I am fairly new to TIG, with about a year of experience. Am somewhat competent with mild steel in most positions and joints. My welding is for hobby purposes, I am not bound by code. But would like to make strong joints for peace-of-mind.
I am frustrated with TIG and inside corners (e.g. where 2 pieces of angle iron meet to form a 90 degree corner). I find it difficult to manipulate the torch and rod because of the tight space.
Assuming the outside joints are appropriately welded with CJP, is it appropriate to bypass welding the inside joints? I am sure the answer to this is yes, but thought I would ask anyway.
If the outside joints have only partial joint penetration, is it appropriate to weld the inside joints without filler rod?