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Yes, You Can Learn How to Weld. Here's How!

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Paying attention to the five basic elements of Stick welding technique Current setting, Length of arc, Angle of electrode, Manipulation of electrode and Speed of travel (CLAMS) can significantly improve your Stick welding results. This illustrated technical article provides five steps to improve your stick welding technique, including helpful photographs demonstrating correct and incorrect Stick technique.

For many people, especially to those who are new to it or perhaps who don’t weld every day, Stick (SMAW shielded metal arc welding) is one of the more difficult processes to learn. Experienced welders who can pick up a stinger, pop an electrode in and lay down great welds time after time can inspire great awe in the rest of us. They make it look easy.

The rest of us may struggle with it, though. And we don’t have to, not if we pay attention to five basic elements of our technique: Current setting, Length of arc, Angle of electrode, Manipulation of electrode and Speed of travel—or CLAMS, for short. Properly addressing these five basic areas can improve your results.

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