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en: A diagram of the GMAW weld area.

Key: (1) Direction of travel, (2) Contact tube/electrode wire guide, (3) Electrode, (4) Shielding gas, (5) Molten weld metal, (6) Solidified weld metal, (7) Workpiece.

Based on a similar diagram found in the 13th edition of The Procedure Handbook of Arc Welding, published by Lincoln Electric Company in 1994. Diagram created by User:Spangineer on 6 June 2005.

de: Übersicht MSG

  1. Vorschubrichtung
  2. Kontakthülse
  3. Schweißdraht
  4. Schutzgas
  5. Schmelzgut
  6. Schweißraupe
  7. Groundmaterial


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