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T.O. 1-1A-9 TABLE 2-15.  WELDING CHARACTERISTICS - GENERAL, STEELS OTHER THAN STAINLESS STEEL HEAT TREATMENT DESIGNATION ELECTRODE FILLER RCD PREHEAT POSTHEAT REMARKS Low Carbon) MIL-E-6843 MIL-R-5632 None required If post heat These are low 1010 thru 1022 Class A or B Class 1 if above 60° F. used do not heat carbon steels, E6010 above 300°F and not requiring air cool. heat treatment. (Low Carbon) MIL-E-15599 ASTM A251 Same Same This is a low Corten E7016 CA-25 carbon alloy steel.  Not heat or MIL-R-5632 treatable. E7018 Class 1 (Low Carbon) E6015, thin MIL-R-5632 Same See Remarks Light gauges NAX AC 9115 gauge, for arc Class 2 should be welding; or normalized. MIL-E-18038 Types MIL- 7015 for mul- tipass welding. (Medium Carbon)   MIL-8018 MIL-R-5632 300 - 500F 1035 should be See text 1035, 1040, 1045   E6015 Class 2 stress relieved E6016 1100-1200F. Normalize 1040 1045 (Medium Carbon)   MIL-8018 MIL-R-5632 300°-800 Normalize This steel is 1050 E6015 Class 2 difficult to E6016 weld (High Carbon) MIL-10018 MIL-R-5632 500°-800F Normalize This series is 1055, 1060, Class 2 difficult to 1070, 1095 weld. (Free Cutting) F-8015AWS 200F Normalize This is a diffi- 1112 in accordance cult alloy to with ASTM weld.  Best re- A233 suits obtained by use of elec- trode E8015 AWS, direct current reverse polarity braz- ing characteris- tics are good. (Free Cutting) E8015 AWS MIL-R-5632 200F Normalize 1117, 1137 Class 2 Listed for reference only, alloy not currently being produced. (Nickel Alloy) MIL-E-6843 MIL-R-5632 2000-4000F Normalize This steel has 2317 E10010 C1 D, Class 2 good weldability or E10013 C1 characteristics. C 2-83

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