welding secrets by hal wilson

Welding Secrets (2nd Edition) by Hal Wilson

Welding Secrets (2nd Edition) is an extensive stunning guide for the self-taught welders and experience holder welders. The handbook is authored by Hal Wilson. The book explains various welding topics on processes with pictures and helps aspiring students to become good welders. Besides this, it also helps welders working on jobs.

Welding Secrets (2nd Edition) by Hal Wilson

The following is all about the content of the handbook.

Table of Contents:

1. How to Remove A Bad Bearing Race or Cup from A Hole?

2. How to Build Up A Worn Shaft?

3. How to Burn A Nut Off A-Bolt and Save The Threads on The Bolt?

4. How to Expand A Nut?

5. How to Shrink A Nut?

6. Camouflage

7. How to Remove A Broken-Off Bolt?

8. Case Hardening

9. How to Square A-Frame by Welding or Peening?

10. How to Make A Warped Steel Frame Lie Flat?

11. How to Weld A Screen Wire to A Steel Frame?

12. How to Make A Smooth Cut with A Cutting Torch?

13. How to Do Overhead Welding?

14. How to Weld Thick to Thin?

15. How to Make A Smooth Bead?

16. Vertical Weld

17. How to Flux Lead?

18. Bulge

19. How to Burn A Weld and Save Both Pieces?

20. Big John

21. Notch Effect

22. How to Remove A Broken-Off Tap?

23. Built-in Stresses

24. Crystals

25. How to Burn Through A Large Steel Shaft?

26. My First Commercial Weld

27. Cast Iron Welded with Nickel Electrodes

28. Straighten 6-Inch Strip

29. Clevis on Channel Iron

30. How to Temper A Chisel?

31. How to Make A Circle Lie Flat?

32. How to Remove A Stuck Sleeve from A Hole?

33. How to Shrink A Steel Pulley?

34. Reinforce Inside of Tubing or Pipe

35. How to Repair A Crack Ln A Piece of Tubing?

36. Weld Inserted Pipe

37. Another Method for Welding Pipe

38. Build Up Inside of Tubing

39. Test Welds

40. Flying Coaster

41. Roller Coaster

42. Cracked Center

43. Peening Test

44. Cross Brace

45. Test Welds on Low Carbon Steel

46. “Direction of Travel” And “Back-Stepping”

47. Why A Weld Bead Shrinks More Where It Stops Than It Does Where It Starts

48. Confined Expansion

49. The Exception to The Rule

50. Magnaflux Testing for Cracks

51. Water Tank

52. Back Stepping

53. Broken Trailer Frame

54. Air Lifts

55. Subjects of Non-Welding

56. Cover A Padded Bar with Upholstery Hooks or Eyes on Spring

57. Make A Coil Spring

58. Cooling Fin

59. Shaft Will Break at Shoulder

60. How to Temper Small Parts?

61. Rod Ends

62. Find Diameter of Numbered Machine Screws

63. Which Way to Turn A Turnbuckle

64. Dish in Wheel

65. Blowing Grip on Bar

66. How to Find A Tap Drill Size Without A Chart?

67. Finding Half of a Mixed Common Fraction

68. Simple Hardness Tester

69. Fusibility: The Ease of Melting

70. The heat of Fusion of Metals

71. Thermal Conductivity of Metals

72. Thermal Expansion

73. Typical Ferrous Materials

74. Uses for Steel by Carbon Content

75. Aws Electrode Classification System

76. Temper Colors

77. Melting Points of Some Elements

Thus, Welding Secrets (2nd Edition) is an important book for enhancing skills both for the self-taught welders and experience holders.

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