Description

Alternate Current
Carbon Dioxide
direct current
safety glasses
Short circuit
Mr Lundstrom
Base metal
horizontal
Pulsed Mig
flux core
weld face
Aluminum
globular
overhead
porosity
undercut
vertical
Anthony
Lincoln
Austin
crater
gloves
Ground
Isaiah
Jayden
Miller
Nathan
safety
Aiden
Argon
Ethan
Jacob
Spray
Talan
Coen
flat
hood
melt
root
slag
Tony
wire
arc
Don

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