Seattle, Washington (PressExposure) October 20, 2008 -- Welder World has just released a new section of their website that has Welding and basic Flux Core Welding tips defined and everything else on Flux Core Welding. This is part of a new community website that is all about the Flux Core Welding Basic Information. Members and non-members can visit this Flux Core Welding Tips and Basics page on the Welder World website for free at: http://www.welderworld.com/.
Here is an excerpt from the new Flux Core Welding Tips and Basics webpage:
âThere are basically two types of Flux Core Welding overview that are used: one type uses a shielding gas and the other one does not. With the first type a shielding gas is not used because the flux already has characteristics to resolve a contamination problem so it acts as its own shield. Most welders prefer this type because it penetrates well with the base metal and because it is portable.
The second type uses an outside source for its shielding gas and generally is used to weld different steels together. This type of welding process is used when you have very thick metals to join together or when you have metals that are out of position for some reason. You will have to be wary of outside air conditions when using this one because too much wind could make slag on your metal.
There are many advantages of using this type of welding process. Some of them include:
1. You can generally use this in every position if you use a consumable electrode for the filler metals. 2. You can use it outside and in windy conditions if you use the first type of welding because you donât need a shielding gas. 3. The deposition rate is high 4. Some of the processes, like when you are using it in the automotive industry, are higher speed than other processes.â
There is plenty of more information on the new Flux Core Welding website that can be found by visiting: http://www.welderworld.com/. There is also a special going on now that allows members to gain access to free ebooks and other free materials just for signing up as a member of the welding website for free at: http://www.welderworld.com/ Users should check back often to the Welding general page as more information will be added as the website expands and grows.