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TIG Welders use tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding to join various metals. Example resumes for this position showcase skills like fitting and welding ventilation, doors, desks, furniture, and other foundations; manufacturing and mechanically assembling chain slings utilizing TIG, SMAW, and OFC procedures; operating pneumatic and electronic machinery such as cairns, drills, presses, and guillotine cutters; and organizing inventory to keep the shop clean and functional. Resumes in this field show that the technical training that leads to a certification is generally required for employment in this position.

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Tig Welder

Conducted Tig welding on exhaust pipes for off road vehicles using: steel, stainless steel, titanium and have recently started working with aluminum.

  • Trained in using various hand and electric tools such as arch welder, grinders, buffing machine.
  • Practiced on Mig welding when assigned Tig projects were completed.
  • Arranged and organized Tig welding equipment prior to and at the end of each working day.
  • Inspected completed work products for any defects.
  • Familiarity with interpreting blueprints and welding codes.
  • Clamped, measured and aligned metal parts prior to welding
  • Repaired work pieces by dismantling, reshaping, straightening and reassembling parts
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
2

Tig Welder

Read and interpret blueprints, work instructions, technique sheets, and work order routers in order to clean, fit, tack, and weld various materials for use in cabin pressurization and fuel control systems used in aerospace industry. Maintain weld certification on 0.032" aluminum, stainless steel, inconel, and titanium groove and fillet welds per AWS D17.1. All welds must pass radiographic and bend testing as well as fluid penetrant and visual inspection.

  • Promoted from Tig Welder Level II to Level III after only 3 months experience
  • Received certification for visual weld inspection
  • Responsible for testing various ducting assemblies by pressurizing components and submerging under water to test welds
  • Spent 2 months operating Mazak and Okuma CNC two spindle lathes
  • Responsible for maintaining acceptable safety and 5s scores for welding and fabrication department as well as reporting potential problem areas to upper management
  • Participated in 8-D troubleshooting teams to address recurring issues with fabrication of ducting
  • Worked with manufacturing engineers to fix issues with damaged ducts due to heat treat equipment as well as material handling
  • Certified forklift operator (stand up or sit down)
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
AS
All Aspects Of Welding Beginning
AS
Occupational Technology
3

Production Manager / Tig Welder Fabricator

Estimate, Quote, Interact with sales to produce a cost effective and quality product.

  • Utilize AutoCad, AutoCad Inventor to develop working models / drawings for shop production.
  • Utilize Multi-punch software to program Strippit turret punches to produce dimensionally correct parts.
  • Train new Tig welders to produce welds that were in accordance with company standards.
  • Oversee programs, maintenance and product for robotic welding cells, Panasonic and Fanuc.
  • Oversee production and quality control of all, custom fabrication.
Candidate Info
17
years in
workforce
10
years
at this job
Voc
Vocational Degree
4

Tig Welder

Welding repair of super alloys cast components, stainless steel/haste-alloy-x sheet metal and fabrication of new tooling and fixtures.

  • Proficient in pre-heating & post-heating weld elements.
  • Safely operates any gas or non-gas welding device.
  • Well versed with basic machining tools, micrometers, dial calipers, height & depth gauges.
  • Firm grasp of welding vocabulary and shop machinery operation. Working knowledge of welding in all positions and different rods.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
Engineering
5

Tig Welder

Performed Tig welding process of metal expansion joints (bellows, flanges, weld ends) in accordance with Expansion Joint Manufacturers Association (EJMA)

  • Ensured that the welds were clean, error free, tack secure in accordance with ASME boiler and pressure vessel code including a "U" stamp.
  • Used math and measurement skills, including use of tape measure, calipers, squares, levels and clamps.
  • Able to operate air power tools (grinders, sanders) and typical shop equipment for welding jobs.
  • Able to read and interpret blueprints.
  • Worked well with others with minimal supervision.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
6

Tig Welder

2ND Shift lead welder/ supervisor for Seals Department

  • TIG welding sheet metal to plate requiring precision accuracy as to not burn threw the sheet metal. Sheet metal thickness ranges from .018 to .030 of an inch.
  • Use of pneumatic expanders to increase the radios of parts to create a snug fit to weld on.
  • Bubble test all welds to positively identify any non-fused locations in the weld.
  • All welding is being conducted by the use of a Turn Table.
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
AA
Business Administration
7

TIG Welder

Materials welded: 304/316 Stainless, 400 Series (high carbon) SS, Aluminum, Carbon & Cold rolled steel, and stainless pipe.

  • Processes used: TIG, MIG
  • Metal thickness welded: 11g, 16g, 20g, and some 22gage sheet metal.
  • Basic job responsibilities: assemble materials, according to blueprints. QC all fabricated parts, before assembly. Some fabrication of finished parts, as needed. Acid clean welds, and/or dip into acid solution, for cleaning.
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
Welding Technology
8

TIG Welder

Works from blue prints, drawings and or technical manuals to produce a variety of items for shipping.

  • Performs grinding and blending with a variety of pneumatic, electric and hand tools.
  • Repairs sheets of metal or composite surfaces, distortion, corrosion and cracks.
  • Conduct visual inspections and make necessary adjustment to conform to job specifications.
  • Prepare and operate various welding machine equipment.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
9

MIG, TIG Welder

Visually inspected fire truck ladders, stabilizers and frames for manufacturing and in service defects

  • Performed leak detection on water tanks, foam tanks, and water pump piping systems
  • Prepared and welded defective part in accordance with he applicable Welding Procedure
  • Sheared and bended aluminum diamond plate sheet metal in close tolerance to fabricate boxes that are installed on fire trucks
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
AAS
Welding Technology( Code Welding)
10

Tig Welder

Contractor for a welding manufacturer that made customized kitchen equipment

  • Reviewing the drawings, blueprints and/or work order to fabricate parts
  • Performing 90% TIG Welding 10% MIG Welding producing kitchen tables, cabinets, overhead hoods for restaurants
  • Welded stainless steel material staying within tolerances of 1/16 of an inch
  • Performed quality control duties
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
HS
High School Diploma

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