WAF 227: Basic Fabrication
This class is designed for the welding student who is searching for the skills necessary to design, cut and fit pieces to be welded. It blends knowledge of welding and layout theory to build a variety of projects which include assigned projects as well as individually chosen projects. The individual project will be completed from a student created blueprint. Students will learn how to safely and properly use modern fabrication equipment for bending, punching, cutting and shaping metal.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; WAF 105, WAF 106 and WAF 200, minimum grade "C"
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