“Over My Figurative Shoulder” looks at different ways to hold a tig torch.
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over my shoulder over my finger over my shoulder????
I guess if you can’t fool them, you’ll just have to practice! ?
I guess if you can’t fool them, you’ll just? have to practice!
@welderseries, yes we have to do a stop start half way (to show we can continue a bead that is incomplete) but we also have to do one that is 200mm long with out a stop start, you cant fool my tutors, and? if you try they make you look like an ass.
Are you allowed to stop? and start again?
@welderseries, thanks for the quick reply, I live in the uk and am at college, I am on a task that requires me to weld 200mm on 3mm thick steel – lap, t joint and outside corner, in the uk we don’t use the foot peddle like in the US, so I cant control the amps very much, and if I dwell and try to reposition I’ll melt? a chunk of and fail for undercut (or burning into the plate to much), any other tips?
I rarely weld anything that I have to pick up my arm to move it, but if I do, I just rest the cup on the steel, hold the amps at basically an ‘idle’, and reposition. It’s not the end? of the world to just stop, reposition, then start again, as long as it’s still hot. I usually back up one or two puddles to get back in my rhythm.
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