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Welding engineer

Creator: American Welding Society | Technology & Engineering - 1922

ROL-MAN MANGANESE STEEL WELDING WELDING RODS WELDING The original High Manganese Steel Welding Rod Welds made with Rol-Man are toughest and most wear-resisting. Rol-Man Rods will weld to Manganese Steel and STICK.



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Marine engineers' handbook

Creator: Frank Ward Sterling | Technology & Engineering - 1920

Adding Material (Welding Rods). Adding material is usually made up in the form of wire of various diameters and approximately in 36-in. lengths, or in cast form of various diameters and approximately in 20-in. lengths.


Electrical Record

Business & Economics - 1920

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  • TIG Welding Fundamentals with David Bird DVD

    Home Improvement

    Rating (9 reviews):
    (4.7/5)

    Pretty good

    Clearly shows technique on managing the torch and filler rod. Plenty of good video shot through a welding lens so you can see exactly what is going on with the puddle, arc, and filler rod. Technique shown includes filet, lap, butt, outside corner, and round tubing. There is quite a bit of time spent on tubing and the kind of welding done with a motorcycle frame. Metals covered are steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. Covers using the amperage control foot pedal to pulse the arc to get the stack of dimes look. Shows controlling the size of the heat affected zone. Shows basic puddle and rod management on horizontal and tubular seams. Shows selection of DC polarity or AC. Shows standard safety.The welding is on coupons and tubing, mostly 1/8 inch thick, with horizontal coupon runs about 6 inches. No heavy or extra thin stock. Demonstrates joining a heavier piece to a lighter piece. There is a little bit on vertical and dealing with awkward positions. Shows using a bench... 4/5 Percy Smogg (Tulsa, OK USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: TIG Welding Fundamentals with David Bird DVD (Tools & Hardware) Clearly shows technique on managing the torch and filler rod. Plenty of good video shot through a welding lens so you can see exactly what is going on with the puddle, arc, and filler rod. Technique shown includes filet, lap, butt, outside corner, and round tubing. There is quite a bit of time spent on tubing and the kind of welding done with a motorcycle frame. Metals covered are steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. Covers using the amperage control foot pedal to pulse the arc to get the stack of dimes look. Shows controlling the size of the heat affected zone. Shows basic puddle and rod management on horizontal and tubular seams. Shows selection of DC polarity or AC. Shows standard safety.The welding is on coupons and tubing, mostly 1/8 inch thick, with horizontal coupon runs about 6 inches. No heavy or extra thin stock. Demonstrates joining a heavier piece to a lighter piece. There is a little bit on vertical and dealing with awkward positions. Shows using a bench... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 20, 2012

    Talented Welder gives some great tips- Comes up short on camerawork.

    I am an electrician by trade and weld/fabricate as a hobby. I have tig welded before and am 'decent' at it, but am trying to improve. As anyone who welds can tell you, to tig weld well, requires skill. David Bird tig welds well. He also has a very natural teaching style that comes through in the video and the whole film has the feel of starting a new job and having someone teach you to weld quickly and efficiently with the definite goal of building something soon. I think that the video could use a little more theory- not a lot, but some. There are some electrical and equipment fundamentals that were absent and that would have built a better foundation for what was to follow.I originally gave the video a 3 star but came back here to give it a 4 star after watching it again.The video starts with some very basic safety and set up of a tig rig. The welding footage consisits of a t-joint coupon in mild steel, stainless, and aluminum. There is also a lap joint in mild steel and... 4/5 acehc1 - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: TIG Welding Fundamentals with David Bird DVD (Tools & Hardware) I am an electrician by trade and weld/fabricate as a hobby. I have tig welded before and am 'decent' at it, but am trying to improve. As anyone who welds can tell you, to tig weld well, requires skill. David Bird tig welds well. He also has a very natural teaching style that comes through in the video and the whole film has the feel of starting a new job and having someone teach you to weld quickly and efficiently with the definite goal of building something soon. I think that the video could use a little more theory- not a lot, but some. There are some electrical and equipment fundamentals that were absent and that would have built a better foundation for what was to follow.I originally gave the video a 3 star but came back here to give it a 4 star after watching it again.The video starts with some very basic safety and set up of a tig rig. The welding footage consisits of a t-joint coupon in mild steel, stainless, and aluminum. There is also a lap joint in mild steel and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 3, 2013

    All encompassing, very useful DVD

    TIG Welding Fundamentals is part of Lowbrow Customs' Home Builder How-To Series of DVDs available for the purchase price of $39.95 each. It is hosted and narrated by David Bird who has been welding and fabricating motorcycles & street rods for three and a half decades. His welder of choice is the Lincoln Electric Precision TIG 225, however the techniques and examples shown in the DVD will apply to most TIG welding machines.The production quality of the DVD is professional using multiple cameras and proper lighting and sound. For example, the audio still sounds crisp and intelligible when the David flips his welding mask down and continues to narrate and teach. The best shots are during the welding operation because it gives the audience a clear view of the pool, rod feed, and speed with which a solid weld are made.The 11 chapters' subject materials are as follows:Machine Settings covers gas pressure and regulator settings, DC settings (straightforward and... 5/5 RyanPitch - See all my reviews This review is from: TIG Welding Fundamentals with David Bird DVD (Tools & Hardware) TIG Welding Fundamentals is part of Lowbrow Customs' Home Builder How-To Series of DVDs available for the purchase price of $39.95 each. It is hosted and narrated by David Bird who has been welding and fabricating motorcycles & street rods for three and a half decades. His welder of choice is the Lincoln Electric Precision TIG 225, however the techniques and examples shown in the DVD will apply to most TIG welding machines.The production quality of the DVD is professional using multiple cameras and proper lighting and sound. For example, the audio still sounds crisp and intelligible when the David flips his welding mask down and continues to narrate and teach. The best shots are during the welding operation because it gives the audience a clear view of the pool, rod feed, and speed with which a solid weld are made.The 11 chapters' subject materials are as follows:Machine Settings covers gas pressure and regulator settings, DC settings (straightforward and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 6, 2013


