Published: Jan 1931
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The question, “can the quality of a finished weld be determined from its external appearance,” is frequently asked by those who become interested in the application of welding. An answer in the affirmative can be given. A good and a bad weld have their definite characteristics, easily recognized by average inspectors and supervisors, no elaborate methods or rules being necessary.
Supervisor of Welding Inspection, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., East Pittsburgh, Pa.