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fronius 320i mig welding on 0.8mm AL wire everytime geting nozzle burn back and bird nesting

fronius 320i mig welding on 0.8mm AL wire everytime geting nozzle burn back and bird nesting

fronius 320i mig welding on 0.8mm AL wire everytime geting nozzle burn back and bird nesting

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[b]I am trying to weld 0.8mm Aluminium wire with fronius tps 320i,every time i try to weld my tip get burned and bird nesting occurs at the back, my settings are according to weldconnect application which describes 2.1mm material thickness,10m/min wire feed, 85amps current with synergic pulse welding process, there are two more process namely ARC LENGHT CORRECTION & PULSE/DYNAMIC CORRECTION I AM NOT FAMILIAR WITH THEM PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS I BEEN TRYING FOR TWO DAYS.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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