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Commonly used weld symbols and what they mean. As used in the Australian steel fabrication industry. Image:Weld Symbols.png

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  • Standard Drawing Symbols Abbreviations Graphical Representation - OTEN - Revised edition 1981
  • Engineering Drawing Handbook - Standards Australia - 1993

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