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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WELDING EXAMINER AND WELDING ENGINEER

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WELDING EXAMINER AND WELDING ENGINEER

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Dear ExPerts,


I would like to know about the difference between WELDING EXAMINER AND WELDING ENGINEER?



Thanks in advance.

REGARDS,

G.SRIRAM.

Dream,Dream,Dream Dream transforms in to thoughts.And thoughts result in action

RE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WELDING EXAMINER AND WELDING ENGINEER

From what I have seen in industry, the welding examiner performs Quality Control (QC) or Quality Assurance (QA) functions related to welding, while a Welding Engineer is mostly responsible for design of weldments. There can be overlap where the Welding Engineer can perform QA functions with the Welding Examiner.

RE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WELDING EXAMINER AND WELDING ENGINEER

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Dear Mr.metengr,

Thanking You.

REGARDS,

G.SRIRAM.

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RE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WELDING EXAMINER AND WELDING ENGINEER

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Dear Mr. SJones,

Thanking You for providing the documents.

REGARDS,

G.SRIRAM.

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