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havnt miged in 10 years, just picked it back up this week







and i started teaching myself tig in the last few weeks at work. i cut some 1/8" aluminum into 1" strips and welded them into boxes.

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ahh tig....that is something i need to start working on buying.

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Re: post up some pics of your welds.

Hobart handler 187 .030 wire 100% co2 38 wire speed IDK IPM 5 heat.

This is the best bead I've put down on the left pull on the right push. Im much better on a pull thin a push as you can see.
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Solid 2"x2" on a half inch plate. Just a mount for a toggle clamp on a jig.


2"x2" 3/16 wall tubing with 1.5"x1/4" flat. Base for a dueling tree shooting target.


5" sch40 with a 3/8" cap. Cap was plasma cut and cleaned up on the belt sander. This is a guard rail post and the boss man said he just wanted 1 pass on it. Made 13 of these total. Would have walked the cup on these but didn't have a proper cup for my gas lense.

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Here's a Lily that I made for the lady friend a few months ago. It was my first time trying anything "artsy" like this so I was just playing around with different ideas. Petals are 22g mild steel and the stem is 3/16" rod.



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Some 1/4 316 fluxcore passes.

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wow, that looks good for FC. is it the stainless, or do i just suck with flux?

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that would be stainless...

Sean.. Push with flux, well thats what works for me.

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Haha no you don't suck. Its stainless 316 that is getting polished to a dairy finish. I used dual shield flux core with an 80/20 mix of gas. When I have to do those kinds of bigger welds, ill use flux core wire because in position you can throw down a 1/2 weld bead with .045 wire. I do that stuff a lot. Plus I never push my flux, it will introduce the flux impurities a head of the bead trapping it in the root of the weld thus failing certified welds.

Here's a couple of pulse mig passes I was running today and a 316 coupler to a mild steel slug using 309 tig rod.

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^ nice.

picked up an oxy acetylene torch for the first time the other day for school/work. in welding class now starting out with oxy fuel then moving on to arc, mig, then tig.

it was pretty damn fun, man i cant wait to tig.


i dont think i did too bad considering i never done it before.


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Did a little project the other day. bumper for a friends jeep. his stock one was ripped off via winch when he was stuck in quicksand like clay mud.

3/4" plate to 1/4". i left a 1/4" gap on the backside of this plate and did a root pass on each side then a final one.



recovery points still need to be cleaned up a bit so ignore those.






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i'm glad to see pics like these, makes up for the hacked ugly thread welds ^.^

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Thanks man. back in welding class, they had an issue with the ventilation motor having a turn to turn short in the stator. anyways did some 6010 and 7018 today.

i decided to do multiple passes for the hell of it, then cut it in half to see whats inside.


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Did some TIG today, ****ing love it. shopping for a machine now. took about an hour to "learn" it and get used to it. had 7 hours of practice today. still need a little work on it though.


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Damn. That don't look to bad man. Next time get the scale off with a wire wheel or flapper disk and you'll get even better results
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MIG-weld on the johnny joints used in my truck arms, multi filet, 3 layer with single cover, preheated to 1100* straight Co2, they were out of 83/17 >.<

everything went good cept for the tip fouled right at the end and kinda sludged it... -.-' (end is on the right, but i think you knew that)





























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Haha no you don't suck. Its stainless 316 that is getting polished to a dairy finish. I used dual shield flux core with an 80/20 mix of gas. When I have to do those kinds of bigger welds, ill use flux core wire because in position you can throw down a 1/2 weld bead with .045 wire. I do that stuff a lot. Plus I never push my flux, it will introduce the flux impurities a head of the bead trapping it in the root of the weld thus failing certified welds.

Here's a couple of pulse mig passes I was running today and a 316 coupler to a mild steel slug using 309 tig rod.

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dude, pulse MIG is where it's at, ditto on drag vs push

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Damn, Pre-heat sure did the job lol. I never tried MIG with just CO2.


did some aluminum TIG welding today. i like it a lot, but it sure is a bit tricky when it wants to. I need more practice to steady my hands. Mad props to you guys who do radius welds and out of position.







a tad bit undercut on top.







I'm really itching to buy a TIG machine now. debating on the dynasty 200 SD or DX, or the diversion 180.

