December 9, 2021
A further introduction of automation and the world of Cobots into our industry. We will give a brief history and justification for the integration of “Cobots” in everyday tasks, creating a safe environment for the worker, while increasing productivity, reliability, and quality, at an overall lower cost.
Mr. Stoll is currently with ARC Specialties of Houston as an outside sales application engineering representative. He has served as an application engineer, and strategic accounts manager, for 6 years with voestalpine Bohler Welding North America after retiring from Lincoln Electric-Metrode Products Ltd. with 27 years of service, the last 5 years as the North American Manager of Alloy Sales.
His experience also includes time spent with Cameron Iron Works, BOC Consumables, Big 3 Industries, and H.B. Zachry. His extensive experience in the petrochemical industry includes assisting many varied companies in the development and implementation of their welding procedures and practices.
He is a member of NACE, a life member of AWS with 40+ years of continuing service and a past AWS District 18 Director. He was elected and served on the Executive Committee of the AWS Board of Directors in 2016.
He is also a member of ASME, and serves on several API committees. He has served on the advisory boards for both San Jacinto College and Tulsa Welding School (Houston campus). He has been a judge for the Houston Livestock Show’s Ag-Mechanics contest for the past 20 years and continues to do so.
He has developed, produced, and conducted at least two Welding Symposiums per year, for the past 15 years, for the greater Gulf Coast area. In addition to the educational aspect, these conferences have allowed QA/QC management, Welding Engineers, and Sr. Welding personnel a chance to meet and discuss common industry challenges. These Symposiums have included some of our industry’s leading authorities sharing their experience and wisdom pertaining to the betterment of our welding industry. As a bonus, PDH credit hours have been awarded to the participants.
In addition, by request, Mr. Stoll has developed and presented specialized training seminars to a number of engineering companies and their staffs for Petro-Chemical Companies, Refineries, and Power Producers, as well as their fabricators. These presentations were tailored to the customer’s specific requirements, from basic stick electrode knowledge, to the effects of post weld heat treating of Chrome-Molly steels, to the use of drones in field inspection.
Open: July 2021
Deadline: Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 6pm
6 PDHs Earned
Registrations are non-transferable.
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- Company logo placement during virtual event break
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December 9, 2021
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