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ISBN-10: 0071342451

ISBN-13: 9780071342452

Edition: 2nd 2000

Authors: Don Geary

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This hands-on guide gives beginning welders everything they need to know to work safely and productively. Its easy-to-understand format clearly shows how to: set up an oxacetylene welding outfit; use new processes, fuels, equipment, techniques; set up your own workshop; work safely. For practice, Geary includes welding projects for beginners. The thorough coverage of the CraftMaster book makes it an excellent bench reference for experienced welders, too.
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Book details

List price: $34.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 8/24/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 350
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.298

Don Geary is the author of more than 25 how-to books on a variety of shop and construction skills. He has written numerous articles that have appeared in Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, Family Handyman, and other publications.Rex Miller is Professor Emeritus of Industrial Technology at State University of New York—College at Buffalo, where he taught technical curriculums for more than 40 years. He has authored or coauthored more than 100 books for vocational and industrial arts programs, including Welding Licensing Exam Study Guide (McGraw-Hill).

Prefacep. xiii
Oxyacetylene Welding Fuelsp. 1
History of Gas Weldingp. 1
Oxygenp. 3
Liquid-Air Processp. 3
Cylindersp. 4
Safety Practicesp. 6
Acetylenep. 8
Carbide-to-Water Generatorsp. 8
Containersp. 9
Precautionsp. 10
Oxyacetylene Welding Equipmentp. 13
Regulatorsp. 13
Single-Stage Regulatorsp. 14
Two-Stage Regulatorsp. 14
Differencesp. 15
Regulator Freezingp. 18
Jumpp. 19
Creepp. 19
Hosesp. 19
Torchesp. 22
Injector Blowpipesp. 22
Medium-Pressure Blowpipesp. 23
Tipsp. 25
Cutting Attachmentsp. 27
Slag and Flashbackp. 27
Clothing and Gearp. 29
Wrenchesp. 30
Setting Up an Oxyacetylene Outfitp. 33
Attaching Regulators and Hosesp. 33
Opening Valvesp. 34
Setting Work Pressuresp. 34
Lighting the Torchp. 35
Acetylene Flamep. 36
Carburizing Flamep. 36
Neutral Flamep. 36
Oxidizing Flamep. 37
Concluding Tasksp. 37
Other Welding Equipment and Methodsp. 41
Arc Weldingp. 41
Electrodesp. 42
Current-Supplying Machinep. 43
Protection Gearp. 45
Striking an Arcp. 45
Cutting Metalp. 47
Tungsten Inert Gas Weldingp. 47
Gas Metal Arc Weldingp. 49
Metals and Their Propertiesp. 53
History of Metalsp. 53
Copperp. 54
Ironp. 54
Steel Making Processesp. 55
Physical Properties of Metalsp. 55
Colorp. 55
Magnetismp. 57
Melting Pointp. 57
Chemical Properties of Metalsp. 57
Mechanical Properties of Metalsp. 59
Tensile Strength, Ductility, and Hardnessp. 59
Compressive Strength, Toughness, and Malleabilityp. 60
Impact Strength, Fatigue, and Brittlenessp. 61
Stress, Elasticity, and Creepp. 61
Metal Identificationp. 62
Chip Testp. 62
Spark Testp. 63
Ironp. 65
Steelp. 67
Copperp. 69
Aluminump. 69
Magnesiump. 71
Sources of Metalsp. 71
Obtaining New Steelp. 71
Obtaing Scrap Metalp. 72
Welding Suppliesp. 73
Welding Rodsp. 73
Brazing Rodsp. 74
Surfacing Rodsp. 75
Fluxesp. 75
Solderingp. 77
Toolsp. 78
Soldering Ironsp. 78
Soldering Gunsp. 79
Torchesp. 79
Copper Tipsp. 80
Choosing the Proper Solderp. 83
Leadless Solderp. 86
Fluxesp. 87
Noncorrosive Fluxesp. 87
Corrosive Fluxesp. 87
Flux and Solder Combinationsp. 88
Surface Preparationp. 89
Techniquep. 92
Tinning the Tipp. 92
Heating the Work Metalp. 93
Tinning the Surfacep. 94
Chunky Solderp. 94
Cooling and Cleaning the Soldered Areap. 95
Soldering with a Flamep. 96
Soldering Copper Plumbing Pipep. 97
Safety Considerationsp. 98
Eye Protectionp. 98
Adequate Ventilationp. 99
Brazing and Braze Weldingp. 101
Uses of Brazingp. 101
Uses of Braze Weldingp. 103
