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METAL JOINING

METAL JOINING

METAL JOINING. METAL JOINING. Even the simplest object is an assembly of components Complex ones - greater number of parts- subassemblies joined to perform the function METHODS- WELDING, BRAZING, SOLDERING, ADHESIVE BONDING, MECHANICAL JOINING. NITC.

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ELECTRIC ARC WELDING

ELECTRIC ARC WELDING

ELECTRIC ARC WELDING. DEEPAK-KUMAR C4902A-07. Introduction. Electric arc welding. A group of fusion welding processes that use an electric arc to produce the heat required for melting the metal. Electric arc is about 9,000

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Electric Arc Welding

Electric Arc Welding

Electric Arc Welding. Definition. Electric arc welding: A group of fusion welding processes that use an electric arc to produce the heat required for melting the metal and filler material. Advantages of electric arc compared to gas welding?. Common Electric Arc Welding Processes. SMAW

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Electric Arc Welding

Electric Arc Welding

Electric Arc Welding. Electricity is passed through an electrode which jumps between the electrode and the work piece. This causes an arc which produces great heat melting the electrode and the work piece causing the edges to fuse together. (consumable electrode.) ‏. Manual Metal Arc Welding.

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Electric Arc Welding

Electric Arc Welding

2. Introduction. A group of fusion welding processes that use an electric arc to produce the heat required for melting the metal.AdvantagesInexpensive power sourceRelatively inexpensive equipmentWelders use standard domestic current.Portable equipment is availableProcess is fast and reliableS

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Electric Arc Welding

Electric Arc Welding

Electric Arc Welding. Electricity is passed through an electrode which jumps between the electrode and the work piece. This causes an arc which produces great heat melting the electrode and the work piece causing the edges to fuse together. (consumable electrode.). Manual Metal Arc Welding.

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ELECTRIC ARC / WIRE WIRE WELDING

ELECTRIC ARC / WIRE WIRE WELDING

ELECTRIC ARC / WIRE WIRE WELDING. ARC/WIRE WELDING. OBJECTIVES. I can identify the main parts of the arc welding process. I can associated the terms with welding. I can describe the difference between AC, DC power input

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ELECTRIC ARC / WIRE WIRE WELDING

ELECTRIC ARC / WIRE WIRE WELDING

ELECTRIC ARC / WIRE WIRE WELDING. ARC/WIRE WELDING. OBJECTIVES. I can identify the main parts of the arc welding process. I can associated the terms with welding. I can describe the difference between AC, DC power input

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Arc Welding

Arc Welding

Arc Welding. Ag I Welding Unit 2. Electrodes. Wide variety available to allow welder to do different jobs and weld in different positions Positions Flat, horizontal, vertical up and down, overhead Some electrodes are suitable for all positons , others only 1 or 2.

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Arc Welding

Arc Welding

Arc Welding. Metals and Welding. Precautions and Safe Practices. Relatively safe compared to other forms of welding 4 areas of concern during arc welding Shock - Fire Burns - Fumes Light Heat. Prevention of Shock. Use a wooden grating on concrete floors Rubber soled shoes are best

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Arc Welding

Arc Welding

Arc Welding. What is Arc Welding?. Generalized term used to describe welding that uses an electric arc between an electrode and the base material to melt and join the metals. Common Names and Variations: Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) “Stick Welding”

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