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Announcing an October 2019 Event - Welding Pavilion Student Competition - Register Now!
October 8th -10th at WiMTS, Exposition Center, Wisconsin State Fair Park - WELDING PAVILION (scroll down for student registration form)
The Welding Pavilion consists of multiple operating welding stations that will be used to highlight emerging welding technologies, best safety practices related to fume removal technologies, and proper methods of ventilation.
Overview: The contest will consist of individual students engaged in two processes: 1) Performing a horizontal 3/16” fillet weld on 10 gauge carbon steel, plus a vertical down hand 3/16” fillet weld on 10 gauge carbon steel; and 2) Performing a horizontal ¼” fillet weld on ¼” carbon steel, plus a vertical up ¼” fillet weld on ¼” carbon steel.
Online registration is open. You may also register on-site during the event.
Note: If you register, you are claiming to be 18 years of age or older.
Full Contest Rules
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