Category: Stainless Steel (page 1 of 7)

Stainless Steel Tips – Part 2: Pulse Settings and Purge Tips

Pulse Settings

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Stainless Steel Tips – Part 2: Pulse Settings and Purge Tips

This is a continuation of TIG welding stainless steel video. Okay, this is part two. I’m still TIG welding that stainless steel manifold. In this video I’m going to weld the threaded nipples on and I’m going to weld the end caps on. That brings me into welding with some pulse settings for those threaded nipples and some purging for the end caps because I can’t get backing on the inside of those and they need to be shielded somehow. I’m going to talk about purging and pulsing. We’ll do a little bit of plasma cam cutting for some brackets on this thing, should be a fun video. All right? Let’s dive in. read more

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TIG, MIG, and Stick Welding Tips from the 2015 DVD set

Stick Welding Tips

I am guessing that if you are reading this, at least one of the next few statements describes you.

“I learn by getting my hands dirty.”
“Just show me how and then let me try it.”
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Argon Purge Box of BBs part 2

argon purge box

this is part 2 of making a small argon purge box for tig welding small parts.

Small parts can often benefit from really good argon shielding.

titanium parts, gun parts, small machined parts that need a touch up…

Carbide Precipitation and Tig Welding a Keyway

Tig Welding

Carbide Precipitation is something that occurs when Austenitic 300 series stainless steels are held at an elevated temperature for a period of time. you know…like when you weld a stainless shaft and have to fill the keyway with weld metal.

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