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Cricut design space is only welding part of the word.

I highlight a box around the whole word and click weld and it only welds part of the word. It leaves out middle letters.

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What settings do i use to arc weld.


Not sure what machine you have, but it should be DC straight (electrode negative or DCEN) and DC reverse (electrode positive or DCEP). The polarities have different characteristics. For example, if you're planning to TIG weld, you would either use DCEN or AC (if welding aluminum). For the general stick welding process, DCEP tends to give you a deeper weld. The welding rod you buy will have recommended machine polarity and amperage range settings, you should use the recommended polarity for whichever rod you're using because different rods are designed to weld under different circumstances. But, generally speaking, most welding rods for steel will work on DCEP without much trouble.

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How do I fit legs made from same 25mm square tube as top section from moving from 90 degree angle as I weld ?


couple of methods
use a section of the square tube as a block across the frame and clamp to the leg and to the frame the leg is being welded to ( that holds the leg square to the frame
now tack weld along the length and not across the frame
the problem is that when you weld across with out tacking both sides first , as the weld cools down it pulls the leg in that direction and the trick is to prevent that action by tacking both sides first before welding properly
welding across the tube will tend to bend the frame as well and by welding along the sides of the frame after tacking inside and outside first that stops the from from bending
mostly a weld on both sides of the frame rail onto the leg will be sufficient as it is not really necessary to weld all the way around the leg

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USB ports are not welded, soldered, or fused. They are simply a press in device. It would be best to have a technician test the port and if a replacement is necessary, fix it properly. This a very RARE necessity and why did you conclude it was a faulty USB port?

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JB Weld. Make sure the surface (inside and outside) and the crack is clean and dry. Mix up some JB Weld and press it into the crack from both the inside and the outside. Be sure to spread a layer of JB Weld across the crack. You do not want the JB Weld to be just in the crack.

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If the weld is done properly, it will penetrate through to the other side, All the grease, oil, contaminants must be removed before the weld is made. I mean ALL the contaminants! Then, with a drill motor and a wire brush scrub it thoroughly. blow it off with compressed air and wash it with acetone. I would do everything I could to ensure the back side is every bit as clean, Pressure washing is good. And, of course, remove the steering gear. If the holes are distorted, hammer them flat.

it will start to rust immediately. So, do this right before welding. Then, wire brush it again and paint it with rustoleum, undercoat or something of that nature, Good luck!

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You didn't say how old is the deep fryer. There are 3 ways to do this job. A. take out the old tank and weld it ( most likely this is a very unreliable because when you start welding a spot, you may find another one somewhere else, and it never ends, and the welding shop will not give you any warranty for their welding too. ) and it is not cheap on labour alone. B. Replace the old tank from Imperial , They give you 90 days warranty on replacement parts. Please check out the labour first. C. This is the best way replace the whole unit with a new one they give you 1 year part & labour warranty. This is cheap compare with trying to repair the old one. You should shop around before you decided what to do. Good luck hope this can help.

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With a tig welder it is designed to do this. The gas is used to shield your weld of all airborne contaminates. Your welder should have a flow on start of weld and what they call a post flow. This post flow protects your finished weld from contamination. You can preset it from 0 to 30 seconds on a majority of welders. I would recommend you set a postflow for at least 10 seconds and hold the torch above your finished weld until gas shuts off. It is doing this for a reason! Too Protect your weld from oxidation and other contaminates while the molten weld pool sets up! Hope this helps out!

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You have your burners misaligned with the tubes. Re-align the burners and the welds will hold up fine.
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