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  • gmcconn1
    replied to Body Seam Welding
    Thanks.

    Sounds like MIG is the preferred method so I will start with that.

    I worked in body construction engineering for an OEM for a while. We had a project that was having trouble passing crash testing. We ended up running simulations with continuously welded seams instead...
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  • gmcconn1
    replied to Tig Welding Puddle Issue
    Thanks for all the replies.

    I will try to get some pics next time it happens.

    I am using a filler rod and metal fit up is good.

    I'll keep a closer eye on my tungsten and try grinding it fresh if I see it again.

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  • gmcconn1
    started a topic Body Seam Welding

    Body Seam Welding

    I wanted to seam weld (TIG preferably) a 1997 Mustang I am working on. I know there is factory sealer between exterior panel to keep water out. But I am looking at front end and underbody structural welding. I am concerned about the coating they dip the entire body in prior to paint at the factory....
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  • gmcconn1
    started a topic Tig Welding Puddle Issue

    Tig Welding Puddle Issue

    Beginner TIG welder here. Getting pretty good but I have one problem that seems to come and go.

    Sometimes when doing a T or a butt joint - I will get a puddle on both metals but they stay separate and don't pool together. I have tried a couple of things to correct when it happens but...
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