2F Tee Joint - Welding Level 5

2F Tee Joint - Welding Level 5

In this video, a 2F Tee joint is formed when two metal plates are joined perpendicular to each other, creating a T shape. In this level 5 welding process, the joint is welded from the front side or the top side, hence it is called a 2F Tee joint. The joint preparation process involves cutting the metal plates to size, grinding the edges, and cleaning the surfaces. The welding process involves setting up the welding machine, positioning the plates, and tacking the plates to hold them in place. The welder then proceeds to weld the plates, moving the electrode in a circular motion to fill the joint with the molten filler metal. Careful attention is given to maintain the correct heat and speed to ensure that the weld is of high quality. The finished product is a strong, durable weld that can be used in a variety of applications.

Last Update 08/03/2023
Completion Time 17 minutes
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