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9 1 GMA MIG Fillet Weld Procedure To make a GMA MIG fillet weld 1 Clean the mating surfaces to remove oxides and any other residual contaminants that could adversely affect weld quality 2 Clamp the mating surfaces tightly together 3 Make sample test welds on scrap pieces of the same alloy and thickness as the parts to be welded 9 Repair Procedure 10 1 Preparation Of Salvage Parts To prepare salvage parts for welding Trim the parts to fit Remove all heat affected zones Make sure the parts are not deformed along the weld joints to ensure proper fit up Make sure mating surfaces are clean Avoid removing any zinc coating 10 Use Of Recycled Salvage Partsroot opening during root pass welding Fillet weld sizes as shown on the Welding Procedure Specification shall be used unless otherwise detailed on the engineering drawing Fillet welds shall be made so that they penetrate fully into the root Most of the hand tools you will need to complete a welding project can be found within a standard homeowners garage tool kit These items include a hammer s a standard " Claw Hammer" that most everyone has will work however I would recommend have two hammers 1 a " Slag Hammer" & 2 A 4 8lb mini sledge hammer a pair of" Wire Dykes/Linesman Pliers" if neither of these type of pliers are handy a Fillet weld Fillet welding refers to the process of joining two pieces of metal together when they are perpendicular or at an angle These welds are commonly referred to as tee joints which are two pieces of metal perpendicular to each other or lap joints which are two pieces of metal that overlap and are welded at the edges Fillet welded joints a review of the practicalities Fillet welded joints such as & 39 T& 39 lap and corner joints are the most common connection in welded fabrication In total they probably account for around 80% of all joints made by arc welding It is likely that a high percentage of other joining techniques also use some form of a fillet When it comes to Welding tools and equipment list welding clamps are another essential tool that helps in keeping the weld pieces together Say if you are weld pieces are not held together tightly it could become be impossible to weld and depending on the size of the metals you can even use up to 10 welding clamps the two parts will help the vapour escape Alternatively using a slight bevel of approximately 15o or even removing the coating from one surface will improve the weldability Various approaches to welding a fillet joint a No Preparation b With a gap of c With 15o Bevel ELECTRODE WELD PROCEDURE WELDING MACHINEand electrode Each welding procedure data sheet number should be unique so that the WPDS can be easily referenced on production schedules work orders shop drawings etc Date and Revision Enter the date the welding procedure data sheet was prepared and the revision number Reference Standards Some welding standards that may be referenced are

How are fillet weld gages used in final inspection

2 Cycle Stop Button Push button to stop welding cycle 3 Weld I Auto / Off Contactor When switched to AUTO weld contact I will close with cycle start Switched to the OFF weld contact I will remain open upon cycle start 4 Weld II Auto / Off Contactor When switched to AUTO weld contact II will close with cycle start Switched to theSpecification and qualification of welding procedures for metallic materials Welding Procedure test Part 1 Arc and gas welding of steels and arc welding of nickel and nickel alloys Part 2 Arc welding of aluminium and its alloys Part 3 Fusion and pressure welding of non alloyed and low alloyed cast irons AWS D 1 5 Section 3 6 1 1 in reference to fillet weld profiles The convexity of a weld or individual surface bead shall not exceed times the actual face width of the weld or individual bead respectively plus [ in] Image A is an example of a one sided weld fillet weld of a single lap joint Image B shows you a weld on both sides which will make it much stronger Image C is what is called an offset lap joint Your weld will be done in the natural seem made by the offset When an intermittent fillet is not a chain weld it will then be called out as a staggered intermittent fillet weld The welds will be placed on both sides of the joint but it will be offset with one another This offset shows on the reference line as well A top quality weld is the foundation of professional collision repair This video Welding offers a behind the scenes look at the welding process in a collision repair facility Viewers will closely examine the functionality of the various parts of the MIG welding gun the most commonly used welding gun for auto body repair today and the Welding Fabrication Procedure Rev 1 10/27/06 ment 4 ASME B31 9 Building Services Acceptance Criteria FILLET WELD PROFILES AND SLIP ON / SOCKET WELDED FLANGES WELD PROFILES Equal Leg Fillet Welds Surface of Vertical Member The “Size” of an Equal Leg Fillet Weld is the length of the largest inscribed right isosceles triangle Fillet welds are one of the most common weld types in the industry This weld is used when the joint has two members coming together to form an intersection of commonly 90 degrees These welds can be applied on varying angles but this would be the most prominent Welding technique weld progression bead overlap etc Equipment settings such as amps volts and wire feed Preheat and interpass temperatures Travel speed key element in heat input Heat input where appropriate Mock up weldment if required meets requirements with welder and welding engineer

Volume 2 WELDING FABRICATION PROCEDURE

CONCAVE FILLET WELD Definition A fillet weld that sinks in the center Preventive Action 1 Adjust amps/volts 2 Decrease travel speed 3 Maintain appropriate arc length/wire stickout 4 Adjust torch/rod angle 5 Feed more wire into the puddle when manu al TIG welding 6 Increase stop time dwell time on weaved beads 7 Fillet weld Fillet welding refers to the process of joining two pieces of metal together whether they be perpendicular or at an angle These welds are commonly referred to as Tee joints which are two pieces of metal perpendicular to each other or Lap joints which are two pieces of metal that overlap and are welded at the edges Jan 27 With a fillet tee weld hold the rod or wire regardless of weld process at a 45° angle between the two pieces of metal Arc spacing Adjust travel speed so that the welding arc stays within the leading one third of the weld pool For wire flux core or MIG welding keep a work distance of ⅜ to ½ inch 6 Fillet Weld Symbols Fillet welds are one of the most common weld types in the industry This weld is used when the joint has two members coming together to form an intersection of commonly 90 degrees These welds can be applied on varying angles but this would be the most prominent A fillet weld symbol can be used with an arrow side below Question 1 of 12 Identifying the Parts of a Fillet Weld Identify part " C" of the fillet weld image Actual throat Effective throat Theoretical throat Weld depth Question 1 of 12 Identifying the Parts of a Fillet Weld The Track Welding Carriage With Oscillator is a track welding carriage designed to produce butt and fillet welds with or without oscillation The carriage can work in PA flat PB horizontal vertical PC horizontal PD overhead horizontal vertical PE overhead PF vertical up and PG vertical down welding positions the metal that is being welded and the joint type i e groove fillet etc dictates the welding parameters and the procedure that needs to be followed to obtain a sound weld joint Typical Arc Welding Processes Shielded metal arc welding SMAW Shielded metal arc welding which is also known as stick welding is the most widely used process May 20 Yes Fillet weld gages are one example of equipment used to demonstrate final acceptance of welds Only the gages used by personnel performing final inspection need to demonstrate traceability to a national standard " I have not seen these ever to have been certified 5 INTRODUCTION The K BUG is a highly versatile fillet welder designed for all position welding and equipped with a pendulum oscillator The K BUG drives on four rubber wheels and utilizes guide arms and a strong