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Which of the three welding processes is the simplest to learn and apply?
In which of the three welding processes are no fluxes used?
Which of the three welding processes gives you a lot of splatter, off-gassing and fumes?
Which of the three welding processes works well outside?
Which of the three welding processes gives the welder the highest amount of control?
Which of the three welding processes is the most difficult to master?
Which of the three welding processes can be used on the most amount of metals?
More than one answer is possible.
Which of the following are considered disadvantages to stick welding?
Which of the three welding processes is frequently used in the production of spacecraft?
Does MIG welding generate any kind of slag process?
Which of the welding processes is the most widely used arc welding process?
In stick welding, only direct current is used to make an arc between the electrode and the metals to be joined.
In which of the three welding processes are you able to preset all of your parameters?
Which of the three welding processes is considered “semi-automated”?