this is .375 ss angle, im using .25 for the weld size.
A square weld should be used when 2 surfaces are butted up against each other, a seam weld is used when you have 2 overlapping surfaces and you penetrate through one into the other. As far as weld size I typically follow the rule that welds are the same as material thickness, an exception would be limiting space.
I think instead of the seam weld symbol you should be using square weld.
ok, whats the difference, and what about the size of the weld, im using .25 about 80 percent of the metal thickness.
A few purists I know would point out that your use of "all around" on the left side fillet symbol is not appropriate. It should be reserved for situations where the weld is the same all around, and across only two parts, e.g. pipe to pipe, or flange on a pipe. That said, most people will know perfectly well what you want.
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