Oxy-Acetylene Techniques

  • Peter F. Woods
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Part of the Engineering craft studies series book series (ECS)

Abstract

Although the oxy-acetylene processes have been superseded in great measure by modern techniques like M.I.G. welding and plasma-arc cutting, they are still, because of their versatility, used in some industries; car manufacturers, for instance, still use the process and almost every garage and small workshop has its oxy-acetylene welding and cutting equipment.

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Further Study

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  6. B.O.C. Ltd, Vertical Welding Booklet 6, Waltham Cross, 1967Google Scholar
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© Peter F. Woods 1976

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