Filler Materialsp. 103
Fluxp. 104
Preparing Surfacesp. 105
Cleaning Metalp. 106
Butt and Lap Jointsp. 107
Applying Fluxp. 107
Brazing Techniquep. 109
Heating the Base Metalp. 110
Bondingp. 111
Brazing Versus Fusion Weldingp. 112
Silver and Bronze Brazingp. 113
Brazing Aluminump. 113
Braze Welding Techniquep. 114
Beveling Metal Edgesp. 114
Flame Cleaningp. 115
Preheating and Heatingp. 115
Tinningp. 116
Coolingp. 117
General Commentsp. 118
Beginning Weldingp. 123
Fusion Weldingp. 123
Torch Movementp. 124
Puddling Metalp. 126
Heating Steelp. 127
Puddle Characteristicsp. 128
Welding Beadsp. 128
Working with Welding and Filler Rodsp. 130
Coat Hangersp. 132
Adding Filler Materialsp. 133
Torch Controlp. 134
Filler Rod Sizep. 135
Joining Two Pieces of Steelp. 136
Tack Weldingp. 137
Prefitting Piecesp. 137
Welding Irregular Edge Piecesp. 138
Heat Applicationp. 139
Welding Jointsp. 140
Outside-Corner Weldp. 140
Flange Joint Weldp. 142
Butt Joint Weldp. 143
T-Joint Weldp. 144
Welding Thicker Metalsp. 147
Beveling Metal Edgesp. 147
Grindingp. 148
Cuttingp. 149
Welding Steel Platep. 149
Grinding Plate Edgesp. 150
Tack Welding Joint Edgesp. 150
Strength Testp. 152
Characteristics of a Good Weldp. 152
Multilayer Weldingp. 153
Protection and Problemsp. 155
Paint Coatingsp. 155
Sandblastingp. 156
Common Welding Difficultiesp. 156
Torch Poppingp. 156
Weld Bead Holesp. 157
Warping of Metalp. 158
The Weldability of Certain Metalsp. 159
Ironp. 159
Steelp. 160
Copperp. 160
Aluminump. 161
Cutting Metalp. 163
Equipmentp. 163
Cutting Attachmentsp. 163
Cutting Tip Holesp. 164
Chemical Reactionp. 164
Success Factorsp. 166
Setupp. 167
Oxygen Flowp. 168
Acetylene Flowp. 169
Precutting Proceduresp. 171
Positioning of Hosesp. 171
Access to Safety Equipmentp. 172
Cutting a Hole in Steel Platep. 173
Cutting a Line across Steel Platep. 175
Depressing the Oxygen Leverp. 176
Factors Influencing Speedp. 176
Perfect Cutp. 177
Too Fast Cutp. 177
Too Slow Cutp. 178
Too Much Preheat Cutp. 178
Professional Cutting Tipsp. 179
Observe the Metalp. 179
Adding Oxygenp. 180
Proper Torch Movementp. 180
Preheat Flame Heightp. 181
Setting up a Guidep. 181
Cutting Thin Metalp. 182
Bevel Cuttingp. 183
Cutting Thick Steelp. 184
Pipe Cuttingp. 186
Pipe Markingp. 187
Torch Anglep. 187
Two-Person Operationp. 187
Beveling Pipe Edgesp. 188
Piercing a Hole through Steel Platep. 188
Safetyp. 191
Clothingp. 192
Cowhide Garmentsp. 192
Cotton and Wool Apparelp. 192
Flameproof Clothingp. 193
Head Coveringp. 194
Boots and Shoesp. 194
Eye Protectionp. 195
Gogglesp. 195
Face Shieldsp. 195
Filtering Lensp. 196
Clear Glassp. 197
Respiratorsp. 197
Glovesp. 198
Apronsp. 200
Fires and Fire Equipmentp. 201
Fuel, Oxygen, and Heatp. 201
Fire Extinguishersp. 203
Sand and Waterp. 204
Burnsp. 204
First-Degree Burnsp. 205
Second-Degree Burnsp. 205
Third-Degree Burnsp. 205
Handling Welding Equipmentp. 206
Handling Oxygenp. 208
Handling Acetylenep. 209
Review of Equipment Setupp. 209
Oxygen Connectionsp. 209
Acetylene Connectionsp. 210
Working with Oxyacetylene Equipmentp. 211
Welding Hazardsp. 212
The Home Workshopp. 215
Outdoor Workshop Advantagesp. 215
Ventilationp. 215
Equipment Setupp. 216
Minimal Costp. 216
Welding Tablep. 216
Assemblyp. 218
Modificationsp. 219
Outdoor Workshop Sitesp. 219
Carportp. 220
Cement or Stone Patiop. 220
Outbuildingp. 221
Indoor Workshop Needsp. 221
Fire Stationp. 222
Accessibilityp. 222
Lightingp. 222
Storage Spacep. 224
Accessoriesp. 225
Mobile Cartp. 225
Anvilp. 225
Local Codesp. 226
Summary of Workshop Requirementsp. 227
Metal Projectsp. 229
Metal Post Pounderp. 229
Hay Mangerp. 230
Swing Targetp. 232
Garden Row Markerp. 234
Metal Saw Horsesp. 235
Metal Gatep. 236
Fireplace Gratep. 238
Stationary Welding Tanks Standp. 239
Bench Grinder Standp. 240
Metal Workbenchp. 241
Glossaryp. 245
Indexp. 259
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