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Tips for welding thin materials

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Posted in Filler Metals , Tagged with Aluminum, Flux-Cored, Gas, MIG, Steel, TIG



Nixing Porosity During Weld Start

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Posted in Filler Metals , Tagged with Flux-Cored, Gas, MIG, Steel, TIG



How does welding affect the HAZ of the weld?

Q - I work with aluminum-welded structures of different alloy types and designs. I also work with both heat treatable and non-heat treatable alloys. I would like to know how the arc welding of these alloys affects the strength of the heat-affected zone of the weld.

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Posted in Aluminum Welding , Tagged with GTAW, Heliarc, TIG



How Do I Weld 2024 and 7075?

I come into contact with two aluminum alloys of which I have found difficulty in obtaining information about arc welding. These alloys are 2024 and 7075. Can you provide me with information on how to weld these alloys with either the GMAW or GTAW process?

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Posted in Aluminum Welding , Tagged with GTAW, Heliarc, TIG



Should I use 4043 or 5356 filler alloy?

As a basic description we can say that 4043 is an aluminum filler alloy with 5% silicon added and that 5356 is an aluminum filler alloy with 5% magnesium added. There are some misconceptions within the industry that you can successfully weld any aluminum base alloy with either 4043 or 5356 filler alloy. I must start by saying that this is not the case. However, there are many common structural aluminum base alloys that can be welded with either 4043 or 5356. One such alloy is 6061.

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Posted in Aluminum Welding , Tagged with GTAW, Heliarc, TIG



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