Interpret scaled welding prints; gather design and materials information; perform calculations; and use the detail to plan, lay out, and produce parts or finished products.
Use and maintain tools, equipment, systems, and products common to the school manufacturing facility.
Understand critical elements for health and safety practices related to storing, cleaning, and maintaining tools, equipment, and supplies.
Use welding tools and equipment, such as MIG, TIG, arc, forge and furnace, to combine or join manufactured parts and products, resulting in a finished product that meets the standards of the American Welding Society or a similar industry.
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