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AM Unit 23 Voc

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Oxyfuel the combination of nearly pure oxygen and a combustible gas to produce a flame
Oxyfuel cutting process in which steel is heated to the point where it burns and is removed in a thin line called a kerf
Kerf opening in a board made by a saw or in metal by oxyfuel cutting
Slag the product formed when burning steel combines wiht oxygen.
Brazing bonding with metals and alloys that melt at or above 840 degrees where capillary action occurs
Brass Mixtue of copper and zinc
Base metal main piece of metal or main component
Backfire a loud snap or popping noise in a gas torch which generallly blows out the flame
Slag box a container of water or sand placed to catch hot slag and metal from teh cutting process
Pierce to make a hole by pushing through.
Created by: sbowen