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verb A slang term meaning to defibrillate, as in, ‘I welded the patient 3 times and he was still in V fib’

weld

(wĕld) [variant of well, to boil]
To fuse or join two objects with heat.
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As welding has matured into a more sophisticated industry and the demand for automation on the shop floor has grown, so too has the need for more specialized welders who understand beyond just how to hold a torch and weld.
Yet the college knows that the skills of welders and other workers must be constantly updated.
As billions of dollars of infrastructure, shipbuilding, and energy projects get underway from coast to coast, the demand for welders in Canada is at the highest level in recent memory.
KEY WORDS: Work related musculoskeletal disorders, Nordic Musculoskeletal Questionnaire (NMQ), Risk factors of disorders, welders.
"We have looked in Eastern Europe, and we went over to the Philippines to check on the quality of their welders. They were fantastic.
Welders normally work a 37 to 39-hour basic week, which may include shifts working unsocial hours.
Collapse standard deviation of the iQ welder is three times better than that of a pneumatic machine.
Rolls-Royce is one engineering company looking to recruit welders for major projects in the next few years.
The donations were granted to the AWS Foundation Welder Workforce Development Program, which was launched in 2006 to address the need for recruitment and specialized training of entry-level welders while supporting welding workforce needs for companies.
Lincoln's Ranger 3-Phase welder and Ranger GXT welders with mechanical or electric fuel pump are both integrated with the Kohler OHV Command CH23S engine rated 23 hp at 3600 rpm.
Thunder Bay's Confederation College has struck an agreement with Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) to re-train their track welders.
Welders, often known as welder fabricators, cut, shape and join materials to make products and components in a wide variety of industries including construction, shipbuilding, engineering, transport, power, automotive, aerospace, and offshore oil and gas.