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Re: HardSurfacing 101 (Video)

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Good video, looks like you're learning a lot about welding. Regarding pipe welding one of the trickier welding jobs. I used to run weld certs for a fab shop. Our version of the "Arkansas Bellhole" test was 6" sch. 80 pipe, 6G position in a corner, 18" above the floor with a restrictor ring 1" from the weld joint. Separated the welders from the "daubers". Used to get a lot of "pipeliners", some of them had a hard time making the transition from vertical down to vertical up. At that time all pipeline welds outside the refinery fence were vert. down and everything inside the fence was vert. up.

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 Re: HardSurfacing 101 (Video) in reply to Wyokid, 03-06-2013 09:58:50  
When I was in welding school the last process we were taught was Tig welding. Once we completed all the requirements, we were allowed to play with 2-inch tube with a consumable insert in it. We had to place the tube 6-inches from the ceiling and 6-inches from the wall, and use a mirror to weld the back side.

I would really like to learn how to Tig weld pipe with this method.

Here is 6-G with restriction ring. Guy on the AWS forum posted this picture.

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