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At least four parts an hour produced. The welder should be welding with the 0. The welders average arc on time each hour is 20 minutes thats a consumtion of 10 cuft of gas, or a dollars worth of gas. So as you see we have the hourly production requirements, the weld wire used per part, the gas costs and the weld wire required per-shift. You wont find info simplified like this at Lincoln.
I hope you find that my clock method and simple approach to weld costs helps. Two important Industries that rarely have control of their weld costs or their quality. THE BAD NEWS: When it comes to welding, these are two dinosaur industries in which weld best practices - process control are almost none existent, The too common weld process ignorance and hands off managers - engineers has resulted in a weld shop culture in which; [a] the patients are running the hospital, [b] technical advice is derived from salesmen, [b] change is the most difficult thing to implement, [c] weld costs are poorly understood and often out of control.
During the first four months ofI presented my unique, manual, gas shielded flux cored process control training programs to Aker Kvaerner. Aker is an international ship builder and this ship building yard was located in the Philadelphia Naval Ship Yard.
The plus welders in the yard mostly used E71T-1 1. To work at the yard, the welders had to pass an all position, gas shielded flux cored weld qualification test. The welds were in accordance with the ABS welder qualification requirements and with the information from the yard's weld procedures. The ABS flux cored welder qualification test was nothing more than a chance for the welders to put numerous weld that meant little into a groove joint, and then spend extensive grinding the welds.
The ABS welder qualification test also had little in common with the weld requirements and weld application variables which are typically found in any ship yard. To show the management what an important missing link was in their yard, I provided a fundamental written process control weld test for all those involved including supervisors and QA personnel. The process test revealed that all those who had passed the welder qualification test had a good reason why most of the weld personnel "played around with their weld Submerge (E-Craig Mix) One hundred percent of the employees including the engineers lacked flux cored weld process control - best practice expertise, and lacked the awareness of the unique requirements necessary to consistently achieve optimum weld quality for the Vee Groove, ceramic backed plate welds.
I believe the same results would be attained in any global ship yard and especially in Naval ship yards. In a time of global, MIG - flux cored and TIG welder shortage, when many companies find it difficult to interrupt their daily fire quenching efforts in the weld department, management take note.
At the Aker yard the management was enthusiastic about the new flux cored training program. It took a few weeks to train the plus yard welders. Immediately at the training completion, the Aker ship yard QA department management and personnel started to analyze the weld rework results and costs. I have never understood the typical QA department weld inspection philosophy that's prevalent in most global weld shops. The ship yard management reported that the reduced weld rework, labor and NDT costs, would resulted in a cost savings of approx.
Examine the real world ship yard weld cost reduction and benefits from my unique flux cored process control training program. For the training. To this add the actual training costs of approx. Some of you may wonder what's the difference between this type of weld training program and the MIG and flux cored weld training you could expect in any North American, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, European ship yard or any manufacturing facility?
For decades conventional training in ship yards, Navy yards and manufacturing plants has focussed on the "welders skills", especially on stick welding skills which has nothing in common with the requirements for MIG or flux cored weld.
It's not unusual for weld personnel to have weeks of hands on MIG and flux cored welder training at the ship yards and then find that when it comes to MIG and flux cored welds, the welders will.
In the ship yards I visited it was common to find the welders would all use one setting for all welds. Typically inappropriate stick weld techniques were common with the MIG and flux cored process, Submerge (E-Craig Mix).
This of course limits the daily weld productivity potential the welders could achieve. As with all my training programs, the training enables each individual to achieve weld process optimization for the flux cored consumables utilized and for the all position, vee groove, ceramic backed, or open root applications.
For the welders who took the eight 8 hour training, program the simple clock method enabled those individuals to have the ability to instantly set optimum parameters for both the consumables and the weld joint variables which in the yard were many.
This training provides instant dramatic improvements in their weld ability as you can see with this before and after weld. As you can see, on the left picture we have a weld made by a so called qualified ship yard welder that obviously had poor weld skills, poor techniques and used poor settings. These two vertical up, 15 mm vee groove, ceramic backed weld samples, using E71T-1 flux cored wires and straight CO2, were made by the same welder on the day of training.
On the left, before the training, and on the right after the 8 hours of my best practice - process control training. Even when the welder had good skills, this process control training will increase the welders weld quality and productivity capability. What was also important, each welder became aware of the unique flux cored weld parameters and technique requirements to address the variable edge preps and root gaps over the ceramic. Ceramic is rarely used outside ship yards and welding oversized root gaps across a none conductive ceramic requires unique process and technique requirements.
The weld training results were dramatic, with all weld personnel attaining an instant reduction in lack of weld fusion, slag entrapment and porosity defects. The improvements by all the welders was immediately noticed by the ship yard QA management who daily measured the dramatic improvements evident with NDT and radiographs and the allocated man hours required Submerge (E-Craig Mix) weld rework.
By the way, few global ship yards or manufacturing facilities examine the cost effectiveness of the training programs they use or develop.
Instead of an eight hour training program, many yards would not think twice about providing a forty hour welder training program. For welders in a North American facility, that 40 hours training with labor and associated training costs would be approx. Plus the facility will have lost production hours. Many thanks to some Tom O'Malley the owner of Excell. Tom's company was the prime weld products supplier to the Philadelphia Naval Ship yard.
Tom provided the facilities and equipment for the training. Tom also assisted with the program in both the classroom and hands on training. Tom was one of those rare owners of a weld supply company tha t actually spends many hours per-week evaluating weld processes equipment and consumables. I took over hours to develop the MIG and Flux Cored weld best practices - process control programs, it will take you 10 to 15 hours to learn what you need.
These programs are available here. Dont ask the engineering mgr. The sad reality with many companies, is their robots rarely provide their real weld their production potential and too many robot welds require extensive manual weld repairs.
The prime factors that control the robot weld production efficiency potential are. The wire feed rate controls the robot weld speed. Sister Bliss - 'Life's A Bitch' [white label] Apollo - 'Liquid Cool' [Stealth Sonic] Danny Red - 'Riddim Wise' [Colombia] Mathar - 'Indian Vibes' [Virgin] Cubace - 'CU Bass' [white label] LWS - 'Gosp' [Transworld] Cover Ups Vol.
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