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    Default Weld inspector.

    I was wondering, is this man chalking weld problems because if he is it seems like there are a lot of areas that need re doing. Am I right ?

    http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...=welding+ships

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpgino View Post
    I was wondering, is this man chalking weld problems because if he is it seems like there are a lot of areas that need re doing. Am I right ?

    http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...=welding+ships


    Think this is the video, yours just showed a search.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ej7xS7JGbOE

    If it is a re do, just re-weld everything


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    Referring to the video ja baudin put up. Pretty good presentation of actual job conditions....don't expect to always have enough room to stand though. Possibly the white hat is an inspector but I'm guessing more likely a foreman or charge hand. He marks anything that jumps out at him...'w' for reweld/more buildup and 'g' for grind something ugly. Welder would then make repairs and then someone would run a wire wheel over all the welds. Usually, as an inspector clears an area, he will have his own personal marking....spray the weld with a primer or a permanent crayon. He sees something bad he may have a different colour to highlight the problem. Trick is to get it right the first time so inspector doesn't find anything.

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