Lincoln Electric Experts Offer Insight into Aluminum Welding Technology and Practice at Upcoming AWS 15th Annual Aluminum Welding Conference
Attendees also will have opportunity to check out the latest in aluminum welding technologies and services during the exhibition
Two Lincoln Electric experts will share their insights about aluminum welding as part of a distinguished panel of speakers presenting during the upcoming American Welding Society (AWS) 15th Annual Aluminum Welding Conference, Sept. 18-19, in Seattle.
Frank Armao, Director of Aluminum Technology, Lincoln Electric, and Greg Doria, Director of Global Sales – Indalco Alloys, a division of The Lincoln Electric Company of Canada LP, will present three sessions during the first day of the conference, held at the Hilton Seattle.
Frank Armao, Director of Aluminum Technology
Greg Doria, Director of Global Sales
|The Aluminum Designation System
Armao will explain AA's aluminum alloy and temper designation system, as well as the physical and mechanical properties of aluminum alloys at 9:15 a.m. on Sept. 18.
GAS METAL ARC WELDING
He also will present at 2:15 p.m. on Sept. 18. In this presentation, Armao will discuss metal transfer modes, shielding gas types, wire feed systems, and power source selection – constant voltage, constant current, pulse or variable polarity.
||Metal Preparation for Aluminum Welding
On that same day at 1:30 p.m.., Doria will present “Metal Preparation for Aluminum Welding” – one of the key steps in producing good quality welded joints. He will stress the importance of proper weld preparations to avoid weld discontinuities in aluminum welding.
In addition to listening to these great Lincoln Electric speakers, conference participants also will have the opportunity to visit the Lincoln Electric booth in the exhibition area of the conference for networking and a chance to see and discuss the latest products and services available for the aluminum welding industry.
For more information on the conference, or to register, visit the 15th Annual Aluminum Conference website.