Tig welding. 1mm Thickness Stainless Steel Plate Welding.

Tig welding. 1mm Thickness Stainless Steel Plate Welding.

1mm Thick Stainless Steel Plate Welding Hello, I made a video today to weld thin stainless steel plates. I’d appreciate it if you could press “subscribe” and “Like.” This is a welding method used to weld thin stainless steel plates. It’s a straight line of welding without using a welding rod. Today I’m going to show you some other welding methods besides this one. 1mm, 1.2mm, 1.5mm and 2.0mm are commonly used when making products from thin stainless steel plates. We’ll be welding stainless steel sheets that are 1mm thick today. I’m going to show you some welding methods. When you’re welding this thin stainless steel… It is common to weld two steel plates together completely without gap Today, we’re going to weld the two steel plates together completely without any gaps. We’ll also make a video about how to weld a gap in the next two steel plates. We’re going to do a close welding today. When “tack weld” is performed on thin steel plates, the input heat can be minimized by setting the welding setting to “No Crater” or “Spot Welding.” I set it up as “spot welding.” And you can do “tack weld” like this way. And when you “tack weld” it’s better to “tack weld” it quickly in a short time using a slightly higher current than the current used to weld it. When you “tack weld” a thin sheet of steel, if you “tack weld” the end first, the other side opens and you create a gap. In that case, it’s better to “tack weld” the middle or the inner part first and then “tack weld” the edge. And then you can stick it in this shape completely, and you can “tack weld” There’s a welding method where you can weld it with the strain I showed you at the beginning There’s also a way to weld the “start button” a little bit over and over again. And if necessary, when welding with a welding rod. Welding with a welding rod on a thin sheet of steel is not easy. There’s also a way to weld them with pulses. The first is to use “spot welding” to weld little by little. The current used 70 amps. The internal diameter of the nozzle is 16mm. The amount of argon gas is 20. This method of welding does not require large nozzles and a lot of gas. But with large nozzles and lots of gas, we can get a better result. This is a method of using high current to make sure that the weld is firmly welded, stopped, welded, stopped, stopped, and then welded little by little, in a very short period of time This welding method is also a popular method for welding thin steel plates. And it’s a very simple welding method that even beginners can easily imitate. This is a welding method that allows you to adjust the amount of heat input and gas shield. But if the welding machine is crazy, it’s not a good start, and it leaves a scar from the spark. And the disadvantage is that a bad language comes out of the welder’s mouth or nicotine comes to mind. My welding machine is still crazy and strange. These are the results. As you can see, the results are not bad. “Gas Shield” is a good one If the welding machine is not crazy, it’s possible to weld better results and faster. Sometimes you have to use a welding rod. I’ll show you how to use a welding rod while welding with the same welding method. The current has been slightly higher as the welding rod needs to be melted. Current used 80 amps. The welding rod was 1.2mm. The rest of the conditions are the same as before. This welding method is to apply heat to the welding rod first, melt the weld rod and attach it to the steel plate. Tungsten can aim at the end of the weld rod. And it feels like the weld rod is lightly pushed in the direction of the “fusion pool”. Advantages of this welding method are welding on thin steel plates with a welding rod, but the amount of heat input is relatively easy and “gas shield” is also good. The downside is that if the welding machine goes crazy and sparks are produced when welding is started, the spark can melt away other parts of the welding rod. And the shortcoming is that it’s hard to make a pretty weld because the light turns on and then. So as you can see, the welding is not constant. It’s like they’ve been welded after drinking 2 liters of alcohol. It’s kind of embarrassing. If you have a chance to join a normal welder in the future, I’ll upload a prettier weld. So here’s a welding method that can be used when the welding machine is crazy and the start is not working. Pulse welding method The pulse setting is 1 Hz, 20%. The current used 60 amps. If the base current is adjustable, the lowest current may be used. Please note that the pulse setting method is detailed in “Tigweld Basic Part 1”. This weld is a method of welding where low and high currents are repeated automatically and continuously. When it’s high current, it melts and attaches the welding rod. At low current, the weld line can be checked while stabilizing the “dissolved pool” that is not melting. Due to the thinness of the weld rod, too much melting may occur if the weld rod is attached to the “fusion pool” So I think it’s better to supply the weld rods little by little only when there’s a high current. This welding method is a method of welding that can complement the “poor bead” which is a disadvantage of previous welding It’s not bad, is it? So today we’ve done four welding methods for thin stainless steel plates. Steel plates smaller than 1mm can also be welded. But in practice, it’s rare to use steel plates that are thinner than 1mm. So I did a 1mm weld. In the future, we’ll also try to make a way to weld a gap between the steel plates. I’ll also do a right-angled fillet weld. So I’m going to end it like this today. My welding method is not necessarily the answer. But it’s one of the many different welds that can be applied in a variety of situations, so I hope it helps. I hope this video will help all the welders grow up and help them a little bit. Please press “Like.” I also post welds on my Instagram once in a while, so I’d appreciate you coming over and playing. If you “subscribe” and come to my channel, there’s a lot more welding videos. Thanks for watching.

12 thoughts on “Tig welding. 1mm Thickness Stainless Steel Plate Welding.

  1. 오메 반갑네요…
    얇은 박판 용접은 우리 업종에서 많이 사용하는 것이라…
    제가 따라할수 있을것 같습니다….^^

  2. 안녕하세요 구독 좋아요 ?꾹뀩 누르고 항상 감사드립니다 이런영상은 학원에서도 배울수 없는 영상 입니다 학원에서 배우는 용접은 산업용 용접기술이지 선생님께서 가르쳐 주시는 용접 기술은 정말? 디자인 하는사람의 한사람 으로서 목메이게 갈망하던 용접 기술이었 습니다 이것은 기술이아닌 예술 입니다 이제 조금은 융접 이라는걸 알것 갇습니다 이렇게도 좋은기술의 영상 세계?를 통틀어 단연코 으뜸으로 생각 합니다 감사하고 또 감사드립니다

  3. 용접기 소맥 부어야 할것 같해요
    설명 넘 잘 하시고 감사 함니다
    영상 보시는 분들 좋아요 누르고 감상 하세용 꾸벅 ^-^

  4. 용접기의 미친짓? ㅋㅋ 저도 요즘 그 현상이 일어나서 당황스러울때가있는데 원인이 멀까요? 텅스텐 끝에서 나가야할게 텅스텐 끝보다 위쪽에서 불규칙하게 나오는 현상 원인에 대한 이해가 필요합니다.
    원인을 알고싶어요…

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