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Why are shielded metal arc electrodes generally limited in length forcing the process to be one of intermittent operation Why is the shielded metal arc welding process limited to low welding

1. Why are shielded metal arc electrodes generally limited in length, forcing the process to be one of intermittent operation?

2. Why is the shielded metal arc welding process limited to low welding currents and shallow penetration?

3. What are some of the attractive features of the shielded metal arc welding process?

4. What is the advantage of placing the flux in the center of an electrode (flux-cored arc welding) as opposed to a coating on the outside (shielded metal arc welding)?

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