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The plastic fabrication course dvvs jam-packed with industry knowledge, ranging from thermoplastic structure and physics, as well as theoretical and practical hot gas welding processes. This course successfully prepared attendees with the proper knowledge on the materials they’re working with, as well as expert welding techniques to perfect their craft in the field. At the end of the course, participants took the theoretical and practical exams, which adheres to DVS and DVS standards.
I sat down with Dave, who gave further insight into what this course dv. The DVS training program was great! We have received lots of positive feedback from both Leister employees and external trainees. Jens did a fantastic job leading the course from the classroom to the hands-on training.
From this knowledge dump, they were able to increase their intelligence on the material they work with in the field, as well as their welding capabilities. The beginning of the day started in the classroom, going over theory, while the afternoon focused on practical welding. It was important to start off the day with theory as it gave trainees more insight on how to complete securely bonded welds.
What made this course so successful and what do you think will make for an even better training course next year?
Qualification testing of plastics welders – Qualification Test Groups I and II (DVS 2212-1)
Jens ability to transfer his depth of knowledge in a way that’s easily understood, made for a very pleasant experience for trainees. Not only was Jens a big part of the success of 221-21 course, but the trainee’s willingness and desire to learn as much information as possible, made for a smooth class all-around.
Next year we will alter some of the equipment and material to better fit the practical welding.
Our goal is to be more proactive in the field when offering and explaining the training to existing and prospective customers. It varies; however, the certification lends credibility when discussing capabilities.
The license is proof that the individual welder is qualified and has passed a rigorous examination of theoretical and practical plastic welding.
It also gives lots of knowledge and confidence to welders in the process, as well as their ability to weld. Companies can offer customers guaranteed work based on DVS specs.
Did you notice a difference in the welds when trainees first began to the time 222-1 they finished the course? Trainees listened intently to all the information delivered by Jens and studied his every move as he welded.
By the end of the course, it was clear that the knowledge they absorbed had resulted in improved welding techniques and ability. Attendees were able to perfect high quality, permanent weld geometry and seams that even wow Jens.
V-seam and fillet were the most commonly performed welds.
The fillet weld is one of the most frequently-used seam geometries. It’s produced by welding two work pieces that are met in a t-joint. For more information, view our plastic fabrication catalog: Extrusion and hot-air hand welders. If so, what can interested parties expect for the next course? If it were up to me, then there will be another DVS course next year. Interested guests can expect comprehensive and verifiable plastic fabrication welding training according to DVS standards.
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This course couldn’t have been put together and result in so much success if it weren’t for the following people and organizations: How’d the attendees like the course? What did a typical day look like for this course? What were some of the topics covered in the class? What type of welds were attendees performing most? Is there anyone you’d like to thank and give a “shout out” to?