Matt Hayden - dual shield flux core FCAW-g 3F
Matt Hayden - dual shield FCAW-g 3F
Matt Hayden Dual shield flux core 4F Tee
FCAW 045 Overhead 4F Tee with Matt
Matt Hayden - FCAW 2F Tee
2F .045 FCAW gas shielded on 1/4'' Steel
Short Circuit Mig Welding Compared to Dual Shield on Vertical Uphill
For Out of position welding like vertical uphill, Short circuit mig welding requires some manipulation of the gun to prevent excess convexity of the bead profile. Dual shield flux core is different. This video shows the distinct difference in speed and bead profile
Dual Shield Flux Core vs 7018 Uphill
Both Stick welding with 7018 and dual shield flux core are good processes but one is way more productive. If you are in business, that matters a lot.
Overhead Stick with 7018 and Dual Shield Flux Core
Once piece of advice I tell students for Stick welding overhead with 7018 is to set the machine hot enough that the rod will not stick even when you hold a tight arc....then hold a tight arc.
For dual shield flux core, polarity, voltage and wire speed settings, and stick out make the difference.
JD Brewer - Dual Shield Flux Core Lap Joints
One thing you'll learn quickly about JD is HE LOVES DUAL SHIELD FLUX CORE.
JD's tips on DSFC on multiple angles and positions are sure to be helpful for you.