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Sometimes a filler rod may be used, but usually not.
A filler rod may often be used for certain types of joints.
Another method is to use a filler rod and melt the material.
Be able to describe filler rods and their use.
In the case of webs and films a filler rod may not be used.
The welder must add the filler rod to the molten puddle.
Running a bead with filler rod, flat position.
He picks up a steel filler rod and I wonder if he's actually going to try to weld that thin metal.
If held too close to the arc, the filler rod can melt before it makes contact with the weld puddle.
A filler rod may be needed for some welds, if there is no convenient way to form sufficient close overlap at a sheet edge.
No filler rod is required, the sheets form their own filler (autogenous welding).
It can be by melting the surfaces and pressing them together or by extrusion welding with a filler rod.
In order to avoid overheating the end of the filler rod, its diameter should be somewhat greater than the thickness of the parent metal.
Once welding has commenced it should be done with one pass as quickly as possible with the filler rod continuously in the flame envelope.
Braze welding is the use of a bronze or brass filler rod coated with flux to join steel workpieces.
With electric arc welding, a major use for the filler rod is as a consumable electrode that also generates heat in the workpiece.
When I try to weld it I punch holes in it and then have to patch them up with huge blobs of filler rod.
Gas welding of Birmabright is easier than that of pure aluminium and may be carried out using scraps of the same material as a filler rod.
These lugs do not require painting, but must be brazed using silver filler rod, which necessitates much better heat control and better fit of lug to tube.
TIG welding is an electric welding process that uses a non-consumed tungsten electrode to provide heat, with the filler rod added manually.
Filler rods composed of metals with a low melting temperature, such as aluminum, require that the operator maintain some distance from the arc while staying inside the gas shield.
It is welded to the base material, and generally takes the form of specialized electrodes for arc welding or filler rod for oxyacetylene and TIG welding.
Many gas welding processes, such as lead burning, are typically autogenous and a separate wire filler rod of the same metal is only added if there is a gap to fill.
Usually, more metal is added to the puddle as it is moved along by dipping metal from a welding rod or filler rod into the molten metal puddle.
The "welding" of cast iron is usually a brazing operation, with a filler rod made chiefly of nickel being used although true welding with cast iron rods is also available.
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