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More than 1,800 people attended CanWeld 2017 in Montreal, QC. Held at Place Bonaventure September 12 and 13, the event included the welding industry's well-known CanWeld conference with 346 attendees and a trade show featuring close to 50 exhibiting companies.

According to a post show report from CanWeld's organizers, the top three reasons attendees noted for attending the event included: keeping current with products and technology, education and networking.

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For those who attended the conference, the top three topics of interest included welding metallurgy, weld inspection, shipbuilding and additive manufacturing.

Dorel C. Muth, a welding specialist with AECON Nuclear says the CanWeld conference "was a great opportunity to learn about the advancement in welding technology and theory of welding. It offered a good balance between theoretical/academic and industrial application papers. The exhibition offered a good opportunity to find the new trends in development of the welding equipment and accessories for welding."

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