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Welding Lab
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This is the Canadian Centre for Welding and Joining (CCWJ) in the Chemical and Materials Engineering Building, on the University of Alberta North Campus. This lab offers many welding, and metallography facilities to their customers and sponsors. Besides some microstructural anaylsis facilities (sem, tem, xrd, etc.), they are a completely independent research centre, focusing their capabilities on producing results. To learn more please see: www.ualberta.ca/~ccwj

This image was taken during the CCWJ's open house. This facility is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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