Engineers, technicians and machine operators wishing to gain an understanding and appreciation of the different welding and joining processes, and their suitability for different polymer types, with a view to enabling individuals to design components incorporating joints.
- Advantages and limitations, materials, welding parameters, equipment, joint design, applications for the following welding processes: hot plate, spin, infrared, ultrasonic, vibration and laser
- Hot air and ultrasonic staking, an introduction to plastics, mechanical and non-destructive testing, practical demonstrations of ultrasonic, hot plate, vibration and laser welding and hot air staking
- To equip attendees with the necessary welding knowledge for designing plastic moulded parts for complex, high integrity applications
- To provide the information required to optimise a welding process and trouble-shoot a production problem
- To explore the range of processes available for joining moulded parts
Tailored course, duration: typically 3 days. The specific details of what will be included in the training will be discussed prior to a price being provided.
Course fee includes: course material, refreshment and lunches but does not include travel, accommodation and additional meals.
Candidates will take a multiple-choice examination at the end of the course.
This training is recognised by The Welding Institute for CPD.
The training can be delivered at clients’ premises in the UK and overseas. However, welding demonstrations can only be carried out if the course is delivered at the TWI headquarters in Cambridge, UK.
Welding processes and services offered:
To discuss your requirements or to book a course please telephone Dr Farshad Salamat-Zadeh on 01223 899552 or email Dr Farshad Salamat-Zadeh.