Hobart Welding Institute Released Revised Edition of the Pocket Welding Guide
The Hobart Institute of Welding recently released the completely revised 31st edition of the Pocket Welding Guide.
The Hobart Institute of Welding (Troy, OH) recently released the completely revised 31st edition of the Pocket Welding Guide. This industry favorite is now in full color and the popular format that fits in your toolbox has remained constant.
Widely used by students and hobbyists as well as veteran welders, draftsmen, instructors, supervisors, foremen, technicians, and engineers, this newly revised edition contains a wealth of useful information. It features overviews of common arc welding processes, examples of good and bad weld beads, causes and cures of common welding problems, welding symbols, and guidelines for the identification of metals.
This is a short clip to demonstrate the Basic Metallurgy and weldability as taught by Hobart Institute.
The book discusses calculating filler metal consumption, oven storage and reconditioning of filler metals, shielding gases and their uses, AWS filler metal classifications and comparative indices. It also contains information on welding parameters, and a newly revised section of filler metals, including the latest metal cored wires, with operating ranges, filler metal selector guide for welding ASTM steels, troubleshooting guides for semiautomatic wire and equipment, welding terms and definitions, metric conversion tables, and more.
Expanded from 148 to 184 pages in a 4 in x 7 in format, the Pocket Welding Guide is a bargain at just $7.00.