Oxyacetylene Welding. By Matt Scott. Introduction. OAW is a welding process that heats the base metal with a controlled mixture of acetylene and oxygen gas. The heat from the torch allows for the melting and mixing of the base metal and filler metal to form a solid weld.
By Matt Scott
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“Flashing” the flame off the metal will allow the molten weld pool to cool and reduce in size.