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    Some people require more attention than others.....Like a LOST DOG and strangers holding out biscuits....

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    Those are some really nice welds what material is it and what exactly are those pieces?
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    • #3
      was the "base" (flat piece of plate with the holes) Milled for any reason other then surface preparation for welding?

      If it was not can I get a job?? Not as a weld assistant though


      Very Nice beads! BZ!


      why the piece of wood under them???

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      • #4
        beautiful, just beautiful

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        • #5
          Very nice work! *claps* Your customer will be glad to see that.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by HT1 View Post
            was the "base" (flat piece of plate with the holes) Milled for any reason other then surface preparation for welding?

            If it was not can I get a job?? Not as a weld assistant though


            Very Nice beads! BZ!


            why the piece of wood under them???
            I milled off the scale so I had good metal to weld to (Hot Roll) I used 70S2
            and the print asked for a pre and post heat,that's why I sat it on the wood...
            I didn't want the bench to draw the heat out
            Some people require more attention than others.....Like a LOST DOG and strangers holding out biscuits....

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            • #7
              Originally posted by B_C View Post
              I milled off the scale so I had good metal to weld to (Hot Roll)

              It's official you are far more of a perfectionist then I

              Originally posted by B_C View Post
              and the print asked for a pre and post heat,that's why I sat it on the wood...I didn't want the bench to draw the heat out

              I keep a flat Pan full of sand in the rod oven, and set work pieces in/on it if they need a post heat. It also gets used to temper knives on occasion

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              • #8
                Dang, B_C, nice welds! But you could at least have welded them on there straight for the guy. Sheesh.
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                • #9
                  Yeah I just got some new glasses and I think their OFF a bit
                  Some people require more attention than others.....Like a LOST DOG and strangers holding out biscuits....

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                  • #10
                    purdy work!!!
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                    • #11
                      I'll bet the wood makes the parts a lot easier to pic up, too.
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                      • #12
                        Beautiful! Are those Dorris Plates that hold Flemish Spars down?
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                        • #13
                          Those sure are pretty B.C.

                          When I get all grown up I want to be able to weld like that. Reality of it for me tho, is welds like that will most likely be in a dream, might as well make it a good dream where I make millions of dollars a year.

                          Great work man.

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                          • #14
                            Very Very Nice Sir !

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