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    hi guys heres some pics i thought you would like
    5G 12" pipe to elbow ,tig root 4mm gap feather edge 135amp,hot pas 2.5 ev50 90-100 amp fill/cap 125-130 amp.
    12" pn16 flange rolled (welded at 3 oclock position)first pass ,3.2 ev 50 dragged at around 120 amp,second pass 3.2 ev 50 blocked out at around 130 amp.
    the shocking stop/start on the top of the pipe is an example of how not to weld when you cant see the prep because your to lazy to put a new lens in your lid
    THE IMPOSIBLE I CAN DO,MIRACLES TAKE A LITTLE LONGER

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    can only upload 5 pics at a time
    THE IMPOSIBLE I CAN DO,MIRACLES TAKE A LITTLE LONGER

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    • #3
      heres some flange welds
      THE IMPOSIBLE I CAN DO,MIRACLES TAKE A LITTLE LONGER

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      • #4
        Those are more my style, more "fluid" than some of the others I see.
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        • #5
          Nice welds, looks perfect
          HH140
          Clarke 110v stick
          HF 4x6 bandsaw
          Grinders/Air Compressor
          HF Mini Mill/Drill Press

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          • #6
            It's like I tell the fitters at the plant....you have to practice a lot more cause your welds don't look anything like mine. Yours are way too smooth and consistent. There should be a lot more spatter too. Having a rod stuck to it is an advanced technique.

            I'm gonna do some welding on my tractor drag today. I'll see if I can make some of mine look like yours so I can tell you what you're doing wrong.



            Al

            P.S. They sure are pretty.
            Miller Dialarc 250 HF
            Lincoln Classic 300D
            AutoCAD 2010
            Hypertherm Powermax 45
            Milwaukee and Hilti Power Tools
            John Deere Equipment

            Smokin P Ranch YouTube Channel

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            • #7
              Looking good Fillncap.
              Esab Multimaster 260 Sweet machine!
              Thermal Arc Arc Master, Don't use it much just got a heck of a deal on this unit
              Don't talk about it, be about it.

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              • #8
                cheers for the comments guys

                fnc
                THE IMPOSIBLE I CAN DO,MIRACLES TAKE A LITTLE LONGER

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                • #9
                  Looks like your pictures were shot with fixed focus hand held cell phone camera. Quality is so poor it is hard to see anything beyond they were ok for beginner first welds but far from quality needed for critical welds. Better pictures will get you better critiques.

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