- The Basics Are:
- Flat position (Like A Flat Table, The Easiest)
- Horizontal position (Going Horizontally on something you are facing, like a Wall)
- Vertical position (Going Vertically on something you are facing, like a Wall)
- Overhead position (Any welding done where the weld seam is above your head) ( Need to double check that there is no distinction between Overhead Horizontal vs Vertical (or X vs Y to be technical i guess?))
- This can then be extended to the Surface Preparation done ( Fillet or Groove Weld )
- Also if it is Plate or Pipe is Specified
- Two Competing Standards, AWS and ISO
- An Article by "Welding Info" Titled "Different Types of Welding Positions"
- An Article by "Weld Guru" Titled "Welding Positions"
- A PDF Diagram by "HobartBrothers" On Weld Types and Positions
- A Diagram by "Jasic Welding & Cutting Inverters" Showcasing the ISO 6947:2011 Standard System