Originally Posted by DiabloADV
I've got a Hobart 110v wire feed welder (with gas). I'm looking to weld up some exhaust pipes. I am NOT a highly skilled welder.
I'm looking for technique tips on welding mild steel pipes together. I found this YouTube vid that seems to make a lot of sense to me, at my skill level. Rather than try to lay a bead, the guy makes a series of tack welds around the tube. This strikes me as a way to really control what I'm doing.
Thoughts on this approach? Better suggestions...?
A true tack weld is made to break off if needed or hold things in position to be welded.
A series of tacks would be a series of welds made to break off.
I weld exhaust with an SP100 turned down C 3 .
I start at the top and make my way down. One pass each side.
Make a dry pass to see where the gun will fit if its on the car.
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