Sep 24, 2015 · Chip off the slag with a welding hammer, and then use a 36-grit grinding wheel to knock the beads down to the surrounding metal. To ensure a flat, flush surface, move the grinder along the weld
ASSRA Forum - Welding advice needed(You need to Login or Register to view media files and links) better:(You need to Login or Register to view media files and links) If the frame is cast iron at all, and not steel, it will be malleable iron, i.e. chilled or "white" iron that has subsequently been annealed at high heat for many hours to
Feb 10, 2017 · Peening has to be done only in the very hot stage (get about 5 seconds worth) as the weld temporarily cools. This job at hand is quite similar to welding a broken lug on an electric motor base, which I've done plenty of. No harm in welding a chunk of steel onto the cast iron, no need to go to pains to scrounge up a piece of cast iron.
Any Welders Or Electricians? Help And Advice Needed Oct 04, 2020 · I'd go for gas over gas less every time, gas (CO2) for mild steel is cheap. I bought my first MIG welder nearly 30 years ago to replate the floors of a Mk 3 Escort I got cheap. An hour or so practicing with some scrap metal gave me a feel for the power/feed/gas settings and was good to go. A welding visor with reactive glass is also a good buy.
Beginners Guide:How To Set Up a MIG WelderJun 05, 2020 · Charts are available online to help you match the wire to the material you are welding, but typically you'll be using ER70-S2 or S6 for mild steel, and that's the safest place to start.
Jul 07, 2020 · Drill rifle cosmetics advice needed. He ground out all of the SS weld and had a friend weld in new material then parked it. It came out awesome. I think this is the right way to do it. Ill see if I can dig up the old post. #3 We used a mild steel. There's actually a military spec for receiver repair welding
Drill rifle cosmetics advice needed - CMP ForumsJul 07, 2020 · Drill rifle cosmetics advice needed. He ground out all of the SS weld and had a friend weld in new material then parked it. It came out awesome. I think this is the right way to do it. Ill see if I can dig up the old post. #3 We used a mild steel. There's actually a military spec for receiver repair welding
Hexavalent Chromium - Overview Occupational Safety and Hexavalent chromium [Cr(VI)] is one of the valence states (+6) of the element chromium. It is usually produced by an industrial process. Cr(VI) is known to cause cancer. In addition, it targets the respiratory system, kidneys, liver, skin and eyes. Chromium metal is added to alloy steel to increase
welding gloves in good condition. They will help protect your hands from burns, sparks, heat, cuts, scratches, and electric shock. ANSI Z49.1 requires all welders to wear protective flame-resistant gloves, such as leather welder's gloves. They should provide the heat resistance and general hand protection needed for welding. BODY PROTECTION
Steel for DIY Fire Pit - Advice Needed - Page 2Jul 02, 2015 · Re:Steel for DIY Fire Pit - Advice Needed I built a very nice pit a few years ago with a 3/8" wall thickness, 42" pipe, mild steel weld cap. Then I rolled on a 3/4" sch. 40 black pipe around the perimeter and welded on three pipes for legs.
Tig Welder Advice Needed [Archive] - Aussie StreetfightersHi guys ive been doing TIG welding at tafe and im enjoying it alot but now im looking to do some of my own stuff at home and im looking at buying a TIG welder the problem is there are alot to chose from , i went to my local welding supplier and all he wanted to do was sell me a unit for $5500 so i really need advice please thanks guys
Urgent help needed by novice Tig user I tried again today taking great care to have the base metal very clean. I also reduced the amount the electrode was exposed. The weld was still not satisfactory so I got my oxy-acetylene equipment out and after grinding the metal back to scratch I started welding
Tips for TIG Welding on Stainless Steel American Welding Welding stainless steel can be tricky because it is very good at retaining heat, and this can lead to problems such as warping, embrittlement, and rust. In fact, as little as five amps can make the difference between the perfect weld and a blued or burnt-through part.