Aluminum Welding Training programs have a lot in common.
Usually, you start out welding beads with and without filler rod.
Then you progress to butt joints, lap joints, and tee joints… in various positions.
Advanced aluminum welding training programs might even included tubing in all positions.
This week’s video includes some techniques for welding a lap and tee joint.
I spent some time field testing a tig welder and I figured I might as well do some joints and try to get some instructive film clips.
So while I was going through a few of the settings on this new tig welder, I used a lap and tee to test different settings.
When the bugs get worked out and this welder is ready to go to market, I will do a follow up with some more joints.
But remember this if you are trying to get better at welding aluminum…
If you can’t run a decent bead yet, don’t waste a bunch of metal trying to weld lap and tee joints.
Do the aluminum drill.
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