Backhand welding | Article about backhand welding by The Free Dictionary
backhand welding[′bak‚hand ′weld·iŋ]
A welding technique in which the flame is directed back against the completed weld. Also known as backward welding.
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In the first experiments backhand welding
technique was tested, but due to spatters in the initial stage of welding, forehand welding technique was used.
When the electrode points opposite to the direction of travel, the technique is called backhand welding
with a torch angle less than 90[degrees].