ISO9001:2015 Fully Certified
ISO/TS16949 Fully Certified
Hongtai Technology Park,Nanmen,Qiaoli,Changping,Dongguan city,Guangdong,China
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---From Chris Inducto Australia
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---From Freddy Sandvik Sweden
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5 steps to code welding success Part 5
Metal fabrication has a lot of moving parts. The more complex a project becomes, the more moving parts it has, incorporating a variety of skilled trades and professionals: mechanical, coating, designers, engineers, architects. The number of variables that need to be accounted for to achieve a successful, structurally sound, and safe fabrication project can be truly mind-boggling.
Welders learn by doing too, but when it comes to code-level work, those processes are well-documented. The CWIs and welding managers reading the codebooks also know nomenclature designed to minimize ambiguity. Ambiguity can wreak havoc on large construction and industrial projects, and some are so complex that it’s impossible to eliminate all ambiguity up and down the supply chain. The unexpected is bound to happen sometimes. But as Cameron explained, if the weld shop follows its contract documents and, most importantly, the current version of the welding codes, it’s protected.