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    Default t-joint uphill

    Went to a interview, used 1/16 flux cored wire, gas shielded, uphill. What are the correct settings?

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    Default t-joint

    There are several things that need to be addressed here, who what where when and how kinda hard to dial it in with out certain info.
    I accidentally hit the friend request button, nothin personal.

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    Little more info. would help. Type of wire, straight CO2, material thickness, joint prep, etc? Example would be 1/16" Triple 7, straight CO2. Good starting point would be 25V, 175in/min. See attached link.

    http://www.hobartbrothers.com/upload...ts/Triple7.pdf

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    3/8 thick, 25%argon ,Steel, 1/16 wire,vertical up, miller welder. T-joint

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    You should ok , I think oht is spot on, if anything, I think technique is gonna be crucial

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    Actually it was 75%-85% argon balance co2.. 125wfs 20-25 volts.. but I think wire type plays a big roll.

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    Dual shield?

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    25 volts, yikkes, that is where i start for flat spray on half inch

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    Yes dual shield,
    Wfs125- 20-25 v
    175wfs 21-26v
    200wfs 22-27v
    225wfs 23-28v
    250wfs 24-29v
    300wfs 25-30v
    This is what my spec sheet says
    Ultracore 71A85 wire

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    What are the settings for uphill welding, what will you start @.. and ending? 3/8plate

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