USE OF FILLET WELD IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER SYMBOLS

The fillet weld symbol may be used in combination with other symbols, Figure 12.18. This is also true of many of the other weld symbols. Figure 12.18(a) shows the application of the fillet weld on the opposite (other) side of a square

groove weld. Figure 12.18(b) shows the application of a FIGURE 1 2.1 8(a, b) ■ Use of the fillet weld

fillet weld on the same side following the completion of a symbol in combination

square groove weld. with other symbols.

In summary, the fillet weld symbol may include:

a. Arrow side, other side, or both sides indication

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b. Size of legs

c. Length of weld

d. Extent of weld

e. Increment of welds and pitch

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f. Location of weld

I. Contour

h. Contour and finish. Finish may be unspecified by using the letter “U”

i. Other symbols in combination with the fillet weld symbol

Graph paper is provided at the end of this review for your use.

1. Apply the appropriate welding symbol(s) to ___________________________

each of the orthographic views to indicate the

welds shown in the pictorial representations

(a) through (d).

SIGNIFICANCE TOP VIEW SIGNIFICANCE FRONT VIEW

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SIGNIFICANCE FRONT VIEW SIGNIFICANCE FRONT VIEW

2. When is the size of fillet welds not included in the welding symbol?

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3. Sketch a that indicates the following weld. 6. Why are fillet welds with unequal legs detailed?

7. Refer to the orthographic drawings (a) through (d). Sketch and dimension the welds required on the pictorial drawings shown with each.

4. Give two situations when the length is not dimensioned on the welding symbol.

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5. List all information given in the following symbols:

b.

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d.

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Sketch how the weld would appear as specified in question 7a. Use a top view to illustrate this.

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9. Sketch how the welds would appear as specified in question 7c. Use a top view to illustrate this.

10. Refer to illustrations (a) through (g) as follow and complete how the weld would appear in the adjacent illustrations. Include dimensions.

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UNIT 12: REVIEW B

Refer to the drawing, Bracket, below.

1. Explain fully the meaning of each of the welding /E

symbols used on the drawing.

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2. How far apart (in degrees) are the equally spaced drilled holes?

3. Interpret the dimension 3" XS BI Pipe.

4. How many parts does this bracket consist of?

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5. What plate size is used?

6. What type of section is represented by section A-A?

7. Why is this particular section shown?

11. How many drilled holes will these parts contain before welding is performed?

8. a. How is the 3" pipe fastened to the cylindrical plate?

12. What hole size is required for the 1/8" std. pipe? (Refer to Appendix 4.)

b. How is the 1/8" pipe fastened to the 3" pipe?

13. What hole size(s) are missing on the drawing?

9. What is the significance of “six holes ES”?

14. On the pictorial drawing below, show the welds called for on the drawing and identify each weld.

TOLERANCES

REVISIONS

U. S. COMPOSITES CORP.

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DATE

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MOTOR ADAPTOR BRACKET

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MATERIAL

AS Shown

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NOTE: PAINT WITH 2 COATS OF GRAY PRIMER

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b. What is the minimum allowable size?

Refer to the drawing, Motor Adaptor Bracket, page 166.

1. What is the spacing of the holes on the B. C.? 10. How many inches of weld are indicated by the

welding symbol shown in view Z?

2. Identify the views shown on the drawing.

11. How many inches of weld are indicated by the symbol shown in view X?

3. What is the significance of the 4 520 diameter dimension?

12. a. How many reference dimensions are shown on the drawing?

b. Give the purpose of a reference dimension.

4. a. Note that view Y is incomplete. Sketch in the line(s) that are missing.

13. List a general note found on the drawing.

b. Identify the types of line(s) that are missing.

5. View X is incomplete. Sketch in the lines that are missing. What do these lines represent?

14. a. What is the maximum allowable size for dimension 7.53?

b. What is the minimum allowable size?

6. View Z is incomplete. Sketch in the missing lines. What do these lines represent?

15. a. What is the maximum allowable size for

b. What is the minimum allowable size?

17. What do the dimensions 31/2 and 13/4 represent?

9. What kind and size welds are to be used for welding the VT X 21/4" steel bars?

8. How many separate welds are to be made as indicated in view X?

16. a. What is the maximum allowable size for dimension 4.760?

18. What is the significance of the sectioning shown in view Z?

19. How many drilled holes are required?

20. What is the angle dimension for

22. Prepare a bill of materials for the Motor Adaptor Bracket.

Bill of Materials

No.

_______ Mat_e_r_i_a_l _ ___

Size

21. Give the dimensions for the following:

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23. a. What surface finishes are specified for the welds in view X?

b. What methods of finish are specified to make these finishes?

24. a. List the location dimensions for the drilled holes shown in view Z.

b. How deep are the holes to be drilled?

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