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6010 Break test.

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Puddles

06-28-2011 07:54:51




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5/32-inch Lincoln 5P-Plus 6010, had nothing but trouble with this rod, acted almost like arc blow, really had to fight it. Took 10-blows from a 4-pound hammer to break the plate.
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Puddles

06-28-2011 13:42:15




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 Re: 6010 Break test. in reply to Welds, 06-28-2011 07:54:51  
Stick when it went to he!! it went to he!! in a hurry, half way through the weld I was dropping the stinger trying to force the puddle up on the upper plate, 3/4 of the way through I had to start running a C motion and sling the puddle up on the upper plate. :?
I've heard from a lot more experienced weldors than I about dipping 6010 in water! :wink:



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Stick welder

06-28-2011 12:19:24




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 Re: 6010 Break test. in reply to Puddles, 06-28-2011 07:54:51  
Looks like it started off not bad and then went to shutt. Rods could have dried out too much. Try dipping them in water quickly and then wringing them out or wiping them off on your coveralls. They should weld much better. Even a bad 6010 weld like that is still a fair bit stronger than a good 6013 weld. I think the weld being mostly on the bottom plate under the second 0 (6010)is the reason the crack is near the top edge of the weld. When I took a course on pressure welding at the tech. school, if the 6010 were running funny, the instructor would just open a fresh 50 lb. can of them. He also said to try dipping them in water and it won't affect the weld as long as they aren't dripping wet. My teacher in high school said the same thing.

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