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    Welding that I have r not marked to b ac or dc is there a good way to tell what they r. i know that they work better on dc as for getting them to start. they are 6011,6013, and 7018 in all sizes
    Last edited by JJE; 01-04-2013, 09:22 AM. Reason: add more info

  • #2
    welding rods

    What they are used for and polarity is all in the numbers, look at a rod chart and it will even tell you what amps it can be ran at.
    Kevin

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    • #3
      where can I find a chart because they are not in a box and thinks for the help

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      • #4
        welding rods

        If there AC it should be marked on rod ie.
        7018-AC if not on rod should be DC.
        Down load miller weld setting APP for settings

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        • #5
          welding rods

          Miller sells a slide charts for SMAW, GMAW and GTAW

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          • #6
            6011 and 6013 could be run AC or DC,7018 would be run DC and 7018AC would be run in AC.

            043125 near the bottom of he page here,

            http://www.millerwelds.com/resources/tools/#calculators

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            • #7
              thinks for all the info. That is what I thought but was not sure so that is why i ask the pros.

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              • #8
                welding rods

                I hope the link works, first time trying to post one. The Lincoln Electrode Guide has a lot of good information. Pages 36-38 should answer your questions on current and polarity.
                http://www.lincolnelectric.com/assets/en_US/Products/Consumable_StickElectrodes-MildandLowAlloySteels-Excalibur-Excalibur7018-1MR/c2410.pdf

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