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Can be done with 6010 or 6011 rod with machine turned up to "warp 10". Arc Cutting
is what is between the end of the electrode and the base metal. The resistance causes heat. Arc
is a weld made by equipment such as robots. Automatic Welding
an angle cut or grinded at the edge of the work-piece to allow more penetration for a stronger weld Bevel
failing a weld test because of defects in the welds Busted Out
the last bead of a groove weld Cap
one of the five basic weld joints. It is when the edges of two plates butt up to each other at a 90 degree angle Corner Joint
in the electric circuit the current is the flow of electricity Current
the outer edge of two plates butted up 90 degrees parallel to each other Edge Joint
called a "rod" in stick welding, and "wire" for Mig and Flux Cored Arc Welding Electrode
burn from the radiation produced from the ULTRA VIOLET rays from the welding arc Flash Burn
the pressure in a SHIELDING GAS bottle can be up to 2400 lbs. per inch. The flow meter reduces this to a working pressure, usually around 20 to 25 cubic feet per hour. Flow Meter
is the melting and becoming one with base metal or PARENT METAL Fusion
hold the metal or steel you are working on in place as you are fabricating Jig
Intersection where two different sections of PARENT METAL meet Joint
are the two lines from the machine to what you are welding that carry the current Leads
a word that makes you sound smart when you mean the lowest temperature that steel or metal is liquid Liquidis
a person doing the actual welding Manual Welding
how much the rod (electrode), wire, or TIG rod is melted in a certain amount of time Melting Rate
this is where the metal goes from SOLIDUS to LIQUIDUS Melting Point
uses a solid steel wire rolled up on a spool and fed through a welding lead with a liner in it. Drivers push, pull or both to feed the wire through the lead to a WELDING GUN Mig Welding

Welding Terms Word Search

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melting rate
flowmeter
mig welding
manual welding
edge joint
arc cutting
liquidis
leads
bevel
jig
fusion
cap
melting point
current
flashburn
arc
busted out
electrode
automatic welding
corner joint

Welding Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

protection equipment worn to protect the welder’s face and neck Helmet
The metal (material) to be welded, brazed, soldered, or cut. Base metal
A fracture-type discontinuity characterized by a sharp tip and high ratio to length and width to opening displacement Crack
Conventional mode for MIG welding. This general purpose MIG welding mode uses constant voltage for short arc, globular and spray transfer CV
The percentage of time during an arbitrary test period, usually 10 min. during which a power supply can be operated at its rated output without overloading Duty cycle
The exposed surface of a weld on the side from which welding was done Face of weld
The metal (material) to be added in making a welded, brazed, or soldered joint Filler metal
A weld of approximately triangular cross section joining two surfaces approximately at right angles to each other in a lap joint, T-joint or corner joint Fillet weld
An arc welding process which produces coalescence of metals by heating them with an arc between a continuous filler metal (consumable) electrode and the work. Shielding is obtained entirely from an externally supplied gas or gas mixture. Some methods of this process are called MIG or CO2 welding (nonpreferred terms). Gas metal arc welding
The distance from the root of the joint to the toe of the fillet weld Leg
A device which directs shielding media Nozzle
The protrusion of weld metal beyond the toe, face, or root of the weld Overlap
Cavity type discontinuities formed by gas entrapment during solidification Porosity
Weld metal in excess of the quantity required to fill a joint Weld reinforcement
Protective gas used to prevent atmospheric contamination Shielding gas
In arc and gas welding, the metal particles expelled during welding and which do not form a part of the weld. Spatter
A type of weld bead made without appreciable weaving motion Stringer bead
The junction between the face of a weld and the base metal Toe
A groove melted into the base metal adjacent to the toe or root of a weld and left unfilled by weld metal Undercut
A depression on the face of the weld or root surface extending below the surface of the adjacent base metal Underfill
A device which transfers current to a continuous electrode Contact tip
In arc welding, a depression at the termination of a weld bead or in the molten weld pool Crater

Shielded Metal Arc Welding Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

SMAW ShieldedMetalArcWelding
A person who welds Weldor
The discharge of electricity through an air space Arc
A machine that produces current for welding ArcWelder
SMAW is also referred to as ArcWelding
SMAW is also referred to as StickWelding
SMAW uses flux-coated metal rods called Electrodes
Metal should always be cleaned with a WireBrush
The percentage of time that a welder can operate without overheating DutyCycle
Current that reverses its direction of flow frequently AlternatingCurrent
Flows in one direction only in accordance with how the welder is set DirectCurrent
A tool used to remove slag from a weld ChippingHammer
Should always be worn, even under your welding helmet SafetyGlasses
A = AMP
V = Voltage
W = Watt

welding terms Word Search

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spatter
spray transfer
spot weld
Brazing
undercut
tensile strength
tee joint
polarity
tack weld
flashback
Bevel
acetone
butt joint
flux
acetylene
argon
flow meter
voltage
ultraviolet rays
welding helmet
arc flash
chipping hammer
welpers
wire
regulator
plazma
electrode
root pass
fillet weld
cylinder
Arc welding
tungsten inert gas
metal inert gas
tungsten
inert
Torch

