SMAW – Beads and Fillet Welds – Module ID 29109

SMAW – Beads and Fillet Welds – Module ID 29109

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SMAW—Beads and Fillet Welds (Module 29109) introduces the trainees to the methods and procedures related to SMAW beads and fillet welding. Trainees will learn safety procedures, equipment setup, how to strike an arc, and how to produce weave beads and stringer beads. Hands-on practice and the completion of welding-related Performance Tasks complete the learning process.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1 – Summarize fillet welds and preparing to weld them.

  • Identify fillet welds and their properties.
  • Outline preparing for fillet welding.

Learning Objective 2 – Summarize basic SMAW techniques, as well as how to create beads and fillets.

  • Describe how to strike and control the arc to produce a weld pass.
  • Describe producing stringer and weave beads, as well as surfacing welds.
  • Describe fillet welding in all positions.

Performance Tasks

Performance Task 1 (Learning Objective 1) – Safely set up SMAW equipment for fillet welding.

Performance Task 2 (Learning Objective 2) – Strike an arc.

Performance Task 3 (Learning Objective 2) – Use E6010/E6011 and E7018 electrodes to make stringer, weave, and surfacing beads.

Performance Task 4 (Learning Objective 2) – Use E6010/E6011 and E7018 electrodes to make flat fillet (1F) welds.

Performance Task 5 (Learning Objective 2) – Use E6010/E6011 and E7018 electrodes to make hor- izontal fillet (2F) welds.

Performance Task 6 (Learning Objective 2) – Use E6010/E6011 and E7018 electrodes to make ver- tical fillet (3F) welds.

Performance Task 7 (Learning Objective 2) – Use E6010/E6011 and E7018 electrodes to make overhead fillet (4F) welds.

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