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    Letters plays a very important part in our life. Now a days, letters are used to decorate the house walls, doors and even your kitchen. Steel letters can be used to hang on the wall, just put on the table, outdoor address numbers can also be made by using steel letters. It is a great way to express...
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    Hello to all, We need some guidance on our project. We are trying to weld 1/2 wide x 1/8 in thick mild steel bars together in one spot. One bar is flat and the other has a bend\curve in it. Our process so far is drilling a hole with a 11/64 bit on the flat piece and laying it on top of the curved...
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    I just ran across this video (made by Weld.com. featuring "Bob") that I think would be a great help to those who are having trouble with GMAW skills. The basic four settings are covered with excellent photography, showing clear pictures of the puddle during the weld, with effects of settings...
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    Tack or spot welding 1/8 in thick mild steel
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    I am new here and new at welding. I took a class last fall but our class had a less than desirable instructor.
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    by Northweldor
    I just ran across this video (made by Weld.com. featuring "Bob") that I think would be a great help to those who are having trouble with GMAW skills. The basic four settings are covered with excellent photography, showing clear pictures of the puddle during the weld, with effects of settings...
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