work angle

work angle

[′wərk ‚aŋ·gəl]
(metallurgy)
In arc welding, the angle in a plane normal to the weld axis between the electrode and one member of the joint.
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Scores: travel speed, work angle, contact tip to work distance, and aim.
That might be your response when someone suggests a short trip with a possible work angle.
For proper welding angles place the stringer bead in its proper location at the joint, adjusting the work angle or widening the groove to access the bottom during welding.
If correcting the electrode and work angle does not remedy the problem, check if the electrode is getting ahead of the welding puddle.
A senior Garda source said last night: "We are investigating the work angle because of the nature of Mr Hourigan's business.
The third saw Tommy starting to work angles as he attacked and as he did he landed more and more right hands and left hooks to win his first national title by a split decision.
Props looking to work angles on their rivals - think Joe Marler - are out, with the logic being tha this weakens the collective power.
This may have occurred owing to the work angles used in these studies (~20-30[degrees] (10) and ~45[degrees] (13)), smaller than those used in our study.
The former England Sevens international took flat ball and looked to work angles for runners out wide and on his shoulder, Mike Blair feeding him an almost constant supply of ball from behind a functioning forward pack.
He's a bit of a mover, he switches about and that and he tries to work angles and get over the top," he said.