Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Forums

Collapse
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • New Topics
Clear All
new posts
No content found
Show More
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • New Topics
Clear All
new posts
Please log in to your account to view your subscribed posts.
Directory Topics Posts Last Post
OFFICE
Announcements
Check out the latest site news from the administrative staff.
Topics: 24 Posts: 27
24 27
Questions, Suggestions and Support
This is the place to ask general how-to questions about website functionality. Please read guidelines here before posting.
Topics: 867 Posts: 5,602
867 5,602
New Member Introductions
If you're new to the forum, welcome to WeldTalk. Please post a message here to tell us a little about yourself and your interest in welding.
Topics: 1,521 Posts: 5,916
Last Post: Noob!
1,521 5,916
Hobart Expert
EQUIPMENT TALK
General Welding Questions
A place for general welding-related discussions that don't fit neatly in the categories below.
Topics: 2,759 Posts: 26,558
2,759 26,558
MIG / Wire Welders
Talk about MIG welding equipment, guns, drive-roll systems, solid and flux-cored wires, etc.
Topics: 3,739 Posts: 31,141
3,739 31,141
Sberry
by Sberry
Stick Welders
Talk about Stick welding equipment and filler metals a.k.a. welding rod.
Topics: 817 Posts: 8,084
817 8,084
TIG Welders
Talk about TIG welding equipment, torches, tungsten, foot and thumb controls, etc.
Topics: 986 Posts: 8,724
Last Post: Sizing a Tig Welder
986 8,724
robertstevenbk
Generator/Welders
Talk about Generator/Welders that can both weld and generate AC power for tools.
Topics: 944 Posts: 5,602
944 5,602
Dominoman2021
Plasma Cutters
Talk about Plasma Cutting equipment, torches, piercing and gouging, air supply, etc.
Topics: 473 Posts: 4,170
473 4,170
fox2015
by fox2015
Oxy Acetylene
Talk about cutting and welding with oxy fuel systems.
Topics: 390 Posts: 4,144
390 4,144
Dale M.
by Dale M.
Welding Helmets & Safety Gear
Talk about auto-darkening welding helmets and other safety products for welding/metal working.
Topics: 316 Posts: 2,556
Last Post: Glare Shield
316 2,556
Hunter55
Shielding Gases
Talk about Argon, C25, CO2, Tri-Mix and variations to shield the weld from contamination.
Topics: 155 Posts: 1,525
155 1,525
zealphanerd
Metal Working Tools
Talk about clamps, carts, tables, benders, drilling, notching, etc.
Topics: 794 Posts: 8,028
794 8,028
APPLICATION TALK
Mild Steel
Carbon steel is the most commonly welded metal of them all. Heavy, strong, inexpensive.
Topics: 162 Posts: 1,591
162 1,591
Stainless Steel
This metal alloy is resistant to rust, corrosion and stains.
Topics: 135 Posts: 1,101
Last Post: Mig Welding SS 316
135 1,101
Southern Welder
Aluminum
If it needs to be light weight but strong, aluminum is good choice.
Topics: 221 Posts: 2,213
221 2,213
Dale M.
by Dale M.
Other Specialty Alloys, Castings, etc.
The list is long, and welding parameters are unique for each type.
Topics: 84 Posts: 675
84 675
WELDING PROJECTS & CONVERSATIONS BY COMMUNITY
Metal Art / Sculpture
Show off the artist in you. A masterpiece can be 10 feet tall or hang on the wall.
Topics: 920 Posts: 7,191
Last Post: Free hobby scrap?
920 7,191
tonygos1
On the Farm / Ranch
From equipment repairs to custom-built grain feeders, welding holds your world together.
Topics: 213 Posts: 2,076
213 2,076
Hunter55
Home Hobbyist
Some of the best times in life are spent tinkering in the garage. What's happening in yours?
Topics: 564 Posts: 5,679
Last Post: Aging painted metal
564 5,679
garfish
by garfish
Auto Repair / Restoration
Classics, antiques, muscle cars and street rods. Make Detroit jealous.
Topics: 185 Posts: 1,669
Last Post: Work Van Back Work
185 1,669
Sberry
by Sberry
Off-Road/Trucks
Weld it. Break it. Weld it. Break it. Rock crawling is fun.
Topics: 207 Posts: 2,644
207 2,644
marruggio
Cycle / ATV / Kart
No seatbelts or doors required.
Topics: 57 Posts: 529
57 529
Custom Metal Fabrication
Sometimes welding can be serious business.
Topics: 172 Posts: 1,595
172 1,595
Small Acreage / Country Living
It only takes 10 acres to live the dream beyond the city lights.
Topics: 36 Posts: 538
36 538
Gregorywal
FFA Organization
Have you heard? Hobart is a proud sponsor of the FFA Organization.
Topics: 7 Posts: 23
Last Post: Hi Everyone
7 23
Dale M.
by Dale M.
CLASSIFIED ADS
Buy, Sell or Trade
Ready to purchase that new welder? Your old equipment is someone else's treasure.
Topics: 664 Posts: 2,047
664 2,047
WELD TALK TOPIC ARCHIVE
Topics: 12,353 Posts: 128,455
12,353 128,455
Topics: 5,785 Posts: 62,878
5,785 62,878
Topics: 7,755 Posts: 92,517
7,755 92,517
Hunter55

What's Going On

Collapse

There are currently 73 users online. 0 members and 73 guests.

Most users ever online was 1,224 at 09:23 PM on 01-14-2020.

Weld Talk Message Boards Statistics

Collapse

Topics: 43,343   Posts: 425,536   Members: 36,619   Active Members: 110
Welcome to our newest member, G700.

Latest Topics

Collapse

Trending

Collapse

  • marquezt
    New HH 190 wire won't feed
    by marquezt
    Hello all, I just purchased a HH 190. I have everything setup per the instructions but the wire won't feed.

    I have power(fans are running).
    I hear the clicks when pressing the trigger.
    I tested the tension at different stages.
    I verified there were no obstructions....
    08-11-2015, 06:17 PM
  • mrcaptainbob
    New gun and cable needed....
    by mrcaptainbob
    I have a Hobart Handler 135. Love it. Enough issues with the gun, however, that it's time for a replacement. I see there's something available called a 'flex-neck' gun. Any good? Or should I stick to the original style??
    01-22-2021, 09:51 PM
  • Dominoman2021
    Champion 4500 (2004)
    by Dominoman2021
    Having trouble with my 4500, when I strike an arc the engine bogs down and will just barely run an arc. I've replaced the carb, new plug, cleaned the fuel tank, cleaned out the mud wasps nests from inside it. It's powered by a 8 hp Briggs engine. The brushes are in good condition, cleaned and polished...
    05-07-2021, 09:21 AM
  • mrcaptainbob
    'Hissing' noise ....
    by mrcaptainbob
    I turn on the oxygen valve and there's a distinct hissing noise. Sounds like there's a definite leak. Do I take that valve to a weld supply shop for service? Is there a rebuild kit? I know there are no oils to be used but can a soapy solution be used to find where the air leak is?
    05-14-2021, 09:10 PM
  • Tiggy1649
    Forklift welding
    by Tiggy1649
    I'm new to this sight and have a question for anybody who might have some experience with this topic. I've got a broken weld on a mast cross support on a cat/Mitsubishi 25 electric/battery run forklift. I want to do the repair myself, the work or welding isn't the problem, I'm just totally unsure if...
    05-14-2021, 03:59 PM
Working...
X