Monday, October 5, 2009

[MW:3431] RE: 3422] measurement of depth of penetration of welding joint

Cut a section through the weld and polish then acid etch this will show the penetration up




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From: [] On Behalf Of sandy kumar
Sent: 05 October 2009 13:30
Subject: [MW:3422] measurement of depth of penetration of welding joint


Hi all

Can anyone please tell me how to measure the depth of the penetration in a welding joint?

like in fillet weld joint or grovve weld joint.

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