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  1. #61
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    Dec 2009
    Location
    Williams Lake, British Columbia
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    Hi, I'm a British Columbia Journeyman level "A" welder with IP trade qualification, I have CWB certifications in FCAW, SMAW and GMAW in all position.
    I worked on evrything from repairing your computer chair to modifying brand new Caterpillar D9T
    I am working in a machining, welding and fabrication shop in central BC and will be starting at one of the local mine after the long weekend. Yeehaw.

    I absolutely love what I do and recommend it to evrybody.
    Last edited by Daniel; 05-16-2011 at 08:44 PM.

  2. #62
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    Aug 2010
    Location
    Eugene, OR
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    Default qa manager

    QA Manager at pressure vessel fabrication facility in Oregon.

  3. #63
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    Apr 2009
    Location
    Michigan
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    7

    Thumbs up My Job

    I am a Fabricator/TIG-MIG Welder for a company that makes parts for military and commercial. Actually I have done alot of prototype stuff for BAE. Even when it was United Defense, (IBAS Shield, 30mm feeder and return chutes, as well as the linbacker ramp.) One job I remember the most for BAE was in 2007 when I made a drill fixture system that was used to mount an armor plate on the bottom of the M2. I absolutly love my job and wish I could do it forever.
    Piss Poor Planning Produces Poor Performance
    Tungsten, Torch, And Talent

  4. #64
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    Apr 2009
    Location
    Valdosta GA
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    I am a certified pipe welder apprentice (with one cert. working on another) out of the UA 72 from ATL graduated high school and tech school in 2010 and start my pipe fitting school in august.

  5. #65
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    May 2009
    Location
    Muskogee Oklahoma
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    I repair the machines that all you welders break. My dad was a union welder/fitter out of local 100 in Dallas before he retired and that's where I learned to weld, in his shop. I really enjoy fixing things so I got my factory certifications from Miller and Lincoln about 5 years ago. Been loving life ever since.

  6. #66
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    Nov 2007
    Location
    Southern Louisiana
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    Weld Engineer at Miller Electric.

  7. #67
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    Aug 2010
    Location
    VA
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    Default Construction Manager

    Contract construction management for the last 15 years with my own company.
    Previously about 13 years with a large power company as Project Supervisor.
    2 pressure vessel and tank companies, one of which was field erected nuclear
    tanks. AWS CWI. 1 year welding school. Worked in a structural fab shop as
    a welder and tig welder building chrome moly crop duster frames.

    Old but New

  8. #68
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    Sep 2007
    Location
    Medford MA
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    ~30 years ago in college I ran into some guys trying to build a really
    big computer network to connect all of the world's computers together.
    We think that someday it will be A Really Big Thing Since then
    I've been having more fun than decent people should be allowed to have
    doing software/networking/hardware/standards R&D.

    Welding (and the rest of metal fab work) is a hobby -- some garden art, plant
    structures, a bit of repair work around the house, etc, etc.

    Frank

  9. #69

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    I know this thread is really old but I was wondering you work at BAE systems in mobile, AL? I've gotten accepted into the AIDT training orientation and will hopefully get accepted into the class. After that I'm hoping to get a Job at BAE and I was wondering what you think about it?

  10. #70
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    Dec 2012
    Location
    Simcoe Ontario
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    Default what is your job?

    Boilermaker. Pressure welding and cwb (brain dead welding). We make and maintain the main parts that make power oil steel chemicals etc. anything that runs on steam. As for learning to weld. I haven't learned it all an never will but I know enough to help make the places that make the world go round.

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