Flux cored arc welding (fcaw), Mechanical Engineering

Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)

This is a variation of GMAW where solid wire is replaced by flux cored wire. The equipments and accessories
are the same. Generally, flux cored wires require additional gas shielding like CO2 and some times large
diameter flux cored wires are self shielding type and they do not require additional gas shielding. The main
advantage of flux cored wire is that we can easily alter the desired levels of alloying elements during manufacture. The process will produce a light slag, which can be easily removed.

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