|Subject:||RE: tig rod number for repairing cases||Date:||Mon Nov 2 01:34:30 2020|
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Hello, can anybody supply a tig or weld rod # to repair cases,thanks for any
Do not use 5356. It flows nicely but has too high of tensile strength
compared to the original metal and shrinks too much when it cools.
I agree with Doug Feinsod. There is a world of issues to deal with. I like to
think of a case as a 3-dimensional object, and fixturing it on a 2
dimensional plane is often not enough.
In short, do not practice on your Indian case.