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CORNER JOINTS

The flush corner joint (fig. 3-25, view A) is de­signed primarily for welding sheet metal that is 12 gauge or thinner. It is restricted to lighter materials, because deep penetration is sometimes difficult and the design can support only moderate loads.

The half-open corner joint (fig. 3-25, view B) is used for welding materials heavier than 12 gauge. Pene­tration is better than in the flush corner joint, but its use is only recommended for moderate loads.

The full-open corner joint (fig. 3-25, view C) produces a strong joint, especially when welded on both sides. It is useful for welding plates of all thicknesses.

TEE JOINTS

The square tee joint (fig. 3-26, view A) requires a fillet weld that can be made on one or both sides. It can be used for light or fairly thick materials. For maximum strength, considerable weld metal should be placed on each side of the vertical plate.

Figure 3-26.-T ee joints.

The single-bevel tee joint (fig. 3-26, view B) can withstand more severe loadings than the square tee joint, because of better distribution of stresses. It is generally used on plates of 1/2 inch or less in thickness and where welding can only be done from one side.

The double-bevel tee joint (fig. 3-26, view C) is for use where heavy loads are applied and the welding can be done on both sides of the vertical plate.

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