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Overhead FCAW-G welding

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Getting set to weld in the overhead position for FCAW-G proved to be a bit more challenging than originally thought.  The biggest advantage for myself when welding in this position was the ease of moving the gun as opposed to stick welding. 

Once the weld bead in this clip was complete, I then inspected the work to check for any deformities or pinholes in the weld.

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