"The price of success is dedication, hard work and relentless commitment to what you want to achieve."
Frank Lloyd Wright
To solve a problem, in mine, as probably in every other work, the question of perspective arises. If I change my perspective, I can see the problem from a different angle and, if necessary, solve it. So over the years, I have acquired various welding and testing techniques that allow me to use a significantly more comprehensive range of perspectives and approaches in my projects.
Despite many highly developed measurement and imaging processes, visual inspection is a proven, non-destructive testing method for quality assurance. The VT (Visual Testing) abbreviated method is used in all phases of manufacturing processes to examine components for apparent deviations in shape, dimensions, surface properties, or color. As part of maintenance work and damage analysis, the visual inspection for defects, scratches, cracks, and corrosion is usually the first step in further testing procedures.
Dye penetrant testing is often used when testing surfaces for material defects, as it is efficient, fast, and inexpensive compared to other non-destructive testing methods (NDT). Dye penetration testing (PT = penetration testing) is used in industries such as aerospace, shipbuilding, automotive foundries, forging, and mechanical engineering, for example, to test the quality of welds and die-cast parts. The PT test is also used to test the external properties of components after a certain period of use.
Tungsten inert gas welding (TIG welding) belongs to the group of fusion welding processes and is characterized by particularly clean processing, high seam quality, and almost universal applicability in the field of metals. TIG welding is mainly used in applications where the demands on the quality and appearance of the weld seam are very high.
MAG welding belongs to the group of gas-protected metal arc welding processes, in which a wire electrode is melted under protective gas and is particularly widespread in industrial production for joining metallic materials. The process is characterized by a high processing speed and the possibility of automation. It is therefore particularly suitable for industrial applications.
MAG / FILLED WIRE:
Cored wire welding is a welding process that has been established for a long time and enables delicate and permanent weld seams in a short time. Cored wire is used, which is an alternative to standard solid wire. It consists of a metallic jacket that is filled with powder. MMA