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Welding information from TWI Software

TWI (The Welding Institute) : 07 April, 2005  (New Product)
TWI Software has released a new off-the-shelf version of its
Welding Coordinator software.
TWI Software has released a new off-the-shelf version of its
Welding Coordinator software. Welding Coordinator manages production welding
data in the form of weld maps, weld histories, weld logs, weld schedules,
etc. The software integrates with TWI's Weldspec, Welderqual and NDTspec
programs to give a total solution for welding related information.

Previously, Welding Coordinator has been customised by TWI to suit
individual company's specific requirements. Entergy Nuclear Northeast and
Nooter Corp. in the US and BP Chemicals, VT Shipbuilding and Heatric in the
UK have all benefited from this approach. The new software, however, can be
configured by end users to suit their own data storage and reporting
requirements making the software much more affordable.

Welding Coordinator is a multi-user software tool which works over a
company's network. As data about individual welds are entered into the
system, instant progress reports showing percentages of welds completed and
tested can be run by the management team. The links to the Weldspec and
Welderqual software allow Welding Coordinator to select suitable welding
procedures and qualified welders automatically.

Once a welding project is complete, the system can print complete data books
for the project, including the weld map and all associated information, such
as WPSs and PQRs. The system then acts as a traceability tool for all
welding information, a key aspect of QA systems for welding.

The Weldspec, Welderqual and NDTspec tools have been used by fabricators for
many years to manage welding procedures, welder qualifications and NDT/NDE
reports. The programs have code rules built-in from the most commonly used
welding standards, such as ASME IX, AWS D1.1 and EN 287/EN 288/EN 15614.
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