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    ^^^^ Ooooh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SundownAudioNY View Post
    Sorry about the mess


    Pictures are a few years old, latest additions are a metal shear and brake
    OH HELL YES! Awesome shop! :thumbsup:
    Last edited by benny; 10-19-2010 at 08:36 PM. Reason: language, I was excited

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    Oh, badass. Your personal shop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    Oh, badass. Your personal shop?
    Yes, for my other hobby









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    cool

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    There is a bunch of good welding information at Miller Welding Discussion Forums . The guys are pretty helpful too.

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    Welding Tips and Tricks - TIG, MIG, Stick and a pantload of other info

    Pretty decent site with some video links.

    I have done a decent ammount of welding with a Lincoln Electric 110 volt model. I like it, but would like to like to step up to a larger machine. I also dislike the stepped voltage selections, basically 5 different voltage setting though the wire feed is more fluid.

    The plus of the 110 unit is you can pretty much use it anywhere. I want a 220 model( possibly Miller or Hobart ), but give up a lot of portability with one of these. I mean we used a Lincoln Weldpack 100 to make repairs to a truck frame in a hotel parking lot.

    Flux core is not too bad but burns hotter than MIG, making it harder to use on sheet metal. Tjhat can actually help on thicker metals though. Gas shielding makes for a much prettier weld with more control. Flux core works well when welding out doors in a windy situation as it creates it's own shielding as it burns.
    Just ring the effing bell you panzy!!!

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    Jeez SundownAudio, if your knuckle hit that disc sander, I dont thing the sander would even feel it, would it? Come to think of it, neither if you hit it with your arm, knee, skull....:o

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