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  • Pocket Welding Guide?

    Guys,

    Sorry if this has been discussed but I did a search and came up empty. Years ago, when I was taking welding engineering classes, the instructor showed us a small book that was described as "the definitive welding industry guide" or words to that effect.

    Of course, being the air headed student, I didn't pay much attention and never bought the book. Now, being more mature and thoughtful, I've re-considered and would really like to have a copy.

    Any ideas what that book was/is?

    Thanks,
    -Evan

  • #2
    Pocket guides

    AWS has many good pocket guides.

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    • #3
      IPT's Metal Trades & Welding handbook.
      I dont know if this is what you're talking about but this is a vey usefull handbook for us welders. Not really anything engineering in there but crane specs, pipe fitting specs, riggings weld symbols. Lots of good info.

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      • #4
        Hey Evan,
        This may be the book your instructor was referring. It is the best I have found for the wealth of information it contains. I have (3), shop, mobile unit, & computer desk so I have easy access without hunting it down. Got them on Amazon for $3/ea. Best investment you'll ever make. Here's a link to the book....

        Denny

        https://www.uglysbooks.com/proddetail.php?prod=10022

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        • #5
          Thanks for the responses, guys! Those look like some nice books but the only thing that sounds familiar is AWS.

          The Glover Pocket Ref. looks like a great book too but the description says it came out in 1989. I was in school in the early '80's.

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