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good pictures guys , i'm glad i was'nt there :lol: :lol: instead i was welding in that rain :roll:


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good pictures guys , i'm glad i was'nt there :lol: :lol: instead i was welding in that rain :roll:


HMMMMMMM - are you a good welder :?:

(failing to teach myself to MIG :roll: )


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i'm no too bad with a mig , i mostly use an arc tho....

most things i weld have been galvinised so it takes a while to learn since you've got to burn through the galvi before the weld sticks...

the migs quite easy to learn yourself , i'm self taught with it.... :D


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big.eck wrote:
i'm no too bad with a mig , i mostly use an arc tho....

most things i weld have been galvinised so it takes a while to learn since you've got to burn through the galvi before the weld sticks...

the migs quite easy to learn yourself , i'm self taught with it.... :D


:o welding galvi is highly dangerous, the fumes are zinc laden, I tak it this is why you were outside?


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kaiser wrote:
big.eck wrote:
i'm no too bad with a mig , i mostly use an arc tho....

most things i weld have been galvinised so it takes a while to learn since you've got to burn through the galvi before the weld sticks...

the migs quite easy to learn yourself , i'm self taught with it.... :D


:o welding galvi is highly dangerous, the fumes are zinc laden, I tak it this is why you were outside?


i was errecting a fence , "sit's back and waits for the jokes" :lol: :lol:


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this is a good site, if you haven't seen it b4.....forum is esp helpful

http://www.mig-welding.co.uk/


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