Hi all,
One final reminder - the Welding Technologies for Education EXPO is happening on Thursday.

We have a good number of RSVP’s so far, but if you haven’t responded yet and your schedule has opened up, sign up now so we can plan lunch.  https://goo.gl/forms/bipzZxlPJKXLKlaB3

Parking pass is attached. Best place to park at Chabot College is Student Lot E.


  • guideWELD VR welding simulator
  • guideWELD LIVE welding helmet system and the 
  • guideWELD Welding Defect Kit
  • Lincoln RealWeld Welding Trainer
  • Lincoln Educational Robotic Welding Cell
  • Miller LiveArc 
  • Miller Augmented Arc 
  • AWS Online training courses


Dear College & High School Welding Instructors,
Save the date for Thursday, June 15. We’ll be holding a welding Expo where companies will demonstrate the latest technologies used in welding education (AR, VR, etc.). More details below.


P.S. Please feel free to forward this on to others that might be interested.


What: Advanced Welding Technologies for Education EXPO
When: June 15 (Thursday), 10 am - 3 pm
Location: Chabot College (Hayward) 
Building 1400
                Demonstrations set up in Room 1416

What: A chance for teachers to come learn about the technology in welding education (augmented reality, virtual reality, online classes, robotics, etc.)
Drop-in demonstrations will be offered by welding technology companies (Miller, Lincoln-Electric, RealityWorks) from 10 am - 3 pm.
From 11:30 am - 1 pm, we will have lunch and a more formal session with company representatives giving seminars on the technologies.
Who (should come):
If you teach welding (or work with welders), either in schools or at a company, this is a great opportunity to learn more about what technology is out there for welding education.
RSVP: Please let us know if you’re attending by signing up at:  https://goo.gl/forms/bipzZxlPJKXLKlaB3 

Note, this is NOT an expo for welding technologies, but for technologies used in training. We’ll be holding an expo later this year for new welding technologies used by industry.

Mark Martin, PhD
Regional Director (DSN), Bay Area
Advanced Manufacturing Workforce Development
California Community Colleges

(650) 248-7728

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