arch welding is a more stable form of welding. it get hotter and creates a stronger bond
It depends on what you are welding. If you are doing welding on mild steel go with MIG welding; if it is aluminum or stainless steel then use TIG welding. TIG welding gives a nice looking finish. If you just want to get a decent look, then MIG is preferable and easy.
The type of welder is dependant on what you want to weld with the machine. Welding heavy steel will take a bigger machine than one that is used for light metal.
Tig, mig , or If you are as good as me stick welding will all work
Fabricators who make stainless steel items must know how to weld it. Welders often don't know how to deal with stainless steel. It's much more complicated than other forms of welding and the ability to do it well increases your value as a welder. There are several occupations that involve the skill of stainless steel welding. One of the most promising occupations is the manufacturing of stainless steel conveyor belts.
Yes. There are covered electrodes made for SMAW (stick) welding of SS. I have actually repaired one of my wifes SS cooking pots that had a broken handle with a stick welder.
A welder should wear a jacket with full leather or leather arms, leather gloves, steel toed boots, non-flammable pants (jeans), and a welding helmet with sufficient shade lens and of course... Safety Glasses.
It can be used to welding and melting various metals such as platinum,gold,,silver.copper.titanium,stainless steel. And it also can be used to polishing surface of organic glass,hectograph.
A certified welder is one who has successfully passed the requirements of an industry specification for welding in a particular process (SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW), and in a specific position (1G, 2G, 3F, 6G, etc.), with a specific material (mild steel, aluminum, stainless, etc.) The certification relates only to the specification that was qualified to, in the position qualified, on the material qualified, and only with the process used. A master welder is one who can, or has, passed the most restrictive position (Usually 6G), in all processes, and in many different material groups. There is no mention of "master welder" in welding specifications, it is usually an internal company designation. It is expected that a Master Welder can weld any material, in any position, with any process.
Yes, my welder welds galvanized steel to black steel all the time. Welding galvanized steel to black steel is a common practice. Glavanized is nothing more than steel coated with zinc at 900 degree C; temperature at which zinc melts. However, welding temperature is around 15000 to 30000 degrees ( zinc will vaporize at 1500 degrees), causing the zinc around the weld to vaporize. Correct way to approach this problem would be to use a half coupling, half nipple, or thread o let on a threaded glavanized pipe then welding the otherend to straight steel.
Carbon Steel E6015 Manganese Alloy Steel E8018-C3
In order to weld pieces of 6mm steel you can use any type of welder. Depending on how strong and how pretty the weld needs to be will determine the type of welder you choose.
Yep, you can weld steel to stainless and you can weld stainless to steel. You can use steel or stainless welding rod in either case but the steel or steel welding rod will of course rust.