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I was just looking up the specs on some Ni rod today. I've got a bunch of Harris NLW 59 rod- That one they say to preheat to 400 and then let cool slowly once done welding. The other rod they have is NLW 99, which is what everyone is recomending. That one says preheat is still good, especially on big castings, but not life or death from what I read.
How did it break? Certainly not impossible to weld and probably something I would try to tackle.
How would I do it? Carefully. I really don't know how I'd approach it though, but if you can clamp it flat it would probably help. Would probably still need to dust the bottom side once done to make sure you don't put any more stress on it.
Donovan from Wisconsin
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