  • Cooper Hand Tools

    Weller WLC100 40-Watt Soldering Station

    Home Improvement (Cooper Hand Tools)

    Rating (306 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Cooper Hand Tools

    Great iron if used carefully. Here are some tips (pun intended)

    I've had this iron for ten years now. The level of use it's seen has varied up and down, depending on how much time I had available to spend on my electronics hobby. The iron itself is absolutely fine for, you guessed it, hobby and DIY use (no problems with it not being ESD safe, and I've soldered a lot of semiconductors). If I ever need to do a higher volume of work I will upgrade to a WES-51 temp controlled station, but for now this continues to fit the bill quite nicely. The tips are long-lived if you take care of them (keep it tinned even while sitting in the holder, try not to bash it on the holder when you put it in, don't leave it switched on if it won't be used for a while). The standard tip is too big for electronics use and must be replaced with something smaller. For a long time I had a medium-size tip on there and it seemed to function well between 3 and 4 on the heat control, depending on the size of the work. With this station you need to pay quite careful attention to... 5/5 Science Boy - See all my reviews This review is from: Weller WLC100 40-Watt Soldering Station (Tools & Home Improvement) I've had this iron for ten years now. The level of use it's seen has varied up and down, depending on how much time I had available to spend on my electronics hobby. The iron itself is absolutely fine for, you guessed it, hobby and DIY use (no problems with it not being ESD safe, and I've soldered a lot of semiconductors). If I ever need to do a higher volume of work I will upgrade to a WES-51 temp controlled station, but for now this continues to fit the bill quite nicely. The tips are long-lived if you take care of them (keep it tinned even while sitting in the holder, try not to bash it on the holder when you put it in, don't leave it switched on if it won't be used for a while). The standard tip is too big for electronics use and must be replaced with something smaller. For a long time I had a medium-size tip on there and it seemed to function well between 3 and 4 on the heat control, depending on the size of the work. With this station you need to pay quite careful attention to... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 11, 2011

    Bottom of the barrel

    For the same price one can get a "Professional" series Weller iron () with constant tip temperature, or a less known brand temperature-controlled station () that will be much nicer to work with.PROS:Weller quality and durability.CONS:Price is too high for a simple iron without temperature control, the "power control" knob works like a simple light dimmer - with no feedback from the tip, so the temperature will be jumping up and down while you work.-----------Side notes: for pleasant work experience and good quality soldering one needs to keep the proper tip temperature - it can't be too low or too high. Note that in... 1/5 Reviewer - See all my reviews This review is from: Weller WLC100 40-Watt Soldering Station (Tools & Home Improvement) For the same price one can get a "Professional" series Weller iron (like this one) with constant tip temperature, or a less known brand temperature-controlled station (like this one) that will be much nicer to work with.PROS:Weller quality and durability.CONS:Price is too high for a simple iron without temperature control, the "power control" knob works like a simple light dimmer - with no feedback from the tip, so the temperature will be jumping up and down while you work.-----------Side notes: for pleasant work experience and good quality soldering one needs to keep the proper tip temperature - it can't be too low or too high. Note that in... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 30, 2008

    THIS IS THE ONE TO GET!

    0 5/5 FOX (USA) - See all my reviews Many years ago when I got this iron, it was only $30, and I see it has almost doubled in price, but STILL FAR BELOW the cost of the other Weller soldering iron stations!And there is really no other reason to get the other ones, when one of the elements goes bad on the other ones, you have to pay more than the price of this whole station just to replace the element! This one doesn't have any element, you just replace the tip, which you can get at any Radio Shack for a dollar or two tops. And I still have not needed to replace the tip on this one after years of use, since I keep the tip nice and tinned.This heats up nice and fast, is always reliable, just as good as any of the BLUE ones that cost three and four times the cost that the same company sells, and has never let me down.Get it now, before they raise the price any more!Once you get it, it should last a lifetime. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 18, 2005
    List Price: $55.63
    Cushioned foam grip with replaceable heating element
    Includes iron-plated copper tip, safety guard iron holder, and natural sponge tip cleaning pad
    Quality, lightweight pencil iron
    Variable power control produces 5 to 40 watts
    On/off switch with power-on indicator light


  • LowBrow Customs

    LowBrow Customs TIG Welding Fundamentals DVD with David Bird 000870

    Automotive Parts and Accessories (LowBrow Customs)
    List Price: $39.95

    With everything from a basic TIG overview to techniques for holding the torch and feeding fill rod, to techniques and settings for welding aluminum and stainless steel, this DVD is an ideal source of information for the new and experienced welder alike
    Step-by-step guide about TIG welders and the TIG welding process with through-the-hood close-up views of the weld beads, allowing you to see exactly how beautiful beads that look like a stack of dimes are made


  • Urethane Supply Company

    Plastic Radiator Tank Repair Kit

    Automotive Parts and Accessories (Urethane Supply Company)
    List Price: $68.95

    Easy to use. See videos at youtube dot com slash urethanesupply
    Cheaper than buying a new replacement radiator.
    In just a few minutes, you can do an inexpensive radiator repair rather then taking it to a radiator repair shop or purchasing a new radiator


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