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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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There are lots of talented welders willing to share their experience and it's up to you to listen.
He expects that the new class of Welders (Brett Abelman, Annalisa Dias, Rachel Hynes, Ronee Penoi, Alexandra Petri, Hannah Hessel Ratner, Deb Sivigny, and Stephen Spotswood) will avoid some of the missteps his class made.
The GLX-3 welder is designed for large-format parts that require greater laser and clamping power.
When we read that we will need 378,000 welders by 2022, what does that really mean?
Yet the college knows that the skills of welders and other workers must be constantly updated.
KEY WORDS: Work related musculoskeletal disorders, Nordic Musculoskeletal Questionnaire (NMQ), Risk factors of disorders, welders.
Welders would not be expected to be proficient in every type of weld as different methods suit different industries or companies.
This compares to pneumatic welders that attempt to control the weld speed by air pressure through a proportional valve device which the company says can be problematic because actual collapse speed during welding is a variable and validating the air pressure does not ensure that collapse speed is accurate and consistent.
We are gearing up towards a potential nuclear new-build and renewable energies certainly require skilled welders.
The AWS estimates a shortage of at least 200,000 welders by 2010.
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.