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Various electrical resistance alloys are used for automatic production lines, control panels, calculat ing machines, and measuring and inspection instruments.

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Updated every five years, the AWS D1.1/D1.1M, Structural Welding Code – Steel, is the must-have welding

code for every welder. It spells out the requirements for design, procedures, qualifications, fabrication,

inspection, and repair of steel structures made of tubes, plate, and structural shapes that are subject to either

static of cyclic loading.

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