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  • Re: Welding - Why Do Some Manufacturers Prefer DC Welding?

    No. Take a look at the chart to the right. You will note that full welding power is is only achieved during a small portion of each cycle. DC power does not fluctuate. Text and chart below from: http://www.lincolnelectric.com/en-us/support/welding-solutions/Pages/polarity-for-smaw.aspx posted by pa...

  • Re: Is This So Overmatched and Costly Electrode Neccessary

    This is the third time you have asked THE SAME QUESTION!! yelp The answer will not change to allow you to use a cheaper rod. if this selection for alloy steel is based upon established rules or chart accepted widely for a long time worldwide in this industry, then i have to give up on trying an e...

  
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