Dynasty has a bunch of different sine wave styles and pulse controls, but the Diversion doesnt, its mostly "auto". seen some reviews, weldingtipsandtricks.com did one over it and said it will get most jobs done on aluminum. really most of the features of the Dynasty look to make it easier for the welder to weld with, but same can be accomplished with technique and skill.

so idk.... $2100 vs $3400...hmmmmm

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lucky, couldn't afford one of the ones to TIG aluminum =( got a thermal dynamics fabricator 211i, TIG MIG and stick... i love it but it just doesn't do TIG aluminum T,T other than that it's an awsome unit for 1200.00

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i got the diversion 180 and love it. got it for under $2100 with the cart upgrade which was $150 but they were offering a $250 rebate if you purchase the cart so it was a win win. so really i will have less than $1850 in it once the rebate comes
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Have you done aluminum with it? Seen a review on weldingtipsandtricks.com and he said it was pretty good and can do just about any job on aluminum.

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here is a 3/8 bolt i TIG welded :P cut the shaft off and welded it to the arms to act as a stop for the axle perches


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I have a sincrowave 200 and love it. It says it can weld 1/4 aluminum but in reality it really depends how much your going to weld. Since these machines your looking at are all air cooled your aluminum weld time is limited. When I weld a fuel cell, there 1/8" alum and when I'm done that torch is pretty freaken hot. I don't have and really good pics, but this is an average fiction fan fuel cell just to give you an idea.

And also keep in mind that a fillet weld vs a corner joint will take more heat to get going. But if you came to something and you needed some more power you could cheat and instead of running argon you can switch to helium and that really help. Or if your just welding a lot and the problem is the torch getting to hot, they make some nice water cooler kits too.
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I decided I'm going to get the dynasty 200DX and contractor kit with all the attatchments. It should provide more than enough for what I plan on doing. Especially with all those features.

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Ended up getting it.




So far i am loving it.

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LOL!!! nice!
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CHEATER!!!!! LOL.... get the straight blades, butt weld those


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If you have no filler metal it's impossible. The metal will burn back, only if I had .040 filler.

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You....just blew my mind....even better because its .030!


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You....just blew my mind....even better because its .030!


talk about brain fart. man, i dont know why i didn't think of using that...

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played around with the settings for aluminum. trying to practice more where i dont have to rely on resting my hand against something.


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Ive been thinking of getting into some welding classes at the vocational high school I went too. They have 4 levels of welding classes at fair rates, night school. My welding is messy lol, I use my old mans miller cricket thing is beat, jams up constantly too which is annoying as hell but its good for random stuff, I tried doing my exhaust with it and it was terrible. Along with my lack of real skill at it wasnt too pretty. think I'm going to start the classes in the fall. Welding is something I've wanted to get better at

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These are not my welds, but they are sexy http://oppositelock.jalopnik.com/weldporn-910228664

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^ dang, someone is pretty damn good at walking the cup. amazing stuff.

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Ive been thinking of getting into some welding classes at the vocational high school I went too. They have 4 levels of welding classes at fair rates, night school. My welding is messy lol, I use my old mans miller cricket thing is beat, jams up constantly too which is annoying as hell but its good for random stuff, I tried doing my exhaust with it and it was terrible. Along with my lack of real skill at it wasnt too pretty. think I'm going to start the classes in the fall. Welding is something I've wanted to get better at
Just buy one and practice, practice, practice! that is what i did. self taught for the most part. in welding class he just gives us a short lecture, and lets us run wild .

Another day in welding class, decided to make some cubes out of aluminum. i tired to put water in it about halfway, but damn aluminum, heats up quick, and the pressure blew out the hole i was trying to seal. it dissipated a ton of heat too until it started to steam like a kettle.

The steel one is filled up 1/2 way with water. it was much easier to seal.


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figured this would be the best place for this... i'm welding mild steel with TIG, 100% argon and red stripe 1/16 thoriated tungstans

metal has been ground clean of scale and cleaned with vodka, i've tried PGA and Vodka either cleans just as well without residue, got this trick from Welsco

i'm having continual issues with the weld going porus and spitting very tiny sparks outa the weld puddle and forming coral-like formations in the metal as it cools...

any ideas?

welding on stainless however is flawless

also, seems to do this both using filler and base metal... i'm lost, idk what to try anymore

no wind, indoors, regulator and tips are clean and free flowing

i tried rolling the bottle to mix it, didn't effect anything

i'm really irritated cuz normal stainless is the bitch to weld and mild is cake... would like to do more mild TIG work but this is keeping me from doing any...

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^ OH! i think i know the answer to this! ...maybe

anyways, what rod are you using? any pics of the welds?

