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 How to Weld in Wet Conditions?

Answer For safety reasons it's best not to weld in wet conditions. However, stick welding in wet conditions is not entirely implausible. Sometimes it is necessary to make repairs in the rain and stick wel... Read More »
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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.
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How to TIG Weld?

TIG welding is a difficult but rewarding process that creates strong welds that are both good looking and airtight.
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How to Arc Weld?

Welding a leg on a hydraulic cylinder pressShielded Metal Arc welding is the process of joining two metal pieces using a flux covered electrode which is melted in an electric arc and becomes a fuse... Read More »
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