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How to Weld Titanium

Why You Should Attend

Any individuals wishing to learn how to weld titanium correctly or wishing to learn how to weld titanium more effectively will benefit from this workshop. Techniques will be discussed unique to titanium not readily apparent in other metal joining. The course will discuss various forms of titanium joining like Electron Beam, Laser, MIG, TIG and Plasma. Primary focus will be on the GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) or Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) method for joining titanium.

Individuals will also learn to deal with the challenges of everyday fabrication in the true shop environment. Titanium can and is welded every day in the open shop environment for the most stringent and critical applications and you can too. Join us for this 1-day workshop to learn how.

Course Objectives & Content

Four hours of classroom study includes instructions on the correct welding equipment and work area needed for a successful titanium weld, proper joint design,
anti-contamination  procedures, and how to evaluate procedures and techniques. Three-hour hands-on exercises will follow for a full day workshop.

This Workshop will provide information on the following categories:

• Titanium History & Background
• Characteristics – What is important for welding.
• General Manufacturing/Welding Processes Used
• Joining: Weldable Materials and Filler Materials
• Preparation for welding, cutting and cleaning
• Equipment to use, how to set it up
• Correct Titanium Techniques
• Welding practice
• Post Welding Issues
• Metallography
• Quality Control, WPQR and WPS
• Stress Relieving
• Safety

Welders should bring helmets if they want to work on their technique


About the Edison Welding Institute

Since the early 1980s, EWI has helped manufacturers in the aerospace, automotive, defense manufacturing, and electronics industries improve their productivity, time to market, and pro allied technologies Today, we provide applied research, manufacturing support, and strategic services to nearly 2800 member companies locations world wide. We also operate a number of centers that act as hubs for the advancement of specific technologies and industries; all manufacturing sector more competitive on a global scale.  Our headquarters in Columbus, Ohio contains full-size laboratories and a staff of highly skilled engineers, scientists –- here to help you solve your toughest manufacturing process and production issues


If you are interested in hosting a class, please email Jennifer Simpson directly


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