I remember in welding class someone stuck a R45 rod in a ER70s tube, I didnt really pay attention to the actual rod stamp since i got it from where i always get the ER70s, well every time i dip the filler in the pool, it would leave a huge fish gill style hole behind it every time i dip it.

anyways, how are you sharpening your tungsten?

if you try to flow some metal with no filler, does it do this as well?

are you using a dedicated grinder for your tungsten?


all i can think of really...doesnt seem like its gas related or else your stainless welds would mess up as well.

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3" piece of 1/4" plate, corner welds, 3/32 electrode 3/32 filler (should have used 1/8")

filled about 1/2 way with water too. just messing around and practice free-hand and not resting it on something.



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^ OH! i think i know the answer to this! ...maybe

anyways, what rod are you using? any pics of the welds?

I remember in welding class someone stuck a R45 rod in a ER70s tube, I didnt really pay attention to the actual rod stamp since i got it from where i always get the ER70s, well every time i dip the filler in the pool, it would leave a huge fish gill style hole behind it every time i dip it.

anyways, how are you sharpening your tungsten?

if you try to flow some metal with no filler, does it do this as well?

are you using a dedicated grinder for your tungsten?


all i can think of really...doesnt seem like its gas related or else your stainless welds would mess up as well.

nope, does it both with rod or just base metal, although seems to do it less with the work metal than with rod

thats the only thing im wondering about, i don't have a dedicated bench wheel for it... guess i'll pick one up and see if that does it... just duno why it would work for stainless and not for mild... mild is supposed to be the easiest to work with!!!!!!


sharpening by keeping the rod at about a 15* angle to the wheel and letting it go red hot while spinning it with my fingers, only takes a second to get a needle tip... or is the heat messing things up by letting the tungsten go red hot on the wheel?


oh, one other thing, it's a cheap harbour freight bench grinder and wheel... deff not a good wheel thinking about it... usually use like Norton Norzon's for stainless with my hand grinders... duno what all is in the HF wheel.... maybe thats what it is... but i've been using it even when welding my stainless exhaust 18ga tubing and it's welded perfectly...

would too much heat do this? like last time i had this happen was around 100a on a 1/16... maybe was too small? the arc was stable though...






sure... rub my face in it beandip...



this was no filler, just a 3/8 grade 8 cap head bolt for retainer on the axle perch, TIG welded it with no problem... it's freekin weird... set to 38a i think?




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Sounds to me the tungsten is contaminated. that amperage should be fine with 1/16 electrode. though they do recommend stepping up to 3/32 for 65-200 amp range though. 120 is supposedly the max for 1/16, but i have read online it would be better to switch out to 3/32 after 100 amps.

I use a 2" roloc disk on a die grinder to sharpen mine. i usually dont let it get red hot, though if i royally ****ed up the tip, i get it red hot to quickly shape it, but i always gently spin it to remove any bluing of the tip from the heat. Just dont use that grinding wheel for anything BUT that electrode, so roloc is a good answer since they are small, and relatively disposable.

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My mastercraft 110v arc was on its way out and this is the last thing i welded, terrible welds I was given an older miller thunderbolt just need to run the wiring from my breaker panel to the socket.

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Sounds to me the tungsten is contaminated. that amperage should be fine with 1/16 electrode. though they do recommend stepping up to 3/32 for 65-200 amp range though. 120 is supposedly the max for 1/16, but i have read online it would be better to switch out to 3/32 after 100 amps.

I use a 2" roloc disk on a die grinder to sharpen mine. i usually dont let it get red hot, though if i royally ****ed up the tip, i get it red hot to quickly shape it, but i always gently spin it to remove any bluing of the tip from the heat. Just dont use that grinding wheel for anything BUT that electrode, so roloc is a good answer since they are small, and relatively disposable.

see i do it like the first one backwards... i go with the kerf instead of against it

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that really shouldnt matter, but anyways, get a dedicated grinding stone for it, dont make it red hot, and see if it still does it. also make sure there is no oil on the filler rods too.

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Wired my miller thunderbolt to the breaker today and played around with it.Its an old thunderbolt 225a ac stick, things gotta be 30 years old but it works fine!

Tried some 6011 and 6013 rods on an old piece of exhaust pipe. I got the numbers in the pic backwards.



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get you some thicker stuff to weld on. stick welding is fun, but takes some practice to get it down.
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Yeah i was messing around with a brake rotor too.




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Looks like you need more heat. Should be plenty of penetration with 6011

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I also need better leads, the ones i have are from a 110v welder. I plan on getting 2 #2 25' leads.


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