David Hoppes - Welding Technology

Ph: 864-279-6949



Office Hours:

8-3:30pm M-F    
Students learn how to weld through a tailored, project-based,
individually paced program of study. This pace is based on the
student’s desire to learn and work. After mastering basic welding
skills, students graduate to v-groove plate and pipe using (SMAW),
(TIG) and (MIG) processes on various ferrous and non-ferrous
metals. Safety concepts and student projects are encouraged

Courses Offered
Welding I - (6340)
Welding II - (6341)

(Prerequisites: Grade of 70 or higher in Welding I, or teacher
recommendation to advance to level II)

Welding Fact Sheet

Personal Message

Welcome to our DMTC Welding web page. Please look around and check us out. If you want to learn about welding, desire to be challenged and want to become marketable anywhere in the world, come be a part of this growing field. I guarantee you will leave a better person and have skills that will enable you to compete in the global market place. As a former student of DMTC Welding (1977), I know what your experience here can mean to you. Learning how to weld in high school was one of the best decisions I ever made as a young person. Continuing my welding education with Spartanburg Technical College (1980) certainly gave me a license to learn. Welding also help give me options to pursue my passions with radio controlled airplanes and helicopters. A true education in itself. It's your future, what are you going to do with it? My best regards,
David K. Hoppes


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