Hello. Today… I made a video of “Pipe Fillet Welding 3Pass” I’d appreciate it if you could press “subscribe” and “Like.” Let’s get started. It’s 1pass. The nozzle has an internal diameter of 16mm. And tungsten is about 12mm long. Welding rods used 2.4-pi welds. And the current used 200 amps. Pipe size is 100A SCH40 carbon steel pipe. Okay, my camera finally did it. We’re able to film the melting pool. A subscriber sent us an opinion that he really wants to see the melting pool. You know, my camera’s not working. But after trying various filming methods, I was able to film the melting pool. But this method of filming is a little tricky… I don’t think I can make many videos with this method. But sometimes I will make a video and upload it using this method. There’s a little bit of overlap with the old video, but the melting pool was so good that I made the video. I’d appreciate it if you could watch the new method of filming. Please refer to “Flange Outside Welding Method #1” for instructions on how to weld. It’s 2Pass. The nozzle has an internal diameter of 16mm. And tungsten is about 10mm long. Welding rods used a 3.2 pie welder. The current is 180 amps. Can you see the new method of filming well? Thanks to your support, I think my stupid camera has come to my senses. If you look at the weld video over and over again and learn with your eyes, I think it will help you train your image when you are welding. Finally, 3Pass. I’ve switched the nozzle to an internal diameter of 19mm. Tungsten is about ten millimeters long. Welding rods used a 3.2 pie welder. The current is 210 amperes. I’m trying various filming methods to make a better video. My camera doesn’t work if the autopocus is out of order. But I’m trying various filming methods, so if you send me your opinion on how to shoot, I’ll refer you to them. And I would appreciate it if you could send me your thoughts on how to shoot before and today. So here’s the result. Today, I made a video with this new set of filming methods. There’s a little bit of overlap with the old video, So, The welding description has been minimized. I’m working with my stupid camera to find a better way to shoot. Please press “Like.” So today we’ve made a video of how to weld the pipe fillet to 3Pass. If you watch the welding video over and over again and learn it with your eyes, I think it might help you train your image. As I always say, my welding method is not necessarily the answer But it’s one of the welding methods that we can apply in a variety of situations, so I hope it will help. I hope this video will help all welders grow and help a little bit. If you “subscribe” and come to my channel, there are more different weld videos. Thanks for watching.