How to Pass a 6G Monster Coupon Welding Test (TIG Root and Fill)

How to Pass a 6G Monster Coupon Welding Test (TIG Root and Fill)


– Welcome to Weld.com. I’m Bob Moffitt. Appreciate your support over the years, your comments and your feedback. We’ve been having multiple
requests for the Monster Coupon and I believe Mancub had asked
me a while back to teach him how to do a little back feed which is what I like to
do on Monster Coupons. Want to tack this up want to use
the AHP the new Alpha TG201XD. Run the root pass on this, I’ll run one side and I’ll teach him this back feed method. I think he likes the lay wire, I’m not trying to get him off of that. So we can do a little back feed get some reinforcement in here. Let’s get some gear on, we’ll go right to it. I’m get ready to tack up, I’m probably going to do this a little different than most guys do it. Most people do it. I’m going to put three tacks in here. The first one is going
to be at 12 o’clock. (upbeat music) Just from you got like a fit tack, It’ll be less than a
quarter of an inch long. The other two tacks I want to put in here at two o’clock and 10 o’clock. And the reason I like to do that is because they’re up above center. It leaves the entire bottom open. I can rest my wire
against one of the tacks when I’m coming off a
bottom fit from the inside. Also I can tie into those. Most of the time without
ground running them out and feathering them. I can just keep wrought ongoing. Consume it. Keep wrought on going come up to the top, I’m going to give it a go that way. Personally I like to rest
my wire against my tack. Put my thumb against the
bottom of the coupon over here. Hit the foot pedal inadvertently. Walk this in here off the bottom. Get some reinforcement, until I get up at such a point where I can wiggle a
cup the rest of the way. Working up on the tack, I heat the whole thing up. Add some wire and I’ll just consume that. When the leading edge dips a little bit, let us keep wrought on going. And we have a root pass. Man cub you want to do a little back feed here on monster coupon? – Yeah. – Okay. Mancub wants to learn a little
back feed technique here instead of the flat wire he’s used too, so want to take him out of his element. Do the other side. We’ve got 530 second gap maintained by those tacks that we put in earlier. Come off this bottom side get it wet. Put your wrought on the leading edge. Start building that profile
and you’re good to go. – All right. – When you come up to this tack. When you’re just short of it, use your arc to heat that tack up. Back up. Dab some wire and come on through it. – All right. – Wrought on the leading
edge of that tack, heats up and sags you just, add wire and keep wrought on going. And that way you’re not grinding tacks, you’re using the arc to blend
and keep right on going. Your profile should be
consistent all the way. – I like that not using
a grinder heck yeah. – Just another method Man
that’s way I’ve been doing that. I’ve had good success with
it and I don’t grind a lot. I’m fat and old and lazy
and I don’t like to grind. Don’t. Start welding. Don’t comment on that. Carry on. – So I start about a quarter inch back or three sixteenths back? – From three sixteenths
back on that leading edge just get it good and wet first and then put the wire on the leading edge you’ll see it. – Put wire on leading edge. Heat it up. There you go – Then you take off. – You’re going to blend in. – Relax. – May I readjust? – Okay. Need to readjust, readjust. – All right. – Except you came out
of that awfully quick. You got that piping porosity
so make sure you back up. Actually we should grind that, but back up, consume
that and now keep going. – All right. – There you go. Coming up on the tide. Keep the whole thing up. Add wire. So that you get good result
keep the wire in there. Keep everything up. That’s one and weld through it. Kind of the same way I
started out on the root. I will take, I’ll take and put my thumb
against this lightly. Just to come off the bottom. Until I can rest the cup up here and then I’ll walk it, wash the rest the way. I want to spend time on the edge I want to spend time in the
bevel phase more time up here. Wire is going to follow the arc, but I don’t want to reshape this root I don’t want to heat it up to the point where I’m sucking it back. So. – What’s the point you spend up on top? So you have a good tie in or something – Wire is going to follow the arc. – All right. – I spend more time up here and I come down in the profile you’re laying there correctly. If I spend more time on the bottom and adding wire then my profile
going to be more to the bottom. I want it to lay in there flat. I’m pre-planning my well. – I can see you’re doing a
little slight pause your top. – I’m not trying to fill this up. I’m just trying throw some beef in here. – Got you. So that when we go to the fill passes. – Yeah. – We’re not taking a
chance to blow anything up. – Gotch you. – We come out of this slow, Prowl up on the wall, pop out of it so they don’t lay piping porosity on leading edge. It’s not perfect Perfect. But again I’m pretty sure we’ve got a few passes to put in here. – Yeah. – I’m wanting to fill this a little bit. Get enough beef in there. I didn’t I’m sure we can check that didn’t look like I was hot
enough to rearrange the root. Spend 2/3 of your time up here on the top. Let it wash down here. Make sure you totally weld, blend it into the bevels and keep wrought on going. – Sweet. – Changed it over to a number 10 cups, so you’d have a little
more room to work in. I mean you can freehand it in there too. So. (arc welding hisses) Whenever it’s comfortable for you. – I’m want to try do
the wiggle some stuff. – Walk it off the bottom. Heat it up. Keep the wire on top. There you go. This concludes our root pass and fill pass or half pass
whatever you want to call it on a monster Coupon run. So again we put We did a little bit different technique. We put tacks at 12 o’clock,
10 o’clock, two o’clock. We can back feed coming off the bottom
kept the profile going. We didn’t even grind the tacks because we used the arc and technique to wash through this came up here to top, closed it up. Came back and put our fill pass in with technique of keeping the
wire more to the top side. Learn anything. – Yeah a lot. – Little technique. You can create your own suck back if you pull the wire too soon. You can create too much
up here of a cold wire and it’s not much of a
subtle technique change you go through it and
get comfortable with it. Forget foot pedal just draw
around them all the time set your amperage at
120 whatever you like. – All right. – Keep going. So I hope you found this educational please subscribe to our channel. Check us out on Facebook and Instagram give Mancub a big shout out. – Thank you Bob. – Thanks for watching Weld.Com.

