world. There is no name or technique that explains the functionality. The robot is able to close welding gaps of up to 7mm, which is quite an accomplishment. Inrotech is constantly improving their technology, to make the robots able to weld under even very difficult circumstances. Our philosophy is to make the robot more skilled than the operator in order to eliminate human er...
A movie of myself, welding a flange. Normally I use Flux core/136, but it was too windy. I'm a welder from Holland, and welding for more then 20 years. The first 9 years I was a stick welder on a shipyard, building new ships. After that I started FCAW/GMAW welding. At the moment I'm qualified for GMAW/FCAW 135/138 welding in G6 position. EN287 and ASME IX. In the past I had a lot of different welder qualifications. In the future I will grab more qualifications, but it's expensive. I'm a self employee for the last 6 years.
http://www.gullco.com In the above video you can see the MOGGY® trackless welding automation carriage. Ideal for fillet, lap and butting welding applications the MOGGY® is being used to produce simultaneous stitch welds on a barge hull stiffener. Using two torches connected to the carriage with automatic arc start, the carriage strikes the arc, moves at precise speed for the predetermined weld length and continues along the length of the stiffener providing consistent weld quality, improved productivity and reduced consumable waste. For more information on this automation solution and others click the link to the Gullco website in the top of the description.
What's up Everybody? Thanks for Watching! Working in the Shipyard you may encounter situations where conventional welding just wont work. We found ourselves having to stick weld under 3-6 inches of water on this winter repair and had to get creative to solve welding issues that could not be helped by the ol' text book so here is what we came up with hope you find this helpful. Sim with us on Phoenix Room is Wisconsin Heli http://thedaveyht3productions.weebly.com/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/Thedaveyht3/160055824064037 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Littlehammer05/181085741952400