Hobart Institute of Welding Technology (Troy, OH) provides a Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Aerospace (GTA110) course that was designed by a group of individuals with over 30 years of combined aerospace welding experience, in response to the recommendation of the Institute’s Program Advisory Committee. Students enrolled in this 70-hour course will develop the skills necessary for entrance into the high demand aerospace industry. During the course, students will work with typical materials, weld joint configurations and tools involved in production and testing within aerospace manufacturing and repair. Course guidelines will be taught and welds inspected in accordance with American Welding Society D17.1 Aerospace Welding Code.
Combilift and Author Join Forces on New Kids’ Book
Award-winning Combilift and award-winning author, Emer Conlon, have produced a children’s storybook that features forklift heroes and teaches important values. The ‘combi-nation’ has the added benefit of educating young kids and their parents about the company’s equipment and the material handling industry.
ARCH Cutting Tools Takes Top Place in ANCA Competition
A complex, multifunctional tool measuring an inch in diameter with a long functional cutting length, the ARCH tool checked every box to win the prestigious ANCA Tool of the Year 2020.