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Welding cast iron
Do you know those elegant metal fences or French-looking garden chairs and tables with curly ornaments and detailed patterns? Those are cast iron. A coarse, brittle material that comes in several variants and isn't easy to weld. Still, with the right preparation and some welding experience, it's very well possible to make your own decorative constructions or repair cast-iron workpieces. In this article, I'll tell you the basics of everything you'll need to know before welding cast iron.
Welding stainless steel
Stainless steel is not the easiest steel type to weld, but it is certainly not impossible. Just as with aluminum, there are a number of things that you have to take into account before you get started with this material. Let's start by emphasizing that stainless steel stands for stainless steel, and not for commonly used stainless steel. Stainless steel can indeed rust under certain conditions. What you need to know more about welding stainless steel, you can read in this article.
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