This saves a ton of agonizing and blood curdling screaming by the burn victim while getting the burn I did a year in industry. For many of us this side of the pond oxy-propane is the only sensible option for brazing no good for welding though. And aluminum ends up VERY soft after it is welded. The plans in the book teach you to use simple methods to build out his unique designs, frequently using square tubing sections which are easier to measure, mitre, and weld. He uses a Miller Thunderbolt volt ac only welder, but he is a good welder, so your mileage may vary.
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They do make a sweet straight line cut. How did I ever live without it up until now? Thus in a bind I dug out some of that re sin impregnated felt padding stuff. To quote Hank Hill, "Holy crap Whatever welder you end up with make sure its got a good foot pedal and is not a scratch start. That's where I do all my welding and painting.
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There are some better deals right now on CL but unfortunately they are not in your area or even near. Any experience to what size and thickness steel is recommended and minimum requirements for a welder? As posted above maybe if you take time to learn it it would be adequate but my opinion is to just learn to weld and avoid bad habits. I am not a welder so I do not need a professional set-up for everyday use. Thanks for your encouragement and advice, BikeJohn. I put the magnets on the tool and then covered in good quality shrink tube.
I am not sure but think it was three hundred and something. Anyway I have a spare Victor J28 setup with a handle from 's and a full set 4 tips that are about 5 years old. I have many more pictures on my site: Most braggarts say its a piece of cake. I really do live in my "shop" here which may sound fun but can get a little trying if you don't like everything you eat or sleep on to be covered in iron dust!!!! Ten times better than the bulky old shop vacs that are the worlds most idiot ically desi gned shop tool ever.