Overhead Welding with 7018 and Dual Shield Flux Core

 


 



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3 Comments

  1. Hi, Peter,
    Self-shielded wires and dual-shield wires are different alloys, and the fluxes are different as well. Using a dual-shield wire without gas causes porosity just as with hard wire. Self-shielded wire run with gas interferes with the alloying in the joint, as the flux and it’s interaction with the air is part of the design.

  2. Peter Thompson

    June 21, 2017 at 2:44 AM

    Hi Jody, another great video thanks.
    Can you tell me, is the self shielding wire used for dual shield MIG just the normal self shielding wire?
    Cheers, Peter.

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