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Tea Drinker
Don
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Another 2 tons of topsoi

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1600kg you mean
 
Tea Drinker
Don
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Check you out! I have YouTube and the certified welders at work guiding me :D


What power control have you got, foot or torch. I could never get on with foot.

Immaculately clean your material including the rods.

Grinder disc dust causes contamination.

If it’s cold pre heat the material with a hair dryer. Makes it easier to weld

Interested to know how it goes
 
Soldato
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What power control have you got, foot or torch. I could never get on with foot.

Immaculately clean your material including the rods.

Grinder disc dust causes contamination.

If it’s cold pre heat the material with a hair dryer. Makes it easier to weld

Interested to know how it goes

I’ve got both, I like the foot control, took a while to get used to it though.

Yeah I’ve noticed how much of a difference it makes.

I’ve got a bench grinder out of the way specifically for aluminium now to stop contamination with steel too.

It’s getting there, probably only 4-5 hours of actual TIG welding time, can MIG weld.

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Tea Drinker
Don
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I’ve got both, I like the foot control, took a while to get used to it though.

Yeah I’ve noticed how much of a difference it makes.

I’ve got a bench grinder out of the way specifically for aluminium now to stop contamination with steel too.

It’s getting there, probably only 4-5 hours of actual TIG welding time, can MIG weld.

0D2a3M5.jpg

Looks good, truth is the underside of its meshed together.

If we wanted something tasty we’d use a piece of angle and g clamps then rest the ceramic on the torch on that. You’ll get a perfect line then and all you need to concentrate on is power, speed and rod.
 
Soldato
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Looks like it records at 1600x1200 in 4:3 aspect ratio rather than a 'traditional' 1920x1080 in 16:9 aspect.
Ah yes, that'll be it. I did notice it uses a 4:3 ratio. I guess makes sense for a doorbell.

Chose this model as no annoying subscription to record video required.

Will fit it tonight hopefully.
 
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