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Hand Forging by Thomas F. Googerty

SCARF WELDING, hammer, fuller, drawn out, T welding, scarfs, heat, lapped, scarf, hammered, smooth weld
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SCARF WELDING 63 ball of the hammer, or a fuller may be used. They are drawn out in the same manner as described for T welding, excepting that each piece has two scarfs opposite to one another, instead of Fig. 84- Lapping Corner Scarfs one as shown in the cross bar for T welding. The heat is taken and the pieces are lapped with one scarf under the other. When hammered, these thin scarfs lap onto the thick part of the bar and make a smooth weld.

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