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	Nels,
		Since no one with knowledge of the details of AWS documents
has responded yet, weld 304L with E308L filler metal. Here are some links,
		http://www.weldreality.com/stainlesswelddata.htm
		http://www.techair.com/Lincoln%20consumables/Red%20Baron.pdf
		If type 304L is joined to carbon steel, use E309L, the
higher fractions of chromium and nickel make the weld mostly stainless, too.
	Jim Getaz
	Winchester, Virginia



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