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Welding

02/14/2012 5:02 PM

Does anyone know of a good book, software of download for estimating weld times on pipe, socket welds and long seams?

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Re: Welding

02/14/2012 5:21 PM

I can't vouch for this, but it may be worth a try. It's shareware.

http://www.industri.no/e-weld/eng/

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Re: Welding

02/15/2012 2:14 PM

I do not have this Audel book but they are always a good referance.

http://www.amazon.com/Welding-Pocket-Reference-Technical-Trades/dp/0764588095

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Re: Welding

02/15/2012 10:43 PM

How about the firmware between this guy's ears.....

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Re: Welding

02/16/2012 7:30 AM

An ability to be clear is needed for anyone wanting "times". What times? Have actually welded anything? If you are talking about labor estimates for jobs, do you include set up and prep? Start with a good general welding book.

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Re: Welding

02/16/2012 8:46 AM

The Procedure Handbook of Arc Welding by Lincoln Electric is useful. Not bad for US$25.00 New!

https://ssl.lincolnelectric.com/lincoln/spmount/item.asp?prodnum=PH

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