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Old 03-01-2018, 10:23 AM   #1
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Weld Symbol ??


Please see attached image. I reviewed the internet and could not seem to come across a god match where I can understand which symbol this translates to.

If someone can let me know what type of weld this represents that would be great!

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Old 03-01-2018, 12:55 PM   #2
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Flare/ bevel both upper and lower edges.

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I did google and found Flare Bevel Groove Welds but never a exact 1:1 look of the symbol I could find. The one you should is closet enough so I will take it. Thank you!
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round stock onto 7" plate?

This is an exact match to your image btw:

http://blog.wsd.net/thpaskett/files/...roove-Weld.jpg
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I guess it's a little hard to tell without a section view
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You may be able to find the symbol on the engineer's General Notes page.

If not, call the engineer and ask him.

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Yup...flare bevel...

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Ya I was a bit confused as you almost never see that symbol with two plates.. only round stock. Not saying you couldn't just not common..
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I did google and found Flare Bevel Groove Welds but never a exact 1:1 look of the symbol I could find. The one you should is closet enough so I will take it. Thank you!
Looks like you need a capacitor in there someplace.

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