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WT&T Podcast Episode 32 – Ian Johnson

0:00-1:16 Introduction
1:17-3:00 Ian’s start
3:01-7:18 Lack of High School trade classes
7:19-9:32 Favorite type of work
9:33-13-:50 Welding with a camera crew
13:51-16:31 Where do you get your ideas?
16:32-19:12 What process do you use the most?
19:13-21:00 Blowing it apart
21:01-23:30 Notching tube
23:31-25:55 CNC capabilities
25:56-29:06 ESAB Crossbow
29:07-34:22 ESAB Rebel review
34:23-35:52 Investing in better tools
35:53-36:40 Not being color blind
36:41-39:25 Replacing the welder as technology improves
39:26-41:05 Your weld is your signature
41:06-44:00 4K
44:01-46:20 Deadline stress
46:21-47:36 Just have to pinch yourself
47:37-49:35 How Ian got on Xtreme Off Road
49:36-52:57 Just do it
52:58-54:13 The duck is the most peaceful…
54:14-57:06 The future of Xtreme
57:07-59:26 Instagram friends
59:27-1:01:23 The new hangout
1:01:24-1:04:45 CRAWL Magazine
1:04:46-1:08:37 FABTECH 2017
1:08:38-1:15:30 Hands on welding at FABTECH
1:15:31-1:21:05 VW Bug
1:21:06-1:21:52 Final thoughts
1:21:53-1:23:35 Closing

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WT&T Podcast Episode 31 – Mig Basics

0:00-0:45 Introduction
0:46-2:19 It’s out of control
2:20-5:49 MIG vs MAG vs GMAW
5:50-6:45 Language on weld tests
6:46-10:10 GMAW-S
10:11-11:44 Spray transfer uphill?
11:45-15:21 Transition point
15:22-16:40 Procedure handbook for welding
16:41-18:15 Manufacture provided setting range
18:16-22:31 Hobart 210MVP
22:32-24:04 Welding Tips & Tricks YouTube channel
24:05-24:58 Contact tip
24:59-28:20 CTWD (contact to work distance)
28:21-32:25 Flush contact tip to nozzle
32:26-36:00 Thin sheet metal
36:01-39:00 Smaller wire to melt easier
39:00-44:05 Adjust the wire speed or volts?
44:06-51:15 Wire speed up or down?
51:16- 52:15 Go for that sound weld first
52:16-54:55 Your signature
54:56-58:10 Jumping back and forth
58:11-1:00:13 Learn something new everyday
1:00:14-1:05:14 Shielding gas knowledge
1:05:15-1:06:50 Aluminum MIG welding
1:06:51-1:10:25 Gas flow
1:10:26-1:12:45 Just crack the valve!
1:12:46-1:19:11 More amperage, crank that wire
1:19:12-1:21:12 Amperage readout on machine
1:21:13-1:22:30 Try it yourself
1:22:31-1:25:26 Cut and etch
1:25:27-1:28:50 If a failure was my fault
1:28:51-1:30:00 Wrapping up
1:30:01-1:31:10 Closing

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WT&T Podcast Episode 30 – Chris McQuay

0:00-0:34 Introduction
0:34-4:00 Getting to know Chris
4:00-4:55 What They Do
4:55-7:51 Welding Inconel
7:51-8:15 Pac-Man
8:15-11:59 How Chris got started
11:59-13:35 Try Different Stuff
13:35-19:03 Red Seal Ticket
19:03-23:54 Consulting
23:54-28:32 Training Classes
28:32-36:45 Why Titanium
36:45-40:23 Why Inconel
40:23-41:26 Shop Cross Contamination
41:26-43:38 Shop Tables
43:38-45:14 Tools of the Trade
45:14-49:30 Cleaning prep on Titanium
49:30-50:49 Fitting
50:49-59:15 Purging
59:15-1:00:50 Purging Setup
1:00:50-1:02:14 Don’t be Cheap
1:02:14-1:10:20 Best Advise
1:10:20-1:19:40 Other Materials
1:19:40-1:23:02 Pulsing, Purging, and Testing
1:23:02-1:25:13 Cost of Purging
1:25:13-1:26:53 Name of Unobtainium Welding
1:26:53-1:31:31 Favorite Work
1:31:31-1:33:22 Worst Work
1:33:22-1:36:45 Check Customer Test
1:36:45-1:41:08 Outside of work fun
1:41:08-1:47:08 Gas Welding
1:47:08-1:59:37 Wrapping it up
1:59:37-2:01:19 Closing

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