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Old 06-28-2016, 05:57 PM
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Thats a great article.. a good one to have indexed..
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All come in 10# vac paks
Stoody 2110 3/16", PN 10202900 is $6.79/lb
Stoody 1105 1/8", PN 11345100 is also $6.79/lb
Stoody 1105 3/16", PN 11173900 is $5.53/lb
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STOODY® 2110 - coated

STOODY 2110 is a solid core extruded electrode with alloys in the coating
designed for build-up of austenitic manganese steel parts subject to high
impact loading without limitations to deposit thickness. It is a modified high
chromium-high manganese steel that combines toughness and wear
resistance.

Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be applied AC or DC, reverse polarity.
Weldability is excellent with low spatter. Build-up is superior to other
electrodes of this type. Use stringer or weave beads. Deposits are dense,
porosity-free, extremely tough and workhardens rapidly. Cannot be flame cut;
machinable with carbide tools, non-magnetic.

Not recommended for cast iron.

Applications: Shovel Pads, Roll Crushers, Hammers, Shovel Teeth, Grate Bars,
Carbon, Steel Frogs, Switch Points, Manganese Rail, Components

Typical Chemical Composition:
Alloy Content – 31% (Manganese, Chromium, Nickel, Carbon, Silicon)
Iron Base

Typical Mechanical Properties:

Hardness:
2 Layers - 1020 Steel............................................. .. 200 BHN
Workhardened...................................... ...........48-53 HRC
2 Layers - Mang. Steel............................................. 210 BHN
Workhardened...................................... ...........50-55 HRC
5 Layers - Mang. Steel............................................. 220 BHN
Workhardened...................................... ...........50-55 HRC

Tensile Strength.......................................... ...................... 119 KSI
Yield Strength.......................................... ........................ 76.4 KSI
Elongation........................................ ......................................40%

Part Number Pkg Dimensions Diameter x Length Amperage (AC, DC±)
• 11431300 10# Vac Pak 1/8" (3.2 mm) x 14" 100 – 130
• 10202800 10# Vac Pak 5/32" (4.0 mm) x 14" 125 – 190
• 10202900 10# Vac Pak 3/16" (4.8 mm) x 14" 150 – 260
• 10203000 10# Vac Pak 1/4" (6.4 mm) x 18" 240 – 325
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STOODY® 1105 coated

STOODY 1105 is a solid core electrode with an extruded coating containing the
alloying elements. It provides good weldability and a high deposition rate. It
bonds readily to carbon and low alloy steels. Deposit properties are the same
as those of Stoody 105 wire. Welding Procedures/Characteristics: Can be
applied in stringer or weave beads. Runs well on DC, either polarity; highest
deposition rate with DC straight polarity. Limit layers to four. Forgeable at red
heat. Machinable with carbide tools. Not recommended for manganese steels
or cast iron. Deposit is magnetic on carbon and low alloy steels.

Applications: Tractor Rollers, Tractor Idlers, Arch Wheels, Shovel Rollers and
Idlers Sprockets, Drive Tumblers, Churn Drills, Charging Car Wheels,
Wobblers, Coupling Boxes

Typical Chemical Composition:

Alloy Content – 5% (Chromium, Manganese, Silicon, Molybdenum,
Vanadium, Carbon)
Iron Base

Typical Mechanical Properties:

Hardness:
(1/2" weave beads – air cooled)

2 Layers - 1045 steel............................................3 8-42 HRC
For hot wear applications up to 600° F.

Part Number Pkg Dimensions Diameter x Length Amperage (AC, DC±)
• 11345100 10# Vac Pak 1/8" (3.2 mm) x 14" 80 – 150
• 11173800 10# Vac Pak 5/32" (4.0 mm) x 14" 140 – 210
• 11173900 10# Vac Pak 3/16" (4.8 mm) x 14" 165 – 250
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Stoody Catalog Link.

http://victortechnologies.com/IM_Upl...loyCatalog.pdf
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Thank you sir, that is a repair process that is right up my alley.
How can I tell what the top of my anvil is?
The top of your Peter Wright is a hardened steel plate that was forge welded to a wrought iron body. I would post some more pictures that show the whole anvil before undertaking any sort of repair. Is the face bad? Severely pitted? Are the edges all chewed off?
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The top of your Peter Wright is a hardened steel plate that was forge welded to a wrought iron body. I would post some more pictures that show the whole anvil before undertaking any sort of repair. Is the face bad? Severely pitted? Are the edges all chewed off?
Pictures attached, let me know if you want more.

The edges are the worst part, chipped and rounded off. The top is wavy but
nothing really deep. I was thinking build up the low spots and grind it flat.
I don't think the plate is even close to wearing through any wear.
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If it were me, I would weld the edges and grind to a nice corner and just use a flap sander on the rest.
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Old 06-29-2016, 07:46 PM
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I agree.. It's really just the corners and maybe the horn point which could use some TLC.. The face looks pretty good..

The 330 HW I have has some sway back to it and I loved used that anvil for sledge work or for straightening bars..
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