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New Mexico FFA. Agricultural Mechanics Career Development Event Welding and Metal Working. Abrasive Cut-Off Saw. Abrasive saw blade material is used to cut metal. Acetylene Regulator.

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New Mexico FFA

Agricultural Mechanics

Career Development Event

Welding and Metal Working


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Abrasive Cut-Off Saw

  • Abrasive saw blade material is used to cut metal.


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Acetylene Regulator

  • Used to reduce the high acetylene cylinder pressure to a workable constant prssure. Hose and cylinder connections are left handed threads.


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Brazing Rod

  • Used as a filler rod when braze welding. May or may not be flux coated.


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Copper Coated Mild Steel Welding Rod

  • Used as a filler rod for mild steel oxy-fuel welding. The copper coating prevents rusting


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Cutting Torch Tip

  • Used with a cutting torch handle when oxy-fuel cutting. The tip size is determined by the thickness of the metal.


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Cutting Torch

  • Used with the cutting tip when oxy fuel cutting steel.


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Electrode

  • A coated metal wire used for shielded metal-arc welding a variety of metals.


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Electrode Holder

  • Used to mechanically hold the electrode while conducting current from the electrode lead.


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Flashback Arrestor

  • Used to limit damage from a flashback by allowing the gases to flow in only one direction, preventing the flame from burning back into the equipment.


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Friction Lighter

  • Used to light torch’s for cutting and welding. Safer than using matches or a lighter.


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Ground Clamp

  • Used to connect the ground lead (cable) to the work. This provides a completed electrical circuit.


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Inert Gas Regulator

  • Regulates shielding gases such as argon, helium and carbon dioxide. Used for MIG and TIG welding.


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Leather Gloves

  • Used to protect the hands from the ultraviolet rays and spatter of hot metal.


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MIG Tips

  • MIG tips guide the welding wire through the gun nozzle.


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MIG Welding Gun

  • Used to deliver the wire and shielding gas to the weld surface.


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MIG Wire

  • Used as filler wire for the MIG welding process. May be bare wire or flux cored.


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MIG Nozzle Gel

  • Coating applied to lubricate the welding wire and tip for smoother wire flow during the welding process and cut down on splatter.


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Oxygen Regulator

  • Used to reduce the high oxygen cylinder pressure to a workable constant pressure. Hose and cylinder connections are right-handed threads.


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Pipe Cutting Guide

  • A variety of different types of guides that clamp around pipe to aid in cutting angles etc. Pipe cutting guides are available in a variety of sizes.


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Porcelain Gas Cup

  • Non-metallic cup that directs the flow of shielding gases when TIG welding.


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Protective Leather, sleeves, apron or coat

  • Used to protect the body from harmful ultraviolet rays and hot molten spatter while welding.


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Slag or Chipping Hammer

  • Used for slag removal from shielded electrode weld.


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Tip Cleaner

  • Used to clean and partially recondition both welding and cutting tips.


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Torch Handle

  • Used to mix fuel gasses and oxygen in the correct proportions.


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Tungsten Electrode

  • Non-consumable electrode that generates the arc when TIG welding. Can be purchased in a variety of sizes.


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Vise Grip Welding Clamp

  • With its flat and “U” shaped jaws, it is used to clamp metals quickly.


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Welding/Cutting Goggles

  • Used to protect eyes from damaging light rays and heat rays that may prove destructive to eye tissue. Should not be used for arc welding.


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Welding Helmet

  • Used to protect the eyes and face from the harmful arc rays and molten spatter produced when arc welding.


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Welding Tip

  • Used for all types of oxy-fuel brazing and welding.


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Wire Brush

  • Used to prepare metal for welding or cutting. Removes slag or rust . May be used to clean parts of machinery.


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