Welding Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The material that is on a roll in the machine and forms the weld wire
The gas used in Mig welding Argon
This bit clamps to your work earth clamp
Protective gear for your hands welding gloves
You wear this on your head helmet
The actual electric spark arc
Measures the power output of the machine amps
A person who welds without all the safety gear is an idiot
The welding rod is held in a handpiece
The stuff you chip off a weld is called slag
The hammer used by welders chipping hammer
another term for amps amperage
You can remove a weld with this tool angle grinder

Wire Welding Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A Charged atom is called: ion
a material that resists the flow of electricity insulator
Electrode negative straight
Changes AC to DC rectifier
Slip rings appear on: Alternator
Generator produces ____ current DC
AC wave shape sine
Constant voltage a.k.a potential
One way electrical valve Diode
Extreamly dangerous gas - clorinated solvents phosgene
Danger of Argon Asphyxiation
Not MIG but, GMAW
Reactive shielding Gas Carbon Dioxide
Inside a FCAW wire flux
Electrode Positive DCRP
Mode of Metal Trnasfer for MCAW Spray
Contact tip provides: electricity
Duty Cycle NEMA
Volt _____ curve amp
Wire feed speed IPM

Welding/Cutting Crossword Puzzle

Type
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Description

A blowpipe by which metal is preheated with a flame and then oxidized rapidly and removed by a jet of oxygen issuing centrally through the preheating flame. cutting torch
An oxygen storage vessel oxygen tank
a colorless pungent-smelling hydrocarbon gas, which burns with a bright flame, used in welding and formerly in lighting acetylene
This goes on the tanks after your done with them Cap
join together (metal pieces or parts) by heating the surfaces to the point of melting using a blowtorch, electric arc, or other means, and uniting them by pressing, hammering, etc welding
a piece cut off from something, especially what remains when something is being trimmed or prepared cutting
An acetylene storage vessel acetylene tank
a gauge for measuring air pressure air pressure gauge
Flow control regulators and conserving devices are pressure reducing devices designed to regulate or lower oxygen pressure from a cylinder to levels that can be safely used by the patient oxygen valve
is a type of tool used to safely light ignitable fuels striker
The physical gap between the end of the electrode and the base metal. The physical gap causes heat due to resistance of current flow and arc rays Arc
An arc welding process that melts and joins metals by heating them with an arc, between a covered metal electrode and the work SMAW
Notched hose acetylene hose
green hose oxygen hose
Which way do you turn the oxygen handle? left
Determines the flow of oxygen into the hose oxygen regulator
Open all the way oxygen valve
Turn on 1/4 turn only acetylene valve
a solid or hollow body, object, or part having the shape of cylinder
Oxy-fuel welding (commonly called oxyacetylene welding, oxy welding, or gas welding in the U.S.) and oxy-fuel cutting are processes that use fuel gases and oxygen to weld and cut metals, respectively. welding torch

SMAW nomenclature Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A nonstandard term for direct current electrode positive. Reverse Polarity
The deflection of an arc from its normal path because of magnetic forces. Arc blow
The metal particles expelled during fusion welding that do not form a part of the weld. spatter
A nonstandard term for direct current electrode negative. Straight Polarity
A separation at the joint between the work pieces. Root opening
A depression in the weld face at the termination of a weld bead. Crater
a groove melted into the base metal adjacent to the weld toe or weld root and left unfilled by weld metal. Undercut
The junction of the weld face and the base metal. Weld toe
A manual welding technique in which the arc or flame is manipulated to alternate backwards and forwards as it progresses along the weld path. Whipping
The distance from the tip of the welding electrode to the adjacent surface of the weld pool. Arc length
The distance that fusion extends into the base metal or previous bead from the surface melted during welding. Depth of fusion
Cavity-type discontinuities formed by gas entrapment during solidification or in a thermal spray deposit. Porosity
Non-metallic solid material entrapped in weld metal of between weld metal and base metal. Slag inclusion
A material used to hinder or prevent the formation of oxides and other undesirable substances in molten metal and on solid metal surfaces, and to dissolve or otherwise facilitate the removal of such substances. Flux
The heat applied to the base metal or substrate to attain and maintain preheat temperature. Preheat
The mechanical working of metals using impact blows. Peening
The portion of the base metal whose mechanical properties or microstructure have been altered by the heat of welding. Heat afffected zone
The shortest distance between the weld root and the face of a fillet. Actual throat
2F Horizontal
3F Vertical
4F Overhead

Welding Word Search

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Description

ofc
fcaw
slag
chipping hammer
argon
oxygen
gmaw
fuel
plasma cutter
ppe
safety glasses
safety
liner
electrode lead
ground clamp
lap joint
tee joint
mixing chamber
twin hose
regulator
acetylene
electrode holder
electrode
defuser
blue prints
welding symbols
mig gun
contact tip
cutting torch
smaw

Welding Word Search

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welding hood
mig
power supply
wire brush
wattage
t joint
wire speed
travel speed
puddle
grove weld
edge joint
lap joint
grinding disc
electrode holder
electrical
voltage
amperage
current
grounded
radiatin
arc