The Lincoln Electric Welding Technology Center performs professional seminars and workshops throughout the year on various topics of customer interest to inform participants of the latest in engineering practices and concepts.
For over 50 years, more than 15,000 engineers have attended the Blodgett seminars. This program is for those responsible for reducing costs and improving productivity and quality through the efficient design of steel weldments for metal product applications.
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This workshop is currently being redeveloped.
Lincoln Electric conducts several training seminars at various locations around North America that have been arranged by our local District Sales offices. Courses vary in length from 1/2 day to one week. These programs cover various topics, including, but not limited to, State Welding Educator Workshops, Nextweld® technology and Power Wave® AC/DC 1000® seminars, and Distributor Training and Service School programs.
For more information on course dates and types of training being provided locally, please contact your local Lincoln Electric District Sales office.
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At Lincoln Electric, we understand that improving your productivity with automation includes understanding how to properly use a Lincoln® Automation product. That’s why we put all of our knowledge into your training. Over 550 graduates each year can tell you that Lincoln’s Automation instructors are among the most supportive and knowledgeable.
Lincoln Electric offers a variety of training courses for our network of authorized field service shops. The courses vary from three to five days and cover detailed instruction on how to troubleshoot and repair various Lincoln Electric welding equipment.They also include discussions on basic electricity and welder components, basic circuitry and theory of operation.
This course is geared for Lincoln Electric’s international distributors of all experience levels. Other topics include arc welding safety, basic electricity and welder components, plasma arc cutting, basic metallurgy for welding of common low alloy and high alloy materials, fume extraction and machine troubleshooting. Also covered will be Lincoln Electric’s international sales and service support.
2013 International Basic Distributor Training
2013 International Advanced Distributor/Customer Training
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