Philip Hamilton

Certified welder

Washington USA

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Philip Hamilton
27 Lindwood Avenue Northeast, East Wenatchee, WA 98802
Ph: 5094334301
Professional Summary
Accomplished and energetic welder with a solid history of achievement in Metal Fabrication . Motivated leader with strong organizational and prioritization abilities. Areas of expertise include welding processes for mig, tig, and arc procedures
English LanguageBuilding and Construction
Quality Control AnalysisTime Management
Complex Problem SolvingRepairing
Active LearningTroubleshooting
Public Safety and SecurityEquipment Maintenance
Management of Material Resources
Welder/ownerOct 2017-Present
Phil Hamiltons Mobile Welding/fabrication East Wenatchee, WA
Experience welding trailers
Building and welding aluminum docks.
Building hand rails
vehichle exhausts
Repairing and welding farm equipment.
Certified in welding structural steel in all positions.
WelderNov 2015-Present
Weld components in flat, vertical, or overhead positions.
Operate safety equipment and use safe work habits.
Lay out, position, align, and secure parts and assemblies prior to assembly, using straightedges, combination squares, calipers, and rulers.
Recognize, set up, and operate hand and power tools common to the welding trade, such as shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
Select and install torches, torch tips, filler rods, and flux, according to welding chart specifications or types and thicknesses of metals.
Connect and turn regulator valves to activate and adjust gas flow and pressure so that desired flames are obtained.
Determine required equipment and welding methods, applying knowledge of metallurgy, geometry, and welding techniques.
Analyze engineering drawings, blueprints, specifications, sketches, work orders, and material safety data sheets to plan layout, assembly, and welding operations.
Chip or grind off excess weld, slag, or spatter, using hand scrapers or power chippers, portable grinders, or arc-cutting equipment.
Position and secure workpieces, using hoists, cranes, wire, and banding machines or hand tools.
Cut, contour, and bevel metal plates and structural shapes to dimensions as specified by blueprints, layouts, work orders, and templates, using powered saws, hand shears, or chipping knives.
WelderJan 2014-Nov 2016
CSAMalaga, WA
Fill holes, and increase the size of metal parts.

Check grooves, angles, or gap allowances, using micrometers, calipers, and precision measuring instruments.
Repair products by dismantling, straightening, reshaping, and reassembling parts, using cutting torches, straightening presses, and hand tools.
Estimate materials needed for production and manufacturing and maintain required stocks of materials.
Operate metal shaping, straightening, and bending machines, such as brakes and shears.
Set up and use ladders and scaffolding as necessary to complete work.
Gouge metals, using the air-arc gouging process.
Hammer out bulges or bends in metal workpieces.
Dismantle metal assemblies or cut scrap metal, using thermal-cutting equipment such as flame-cutting torches or plasma-arc equipment.
Mix and apply protective coatings to products.