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  • verticle up bead weld

    normally do the verticle up 7018, fill as I go. but alot of companies want verticle bead weld,can't be to much different than standerd verticle fill, any comment's or suggestion's, thx mjz

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    Vertical Welds

    mark: Elaborate, as your question is too vague.

    3F, 3G, 5G? Single pass, multi-pass?

    Dave
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    • #3
      I believe he may be asking about a stringer?

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      • #4
        running stringer's

        that's what I meant too ask, forgot that stringer part. But yah tip's for stringer's verticle 3G typical structural test, gonna do one tomorrow and normally do that w/ full basket weave style, thx mjz

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        • #5
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          mark: Keep a short arc, use curents in the lower portion of the electrode's range, and practice, practice, practice.

          Good luck, and keep us posted.

          Dave
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          • #6
            stringer

            done alot of the verticle basket weave, is the stringer style all that much different? besides tryin to keep it straight in line w/ each other,

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            • #7
              I have a problem with crowning wwheen I use the "basket weave", I don't have any pic but does anyone know how to solve this. Seems to be too much metal, I've tried moving faster, different heats, and a few other things but can't seem to get it right

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              • #8
                Originally posted by weldpipe81 View Post
                does anyone know how to solve this.
                Hold a second or two longer on the sides, while moving faster across the middle.

                Might even think about turning the amps up some also.
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