Uphill short circuit MIG welding can be pretty tricky. Uphill MIG tends to mound up when heated to a certain degree. When the heat is turned down in order for it to cool sufficiently and allow the metal to be flattened across the face of the weld, the temperature is often not enough to penetrate and reach the root of the joint. To solve these common problems, learn these 2 useful techniques that helps with penetration concerns while effectively limiting convexity.
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