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Stick welding has been around quite a while and it is very easy to get started with this process. Some people have grown to despise stick welding as opposed to doing “mig” welding. I feel there are many things a welder can learn from this process and simply shunning it for what it is and refusing to learn it, will probably cause you some regret later on in life.

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Stick welding is more versitile in my opion it is also more reliable and accurate. Having a long electrode alows one to get into tighter spaces and positions that would be impossible with mig or tig. Ive been attending mr scotts class now for a couple of months and he has helped me trully appreciate the importance of stick welding….HS

jermaine
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jermaine

if your going to be a good welder (like me) you should put your hands in every part of welding

Holydiver22
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Holydiver22

Is practical to braze square stock 1/4 ” 1/4″ steel with a propane torch

Chris
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Chris

In the begining, stick welding definetly seems like a real S.O.B. but after countless hours of teadious practice, days of sweating your ass off, and pounds of electrodes. it will eventually become second nature. Number 1 rule to have success with stick welding or any type of welding for that matter is.. FIND A COMFORTABLE POSITION! or as comfortable as possible!

Chris Toon
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Chris Toon

I couldn’t find an exact number but its basically until you notice the wind seriously affecting your work.

found this jewel while googling stick welding

james
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james

Now that is ridiculous..Yes, I love to stick weld but really? The sad part is that there are people out there who do this and go to the bar and tell all their buddies how great a welder they are…
As far as the wind thing, I haven’t found an exact number yet like for GMAW, but I’m still on the hunt.
How bout in the meantime, we post some ugly stick welding pics so others can comment and maybe save some folks who might not know what an ugly weld looks like.

Chris
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Chris

sounds like a plan

Jesse
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Jesse

I havent done mig or tig yet but seeing my own progression in stick welding is quite enjoyable.

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