They stereotypical 4x4 guy isn't too bright either, if you're following stereotypes, you might as well call everybody here idiots too.Dude, you're a union weldor, not generally considered too high on the intelligence scale. :laughing:
Not to fear, though, I have a few things to do. :evil:
Hi Engloid, good to see you back and I hope you can offer some of your experince and knowledge before letting the butt hurt crew get to you.Color and penetration are way overrated on the internet. The reason is because people think that penetration means a good weld. With a proper weld joint, you only need to break the surface of the parts being welded, rather than burn deeply into them.
Hi Brooksy, been ok mate, busy with work and surf....Hey Serg,
How have things been?
A lot depends on personal touch which brings in personal setting differences. What one welders settings may be can differ from the next although a base or starting point could be found.
Both settings would be fine although it looks like you fade off on peno towards end of run. First runs at lower setting is fine but your gun speed would differ from the next but probably perform the same.When at the end of run pause & roll back or flick back to eliminate perocity faults in root of weld which can be seen. This also gives a good landing to continue weld on a stop-start run.
Welds are a bit upright too.:flipoff2: