Welding Operator, The

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Welding Operator, The is a short film from 1942 released on 16mm. It is held in the Prelinger Archives collection.

The first part of the film shows oxyacetylene equipment being used by an operator; and illustrates flat and overhead welding and cutting. Electric resistance and arc welding are also presented. Among the operations shown are spot welding, arc, including the shielded arc, metal table and carbon rod methods. Typical jobs in both production and job welding are explained. The knowledge and physical requirements necessary to be a good welding operator are brought out. There are opportunities in steel mills and automotive industries, in air craft, building, bridge, and pipe line work.

Welding Operator, The
Produced byHolmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
Distributed byHolmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
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