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    Hello,

    I need to know if there are any problems I would encounter while MIG welding a 1215 steel locking collar to a section of sch 40 steel pipe. It is going to be used as removable handles for a tread mill, not the highest load scenario, but I don't want them ever to break.

    This is the locking collar,
    http://www.mcmaster.com/#6436k18/=etfc41

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    I don't see a problem doing it esp with a 220v mig which you have. The reason that they use 12L14 is its easy to machine and prob off a CNC lathe or mill. If you need something heavier or not 12L14 give me a yell...Bob
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    • #3
      Mcmaster Carr sells weldable shaft collars 1018 steel Search shaft collars, then mountable collars, you will see weldable collars. they only offer 2 piece collars in 1018

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