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  • ok guys new weld. How does this one look

    I was using a lincoln weld pak, flux core wire. hows is this one? thanks

    http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w...27/myweld2.jpg

  • #2
    pretty good

    don't forget to fill in that crater

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    • #3
      Thanks, yea i know. that was just a scrap piece that i only just welded alittle. ( didnt want to waste my wire)

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      • #4
        looks fine
        mm210
        maxstar 150

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        • #5
          anychace, just by looking does it look like it would pass a weld inspection at all?

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          • #6
            Not bad...But.....

            Originally posted by Shane View Post
            I was using a lincoln weld pak, flux core wire. hows is this one? thanks

            http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w...27/myweld2.jpg

            The weld looks O.K. but it's hard to tell if you got proper penetration. Also, why didn't you weld all the way around? To help better critique your welds, I along with several other members (I'm sure) would like to know the material, material thickness, machine, amps, filler and a cut-off side view to see your penetration. Otherwise all we are looking at is a bead. However, you bead looks good but remember, looks are deceiving especially in welding!

            Good luck and hope to see some more!

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