Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "arc welding", page 1

Bookmark and Share

Orbital Welding, Orbital Welding Systems

15th July 2010
Orbital welding is Automatic Tungsten inert gas welding. It eliminates chances of manual errors in welding. It produces identical welds for hundred of times hence accuracy in welding. The Physics of the GTAW Process: The orbital welding process use... Read >
Author: orbital welding

1,217 graduated in TESDA courses

15th June 2010
1,217 graduated in TESDA courses PANIQUI, Tarlac--A total of 1,217 graduates of different courses received their certificates of completion from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority [TESDA] at the Don Juan and Dona Lualhati Gymnasiu... Read >
Author: Paul

How to Trace a Short Circuit

24th May 2010
A Short circuit usually happens when a hot wire touches any of the other two wires. This causes extra current to flow through the circuit, which causes the circuit breaker to trip or the fuse to blow. However, this is not the only reason for short circuit... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Basics of shielded metal arc welding or SMAW

21st January 2010
SMAW is commonly referred as shielded metal arc welding. It is also called as Manual Metal Arc (MMA). A consumable electrode which is coated with flux is used to make welds in this type of welding. The electric arc is formed by either using alternating or... Read >
Author: gavinbone

Mig Welding Basics: Tack Welding

04th December 2008
Tack welding is used throughout the welding and fabrication industry. Even the most basic welding jobs at home will require you to do "tack welds". Fabrication and welding techniques call for the need of tack welding. Manufactured weldments and compo... Read >
Author: Peter

Welding Art and Welding Art Information

30th October 2008
Although most people think of welding as a way to build buildings and other shapes, there are many people who have chosen to use welding as an art form that is as creative as any inventor. Generally speaking welding art comes in large pieces where peop... Read >
Author: William

Underwater Welding and all about Stud Welding

13th October 2008
Underwater welding is done under water in the ocean and is used when there is a need to repair a ship, oil platforms that are offshore and pipelines. Usually these all need to be repaired using steel only. There are two basic types of underwater welding a... Read >
Author: William

Robotic Welding and all about Robotic Welding

13th October 2008
Robotic welding is used when an industry wants to animate their welding process. You may know about this type of welding because it is often used on assembly line work, especially in the automotive industry. Robots are used to handle the parts that nee... Read >
Author: William

Learn TIG Welding Process and TIG Welding Basic Information

07th October 2008
The acronym TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas Arc Welding and the acronym GTAW stands for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding this is the same process but it is referred to by these two different names. In the situation you will be welding using an electric arc ... Read >
Author: William

Ferrosilicon: How its used and produced

12th September 2008
Ferrosilicon is also known as ferrosilicium. Due to the fact that it consists of silicon and iron, effectively an alloy of silicon and iron, it is called a ferroalloy. The silicon make-up is usually anything between 15% and 90%. A high proportion of iron... Read >
Author: Anton Wilson

Low Cost 120V Welders for Home Use

09th August 2007
Most homeowners have certain standard tools for repair of household items, and a welder just wouldn't be on that list of what is "typical". Considering my experiences, I think a lot of homeowners should re-think that standard. Several years ago I bought a... Read >
Author: Chris Ralph
Bookmark and Share