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Tig Welding

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1 hour ago, dann2707 said:

Hahaha that made me laugh. I usually inspect the damage after too. 

I just flip em over and realise they’re not as hot as I thought. 

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Getting the hang of mig some more I think! 

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Upgraded my tig so I can learn how to weld aluminium. I have nothing specific I want to weld, it's just a passion and a skill I fancy learning 

 

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You'll find it a bit different to steel but still good fun and definitely rewarding with a little practise.

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36 minutes ago, monkeyseemonkeydo said:

You'll find it a bit different to steel but still good fun and definitely rewarding with a little practise.

Ooh do you weld? Awesome. What do you weld? 

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We've got a Jasic 200P AC/DC TIG set at work that I mess around with. Nothing serious but have fun giving anything a go!

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First ever bead and it wasn't a total failure. Mega happy with it to be honest I expected one hot mess 

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Looking good Dan! Looks like that one needs a bit more current and more cleaning action, you want the oxide to be away from the bead if poss.

 

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More alu practise. 

 

Made some steel v blocks to hold pipe too 

 

 

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Nice Dan, looking really really good! Joining alu pipe end to end like that is flippin tricky!

 

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3 hours ago, Adam@TartyBikes said:

Nice Dan, looking really really good! Joining alu pipe end to end like that is flippin tricky!

 

Appreciate it dude. Stick some pics up of your stuff buddy, would love to see what you've been doing now. And re join Facebook :D

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F89CD21D-E3B4-4ED6-8132-D05A7EAE3FE1.thumb.jpeg.02d2cdf26e1fc767bd384c16dbd3dee3.jpegmy first attempt at stainless steel tig.

 

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2 hours ago, Scott Gibbs said:

F89CD21D-E3B4-4ED6-8132-D05A7EAE3FE1.thumb.jpeg.02d2cdf26e1fc767bd384c16dbd3dee3.jpegmy first attempt at stainless steel tig.

 

Awesome how did you find it? What's your welding experience like? 

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Technique is really easy to be honest, it takes 10 minutes to learn and a lifetime to master!! My background is mostly Mig both mild and stainless steel only started Tig in May this year. All I need is to just get more torch time and work on my feed consistency.

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