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  • #2
    Pass what? Looks like undercut on both sides of the bead.
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    • #3
      Not the worst of a weld or the best of a weld. A weld none the less. I'm not sure what the Blacksmith calls undercut, but when I blew it up, I didn't see undercut. A few slag inclusions...but I didn't see undercut? As far as passing go and collecting $200, no. That's not how they test welds, but you filled a corner with metal and that passes for something in my books.

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      • #4
        Yes. I mean, no.

        Depends.

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        • #5
          Looks ugly but to say it passes... Can't comment needs to be tested....

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          • #6


            What is this supposed to be, and what do you really want to know? Describe all conditions and purpose of the weld, and what standard or code you are trying to meet, and someone might give you a clear answer.

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            • #7
              If your just learning how to weave with stick, your going in the right direction. I don't see undercut on the toes, that's good. Consistency needs a little improvement. Restarts need a little work. The bottom where you started is a little under filled. Don't be afraid of using more heat.
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              • #8
                I was hoping he'd come back with a bit more information on the rod he used? Maybe the power source and current? Judging appearance, I'm inclined to think as mentioned he's headed in the right direction, but could use a bit of guidance to lay the icing on the cake.

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                • #9
                  Looks like a nice fancy pattern, If that's what your aiming for? But certainly not a good solid well burnt in weld that would stand up to a lot pressure.

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                  • #10
                    If You were on a job site with a welding Eng. Sorry No.

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