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Jacob Yost Miller
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  • San Diego CA.
  • United States Minor Outlying Islands
  • GMAW, GTAW, MIG
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Ray Moye commented on Jacob Yost Miller's blog post need advice
"If you can run a smooth open butt root with no suck back, then when you take the EB Ring test just be calm. Keep your tungsten pointed straight in as possible to avoid suck back this will be your worst enemy with this test. Keep both coupons the…"
Apr 2, 2010
Bob Sampson commented on Jacob Yost Miller's blog post need advice
"Jacob, I worked in a weld school at a naval shipyard for about 15 years and administered weld tests to hundreds of applicants, many of whom clearly seemed to be out of their element. Unless things have changed since I moved on (10+ years ago) the…"
Mar 12, 2010
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need advice

I have some years in the trade as a comercial welder and I want to get into the marine, ship repair industry in san diego. I'm finding out that navy qualifications are much different than comercial standards. Does anyone have any advice on technique or skill set. Each time I've gotten the opportunity to do a weld test it has been a differen't process or procedure. Any input would help.
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What is your current job ?
welder
What welding processes do you work with ?
GMAW, GTAW, MIG
How many years experience in Welding?
15
Name of School/College/University
Ramona High School

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need advice

Posted on February 12, 2010 at 10:26pm 2 Comments

I have some years in the trade as a comercial welder and I want to get into the marine, ship repair industry in san diego. I'm finding out that navy qualifications are much different than comercial standards. Does anyone have any advice on technique or skill set. Each time I've gotten the opportunity to do a weld test it has been a differen't process or procedure. Any input would help.

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