87 thoughts on “How to Pass a 6G Monster Coupon Welding Test (TIG Root and Fill)

  1. Excellent points brother. I also teach only 3 tacks but at 9:00 and 3:00 along with 12:00. Will try the 10 and 2 Monday morning at the Training Center to see the difference. Man-cub has improved alot. Kudos kid!

  2. Love the feature music! So smooth. It dragged an involuntary laugh out from somewhere between my imagination and my elbow.

  3. Thank you sir for all of the information you share with us , itโ€™s greatly appreciated ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  4. Spoken with a deep sexy soulful voice: OH YES my voluptuously thick too HOT to handle MAGNUM Coupin! BOBBY The BOSS-HOG Moffat is breaking down those luscious steel walls and pumping that reinforcement through with every drop of perfectly placed fantastically fluid tacks and radiant root! Monster, u never had it sooo good!!

    Seriously though: thank You!!!!Bobby & Crew, for always putting out Super Helpful, INSTRUCTIONAL Videos, it really means a whole lot to me and the rest of Planet Internet!!!

  5. Love the vids guys. Whats up the lower resolution? Certainly nothing up with those killer arc shots other than them being F-N exceptional as usual! BTW @2:45 that porn music fits those arc shot perfect cause they are orgasmic. lol

  6. I can't get enough of that ninja move. Watched it a bunch on Instagram. Very nice. Surprised there wasn't any ninja-esque sound effects added

  7. Nice video , and can you tell us about that pipe stand your using ? Like the brand , and name maybe where to buy one .

  8. Interesting background music. I had to turn the sound down in case someone walked by thinking I was watching something else! I can't wait to try this weld with my new water cooled torch on my Everlast tig welder!

  9. Hi Bob, just how thick are the walls of this pipe coupon either in thou of an inch or millimetres?
    Angle of the individual bevels and combined?
    You mentioned the spacing but what was the land?

  10. To me it looked like that tig finger instead of helping him just really screwed him. Itโ€™s welding heโ€™s gonna burn his fingers!

  11. thanks Bob. now what do you do when the company you working for has lady boys that are welders and they want wanna those pipepuffers to brother-in law with you on some 16" super duplex?

  12. Great explanation of why you spend more time on the top of the weld – so the metal will sag into the right profile as it cools.

  13. I've done countless amounts of these tests. Carbon, Stainless, Chromium, Zircaloy and Inconel. Nothing special but good job weld.com I always start with the wrong or hardest end of the pipe. For me it's 6:00 – 3:00 as I always do this first since it allows me a lot of room to play. Since 6 – 9 is so easy. Beyond that I just walk the cup from there and nothing goes wrong.

  14. Man cub is a lucky guy, what I wouldn't give to have all these toys to play with and learn from the man the myth the legend mr Bob moffit

  15. Off subject Bob but getting back into what I love after a 10 year break . Iโ€™m going back after my AWS structural certs absolutely love your videos Iโ€™m using them to remember the small tricks of the trade as well as learning a ton of new ones from you . Iโ€™ve built a cutting straight edge of your design and use it almost daily on the job. I have a circle burner Iโ€™ve made but Iโ€™d like to one of your ideas. Keep it coming Iโ€™m watching your videos daily!
    Thanks for your knowledge Mickey

  16. Don't tell me what to not do ๐Ÿ˜› You are ripped, grown up and you seem to have a job. Where would you go to get some good scraps for cupons? I'm still in my studies for becoming a welder, and I don't have much of dat cheddar stacked for fun things like practice. Shwt awt to Mancub!

  17. Second time this has been recommended to me and after my second watch forgetting the music entirely, I think this is the best arc shot to show the full technique of backfeeding the weld pool!
    Bob and camera guy at their best!

  18. Hi Bob-
    A few questions, please-
    Root pass amperage?
    Filler rod? didn't look like ER70S2.
    How would you test this coupon- UT, Xray,??
    Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

  19. Can we get a tutorial on positioning techniques. Might sound basic but some tips on how to move and position yourself before and during the weld would be great.

  20. No se inglรฉs pero me gustan los vรญdeos, son de gran valor educativo, creo yo que el รบnico idioma que ablamos en comรบn es el idioma de la soldadura. Saludos desde GUATEMALA ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡น

  21. Have you used a pipe liners pancake welding shield no reflections feather lite and more comfortable try one ๐Ÿค๐Ÿ™Œ.

  22. Ive done alot of welding procedures but i have never used tig at all. Ive done FCAW in .045 and 1/16 duel shielded as well as outershield ive done spray and metalcore as well as pipe 6010 root 7018 fill and cap. Ive done oxy fuel welding. But you sir are literally teaching me how to tig weld

  23. you never show a good shot of the inside bob and when you do its from the edge of the opening of the pipe to far away to see anything.

  24. The student gets it…. He'll be a Master at the Skilled "Craft" soon.
    I miss my welding days greatly.
    Carry on.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *