How to Weld With Cellulosic Electrodes?

Answer Cellulosic electrodes, or covered electrodes in which the covering includes a high proportion of cellulose, are used as part of stick metal arc welding and are noted for their good penetration, dim... Read More »

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What are the largest vacuum Tubesexcluding TV and Radar with regards to number of electrodes Is 26 Contacts feasible?

Uplinking refers to the transmission of a signal via a satellite from one terrestrial location to another location and then ultimately the signal can be distributed to the end users.What is the rol... Read More »

Butt Weld Vs. Socket Weld?

The butt weld and the socket weld are two different ways to weld two pieces of material together. The joint weld is specific to pipe or tubing, but there is a similar condition for flat stock.

How to Weld With a "Buzz Box"?

Now that you have yourself a Buzz Box, you are probably anxious to see what this little arc welder can do. Your first attempt at welding may seem like you wasted a lot of time and money acquiring a... Read More »

How to Weld With a Car Battery?

In an emergency, you can use car batteries to weld broken pieces of steel. The current produced by a single car battery will allow an electrode to spark but will not produce enough current to prope... Read More »