Aluminum and Stainless Steel Fabrication (SCU4103.02)

John Umphlett

In this course we will focus on cutting and welding non-ferrous metals. CNC assisted plasma cutting will pair with the more traditional methods of shaping the material The fabrication processes will begin through brazing methods (acetylene and oxygen) for connecting non-similar metals then we will advance to learning the skills involved in using the GTAW welders for non-ferrous welding. This is a project based foundation course on a more advanced level. The student must have practiced and comfortably understand the processes in basic gas and electric welding.

Prerequisites: Prior metal working experience/welding/metalshop 1
Credits: 2
F 8:30-12:10 (second seven weeks)
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency: Every 2-3 years
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