Welding Assignments

Last Updated: 5/24/2020 12:16 PM

Welding Assignments


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Assignments will be posted on Mondays by noon for the week.   All Assignments are due before Fridays at noon.   Please email your instructor with the link above to turn in weekly assignment.   If you have questions or problems with the work please email the instructor or the learning support personnel that would normally assist you with your work with the links above.


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Week of May 25th Assignments

Please complete all previous assignments and return to me with your name and the assignment # so you can get credit for them.   Thank You!


Week of May 18th Assignments


  OK Guys

     This week I figured we could check out something most of you probably never heard of. As we all know there are different forms of welding that most people never see or hear about and spray welding is one of them. I see this guy as an absolute artist when it comes to welding in a machining setting. I want you folks to really pay attention to his instructions and even better to his demonstration. Please give me a 100 word description of what you took away from this video and I want to know your opinion on the trade.

                                                                                                                                          BE GOOD




Week of May 11th Assignments

 Okay guys, I love all of the responses to last weeks video and it seems that everyone is in agreement that the TIG root is definitely the hardest pass. I want to switch it up a little bit this week, I want you to send me a video that you feel is a good example and also a good learning tool for your favorite welding process and the position you prefer along with a short description of the video. I will watch them and give you my opinion on them ,remember that will be a lot of videos for me to watch so try to take it easy on me and keep them kinda short.


I will be at the school all day during school hours this Tuesday if anyone wants to stop for their things from their lockers or have someone pick them up for you.



Week of May 4th Assignments

     Okay guys, assignment 6 is a good one. One thing that we haven’t touched yet is Pipe Welding and I know that quite a few students have asked me about it so the best I can do is find you some good examples. The guy in the video I’ve attached is awesome, very informative and he does an outstanding job. I want you folks to watch the video then give me a 150 word report on which parts of the process look hardest and easiest. Let me know what you think of the video and if it helps you understand pipe a bit more.



     So far all of the assignments you’ve all turned in are really good. It’s hard to teach and learn welding over a computer but we are all doing the best we can with what we have to work with and I appreciate all of your cooperation. A few students stopped at the school to clean out their lockers this evening and there are still more who want to stop for their stuff, let me know if you’re interested in getting your things in the evening this week and we can arrange a date.


     Keep up the good work, stay safe and try to stay out of trouble guys.



Week of April 27th Assignments





I want to let you guys know that you all did an awesome job on the reports and I really enjoyed the pictures some of you sent me, you’ve all come a long way since day one. This week I’ve included 2 youtube videos links on Oxy Fuel Welding and Safety, This is is something we didn’t get a chance to get into so I guess this is the best start to learning it. This is a very primitive way to weld, it’s not very fun and it’s usually never pretty but it’s still good to know how to do it. Try to give me a brief 50 or so word description of which video you liked most and why. Also please let me know who would like to get some stuff out or their lockers this coming Sunday and I will try to set up times to meet at the school.





Week of April 20th Assignments

 So far all of the assignments turned in have been great. For the next assignment I want to have a little fun with it. I would like everyone to send me a 150 word report on their favorite welding process, please include what position you prefer such as (flat, horizontal, vertical etc.). Many of you folks take pictures of your welds which I think is awesome that you are excited and really into what you’re doing. If you have any pictures of your favorite welding process send me a few if you can (I would love to see the good, the bad and the ugly ones) if you have them.


                  Thanks guys             Stay safe



Week of April 13th Assignments

Here is a weld symbol chart and a few weld symbol questions.   Review the chart and send me the answers to the worksheet in an email.

welding symbol chart


Click on this link to see the worksheet questions


Everyone has been doing awesome on their assignments (keep up the good work).



Week of April 6 Assignments

Here are two different worksheets to go along with the blueprint lesson we are currently on. I would like answers for both (one in fraction form and one in decimal form). Email me with any questions you might have, this is what we were doing before the big unwanted break.






Week of March 30 Assignments


For our first on line assignment I would like each of my students to write a 100 word report on the profession they plan to pursue in the welding job field and in what way they would consider themselves an essential employee when the rest of the country is in quarantine.

Email me the report using the email link at the top of the page.



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