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  • Wekding Domex Steel

    guys,
    got some new parts to weld at work. only have the blue print at this point. it doesnt call out for a specific welding process or filler / wire, but says weld per D1.1
    its .250 thick 110 ksi Domex steel. i have never heard of this type of steel, but was told its some type of armor plate steel ?

    the parts will be approx. 24" x 18" with some upright angles and gussets welded on.
    so, my question is, can i MIG weld this type of steel, and if so, what type of wire is best for this steel ?

    thanks guys..

  • #2
    Never welded it myself but here is a google search...Bob
    http://www.ssab.com/Global/DOMEX/Dat...20100%20XF.pdf

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    • #3
      domex

      I use tri-mark metalloy 80d2 o45 wire with a c-10 gas mix on domex and have been for over 5 years now with great results. Domex is a ssab product out of Sweden. It is a unique steel as far as bending goes. It's high tensile steel but when folded over its self don't crack. Like t1 or hardox.I think you will like it
      Last edited by armor; 06-13-2013, 07:53 AM.

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      • #4
        thanks for the help guys.... lets see if my shop will get the job... if we do i will let you know how it went.
        thanks again for the input

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