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WELDING TIP OF THE DAY : Stack Burning and Studs. Tips from the Old Welder.
Friday Mar 23, 2018 - 30/52
The Old Welder by Frank C. Tabor When machine-burning a large number of parts from thin material, it is advisable to "stack-burn" the job. You old-timers out there know what I'm talking about. You stack up several layers of steel and burn through all of them. This saves time, and gives a neater burn, eliminating the "slobbers" that form under the kerf when only one plate is burned at a time. Stack burning does have its problems . . .

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