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Source 2018-19 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report

Welding & Metal Fabrication

Dunwoody Welding & Metal Fabrication combines both welding and machining skills into one associate’s degree for maximum flexibility for a career in the metal working trade.


Job Inquiries Per Graduate

Source 2018-19 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report

Accredited by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS)

2 Years

Graduates earn an associate of applied science degree




Weld Shop

Practice various weld processes, including oxyacetylene welding and cutting, stick welding, wire feed welding, and tungsten inert gas welding.
  • 36 welding booths
  • 18 Lincoln C300 MIG/Stick Welders
  • 18 Miller Dynasty 280DX TIG/STICK Welders
  • Plasma Cutter
  • Bettenbender Metal Shear
  • Pirahna Ironworker
  • Jet Horizontal Saw
  • Do-All Horizontal Saw
Grinding Lab

Grinding Lab

Practice precision grinding (abrasive machining).
  • 7 precision surface grinders
  • 4 pedestal grinders
  • 2 Drill presses
  • 1 Do-All Horizontal Saw
  • 1 Do-All Chop Saw
HAAS Manufacturing Lab

Haas CNC Manufacturing Center

Learn to machine parts on both manual and computer numeric controlled (CNC) machines as well as how to measure and inspect your work.
  • 10 Haas CNC Mini Mills
  • 2 Haas ST-10 Turning Centers
  • 1 Haas Tool Room Mill
  • 1 Sodick Wire EDM
  • 1 Charmilles Sinker EDM

Machine Shop

Learn manual milling and turning.
  • 20 Bridgeport Mills
  • 12 LeBLonde Lathes
  • 2 Do-All vertical band saws

Tool Crib

The Tool Crib lets students check out a variety of tools for cutting, measuring, hand-work, etc.
  • Over 100,000 individual tools
  • Various Hand tools (wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, etc.)
  • Micrometers, Calipers and various other measuring tools
  • End mills, Drills, Taps, Dies and various other cutters