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Welding Aluminum: MIG Spool Gun vs TIG




Welding Aluminum

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Welding Aluminum: MIG Spool Gun vs TIG

Hey. Jody here, with WeldingTipsandTricks.com. Last week’s video was part one of the aluminum awning build. We put together a lot of the structure in JD’s shop, all TIG welding with a 200 amp machine, full pedal for most of the welding. A lot of people ask why we didn’t use a spool gun. Why we didn’t MIG weld it. We certainly could have. Part two’s not ready yet. I want to wait until all the shots are finalized and the awning is hung in place where you can see the finished product. read more

Welding Aluminum at JD’s shop




Welding Aluminum

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Welding Aluminum at JD’s Shop

Today, we’re doing a little tig welding on aluminum, on a aluminum awning project at JD’s shop, Apex welding and we’re pushing this 200 amp machine pretty hard. Full disclosure here, this is sponsored video, but I did not pay for this machine. I asked them to send it to me because I got a lot of questions about it. Couldn’t answer it. All I could say was I’d never welded with it before. read more

TIG Welding Offset Sockets with Hastelloy W 4140




Hastelloy W

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TIG Welding Offset Sockets with Hastelloy W 4140

Hey, Jodi here with weldingtipsandtricks.com. I’ve got a little quick job for a customer today. I’ve got to do five parts, little small parts, welding 4140 steel to an off the shelf socket, 12-point socket. Now, I know the 4140 side of it, but I don’t really know the exact material type these sockets are made out of. Is it a chrome vanadium steel? Is it some other type of high strength, low alloy steel? It’s something like that, but I don’t know exactly what it is. What filler rod do you use when you encounter that? Fortunately, there are som filler rods out there that are really good for dissimilar metals, where you don’t have to know exactly what you’re welding on. read more

JD, Jimmy Diresta, Me, and Brother Moto






Brother Moto

Rocket Stove Welding Project




Rocket Stove

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