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Larry Jeffus
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Why should the grinding marks run lengthwise on the tungsten electrode end?

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The reason for the grinding marks runs lengthwise on the tungsten electrode end.

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Tungsten electrode- Tungsten electrode is used in TIG (Tungsten inert gas) welding as a welding electrode. Tungsten electrode is the desired electrode for TIG welding, because the tungsten electrode has a low melting point, and tungsten electrode is a non-consumable electrode.

The main reason for the grinding marks runs lengthwise on the tungsten electrode end is the grinding marks reduce the amount of small particles of tungsten present in the weld. Because the grinding marks is obtained when the grinding wheel is running in the radial direction.

Grinding marks is a type of surface obstacle which runs in lengthwise on the tungsten electrode end to reduce the amount of small particles of tungsten present in the weld...

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