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Old 06-29-2020, 08:22 PM   #21
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..so what do you do with those big welders ?



I weld for hobby, but when I need brackets to hang pipe or put a cast iron boiler on the wall, I weld up what I need...but mostly I weld for fun and projects and repairs on equipment..
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Old 06-30-2020, 06:55 AM   #22
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I weld for hobby, but when I need brackets to hang pipe or put a cast iron boiler on the wall, I weld up what I need...but mostly I weld for fun and projects and repairs on equipment..

With all the junk and stuff I play around with and use to build things it always amazes myself and my friends that I don't have a welder.


I do have a stick rod holder, helmet, and some sticks. On an old car I had I hooked three batteries in series and welded the trunk lid catch back on.


I do have a pretty impressive collection of taps though, quite a number of dies too. With what I spent on taps and dies I could easily have bought a nice little welder.




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With all the junk and stuff I play around with and use to build things it always amazes myself and my friends that I don't have a welder.


I do have a stick rod holder, helmet, and some sticks. On an old car I had I hooked three batteries in series and welded the trunk lid catch back on.


I do have a pretty impressive collection of taps though, quite a number of dies too. With what I spent on taps and dies I could easily have bought a nice little welder.




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best cheap bullet proof welders are the lincoln a/c tombstone welders( stick only) you can buy em used on craigslist for a few hundred if that much and they last forever, every farmer has one in the barn...
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I don't know what to call it.
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I don't know what to call it.
its called a ruler..............
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its called a ruler..............


It's called a carpenter's square lolz






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its called a ruler..............
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Carpenters square, got it !
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