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Re: Hard surfacing

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05-21-2013 08:30:21

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I would build up the worn tooth with 7018 Then reshape it. I would then put hard face on it stoody 35 works great. There is other hard face rods most likely as good. Normally you don't put hard face on more than one pass thick. It will crack when you put multiple passes to build something up. The heat range should be on the box, you are not looking for penetration so you could run on the low side.

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05-21-2013 14:32:15

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 Re: Hard surfacing in reply to JOB, 05-21-2013 08:30:21  
First hardfacing rods aren't designed to build up, just to do what their name inplies and put a hard surface on an object. That said, nearly all hardfacing rods are going to crack wether you use one pass or two. Too, some rods are designed to use in a single pass application and achieve full hardness while some need at least two passes to obtain maximum harness.

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05-22-2013 04:18:55

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 Re: Hard surfacing in reply to NCWayne, 05-21-2013 14:32:15  
NCWayne, What I posted worked for me. I have a 24"bucket on a Case 580 that has the corner of the bucket built up with hard face and I see no cracks. Kind of a triangular area. The welds butt against each other. A one pass build up. To have sharp hard teeth the best repair would be to replace the teeth.

I have a 36" bucked on a Bantam that I can't weld on near the teeth unless I preheat to 400 degrees and maintain the heat while welding. I want to put a cross hatch pattern there with a little hard face.

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