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WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE


October 6, 2018, 10:38 pm

http://www.tacklemaker.info/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view;pic=78 I struggled with this thing for years, and mostly just relegated it to running flux core. It will push flux core FCAW all day l... Read more »

Modern physics , By thornton and rex , 3rd ed


October 5, 2018, 7:54 am

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Modern Physics , By Serway , 3rd ed


October 5, 2018, 7:54 am

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Microwave transistor amplifiers analysis and design 2nd edition by Guillerm...


October 5, 2018, 6:48 am

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Microwave Engineering 3rd Ed. by David M Pozar


October 5, 2018, 6:48 am

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Is It Any Good - Or Do I just Suck


September 27, 2018, 3:31 pm

I've got a Miller 212. NOT an Autoset. Back then welders were hating on automatic setting welders pretty bad. I wish I had ignored all of that and bought the autoset. Even if I would have had... Read more »

welding tractor for bridge - 2 lines railway span


August 29, 2018, 8:49 pm

Hi all Need advice from zero upwards about using welding tractors. We have a bridge to make. Overbridge over a railway. Two lines. Structurally it's typical steel bridge type - sides / parapets ... Read more »

Angle Grinding Discs


August 28, 2018, 5:09 pm

I've been trying to figure out how to know when to discard a grinding disc for an angle grinder. I've looked around on the internet, but can't seem to find an answer to this. I know about the use... Read more »

Has to be accurate to 1/10,000 of an inch


August 23, 2018, 12:49 am

I watched part of a knife making challenge show. The helper was milling a part and the narrator said the part has to be machined to an accuracy of 1 / ten thousands of an inch Then the boss grab... Read more »

From Zero (0) to Four (4)


August 8, 2018, 11:46 pm

Well, the weekend before last I got desperate and had my wife pick up the Vulcan Welding Hood. It works pretty good. In the intervening time Lincoln decided to send me a brand new Viking weldin... Read more »

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WP-20 TIG torch leaking near the handle

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Would anyone know if TIG torches are repairable, mine is leaking from inside the handle. I can take my time fixing it if necessary. Are the connections inside such that I can cut off a bit of hose an... Read more »

using regulator for argon

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Hi. I bought an old Union Carbide Linde regulator, which the seller told me was for oxygen. The regulator is one of the light duty types with the small 1.5 gauges and the blocky chrome body with th... Read more »

welding shade numbers

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Can anyone tell me whether the welding shade scale is linear, or whether it's something else? I was wondering if #3 flash goggles under a #10 hood equal a #13 filter, or if it's something less. Th... Read more »

FCAW with AC?

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So I'm looking at those dirt cheap harbor freight flux core welders to use as a cold wire feeder, and I see that they don't seem to have any rectifier in them. Are they using AC for FCAW? -- Dan H.... Read more »

Hobart Cyber-Tig 2 update

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As some may remember, I managed to scrounge up a big assed Hobart welder. CyberTig II 500 DCS. The welder is tig/stick, but needs either a jumper Plug or a foot pedal to run. I found a wiring diag... Read more »

Wprld Wide Welders inc. P/TRON-8

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I have been given this plasma cutter because small animals have eaten some of the wiring inside. The actual Part# is PZTN-8. It was built in 1984 and has probably seen better days. Is there anyone... Read more »

Oxy-fuel cutting Cast iron and Stainless Steel

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Cutting of cast iron differs greatly from cutting steel for example Much greater preheat is required Cutting nozzle is oscillated constantly across the cut (much like a weave bead) Oxyge... Read more »

Craftsman Welder Manual

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Before I go an buy one from sears, does anyone have a copy that they would like to share of the owners manual for a Sears Craftsman Home N Shop 50 Amp Arc Welder Model # 113.201420. I have not been... Read more »

filler for 5052 and 6063

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What is the best filler for welding 5052-h32 sheet 0.1 thick to 6063-t52 angle 0.125 thick with a Square Wave 175 tig Thanks. Read more »

What is a "hobart digital 2000"?

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http://cgi.ebay.com/HOBART-DIGITAL-2000_W0QQitemZ7556576258QQcategoryZ113743QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem http://tinyurl.com/cebn5 I wonder if this is perhaps a wire feed that can be used with a CC power sour... Read more »

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