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My product is a 700r4 transmission taken apart, cleaned, wire wheeled, polished and is sitting on four diesel mechanic wrenches that have been welded and screwed on.
Transmission Coffee Table
Thesis: The Demand for Welders
This project and research paper relate to each other by the need for welders, also the skill and creativity to fabricate metals together.
I faced many challenges with this project because the transmission is aluminum and the wrenches are stainless steel. because steel is much denser than aluminum, they cant be welded together, so I took a steel gear from the transmission and bolted it onto the transfer case so I could weld the wrenches onto it.
The screws that were holding the legs onto the transfer case were weak, so I had to come up with some ideas to make it strong and sturdy. I took three small wrenches and welded them onto each screw and welded the end of them together so all of them would be touching and would make them all stronger because it is evening out the weight.
After everything was completed and the final touches were done, I sat back and stared at it. I was over whelmed with joy because of seeing something that I took from scratch, used my creativity and made it into something I wanted
Senior Project Journey
I learned that I am creative and consistent in my work to get something done and taking my time to perfect every detail.
My project does correlate with my pursue in welding. instead of fabricating metals and being creative, I would like to weld on the pipeline or oilrigs
doing this project hasn’t changed my pursue in welding but only motivating me more.
I appreciate the time you have taken to hear me on my senior project. thank you!