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This might be an interesting conference to attend

This might be an interesting conference to attend

This might be an interesting conference to attend

If you are a welding engineer, welding specialist or just interested in hearing more about robotic welding technology and related fields, you can register for the American Welding Society’s (AWS) 7th Robotic Arc Welding Conference and Exhibition.  Orlando, Florida will be the host city for this year’s conference, which is scheduled for February 10 & 11, 2003.  To register call Gladys Santana at (800) 443-9353, ext.223 or email gladys@aws.org.

The two-day program will include sessions spent reviewing basic terms and concepts of robotic arc welding, and an insightful keynote presentation on the evolution of arc welding robots to the present and what we can expect to see in the future.  Informative tutorials will discuss Safety and Controls, Automation and Robotics in Pipeline Welding, The Do’s and Don’ts of Robotic Positioners, and Laser Hybrid Welding for Automotive Application.

To get the most out of the conference, it is recommended that you read the following specifications:
D16.2 Standard for Components of Robotic and Automatic Welding Installations
D16.3 Risk Assessment Guide for Robotic Arc Welding
D16.4 Specification for Qualification of Robotic Arc Welding Personnel

For detailed information on exhibiting at the 7th Robotic Arc Welding Conference & Exhibition, or to attend, please call 800-443-9353, extension 223, or visit our website at www.aws.org and click on “Conferences.”

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