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  1. #6151
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    He's the local bull****ter, let him do what he likes

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I stick welded anothe pair of razor blades. This time l used 3/32 "maintenance rod", it has thick blue flux and is most likely stainless. This worked surprisingly well. I used another box cutter blade backing plate and trimmed the back plate after everything cooled off.
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Size:  81.6 KBAfter 4 months of being finished sitting in my yard just got it bolted up. 11'9 inches to bottom of beam. Makes it easy to pull stuff off truck racks. For those planning on building one it is nice to go tall more versatile unless it is indoors. Once I build my shop it will have beams in the ceiling. Pretty happy with it built out of drop from other jobs. All though it is over built probably weighs 800 lbs. sa200 is under the hoop house can finally pick it up
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Benjie View Post
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Size:  81.6 KBAfter 4 months of being finished sitting in my yard just got it bolted up. 11'9 inches to bottom of beam. Makes it easy to pull stuff off truck racks. For those planning on building one it is nice to go tall more versatile unless it is indoors. Once I build my shop it will have beams in the ceiling. Pretty happy with it built out of drop from other jobs. All though it is over built probably weighs 800 lbs. sa200 is under the hoop house can finally pick it up
    Looks good, how wide is it? Will it span across a full width trailer?
    When do the castors go on?
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Inside to inside 12'. I don't think it will get casters although i will move it from its current Location when I have a trackhoe here to dig foundation for my shop.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sedanman View Post
    I stick welded anothe pair of razor blades.
    That's awesome. I want to see how far this can go.
    Likes long walks in the dark & late nights by the fire with a good whine. Down to earth and easy flowing. Polished appearance. Into lots of pre-heating & satisfying the puddle. Seeks firey weld with long legs, overlapping toes, and small ripples.

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    Never a dull moment.........still to be fully welded.

    First of two.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick120 View Post
    Never a dull moment.........still to be fully welded.
    First of two.
    The shaft looks too light to be a 'belt head pulley' - so its got to be art . . .
    but - two is a cue . . .


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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Not even close mate.......think agriculture.
    There's a hint of a clue under the bench.

    Not that I was posting as a quiz.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Here's a quick weld up I did a few days back, need a tool make a tool.

    Sorry link not working.


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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Conveyor drive?

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bls repair View Post
    Conveyor drive?
    It's used in sugar cane farming and, is going to be a crumble roller.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pugs_ View Post
    Not welding, well not yet any way, got about 2200 lbs of 5/8" thick ar400 cut up in last 2 days, I'm tired. Going to be a pair of 84" skid steer root rakes with grapples. I'm not really looking forward to all the welding, but it pays the bills I guess.


    And since I had a little left over I cut out some nice Rifle gongs and smaller targets. big one is 20", then a 12" and a few 6"
    Awesome work man.
    How did you cut the ar plate?
    thanks
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    uh few o these

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I posted this in the scrap art thread since I had kind of started that thread, but there isn't any scrap in it so I guess it belongs in here more.


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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mick120 View Post
    It's used in sugar cane farming and, is going to be a crumble roller.
    Hey Mick I thought tht was a POLISH Gatling gun . Yep, suicide mission , one time use only.


    Looks nice, maybe you could lay down and have Jane run that across your back when it bothers you.

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    @ psacustomcreations - beautiful flow. Certain your real "clients" (aka. canines) will be stoked!
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    Made some sort of lid for a customer

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    It's finished and is perfectly square. Not quite sure I'm all that thrilled with it but can't quite put my finger on why. More photos of it in this thread if anyone's interested, http://weldingweb.com/showthread.php...rojects/page13 -
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    @ Mick120 - late to the dance, but would have guessed a turret launcher to integrate to the death buggies in "MadMaximum". The latest installment down-under featuring Michelle Rodriguez, Zoe Saldana, and Daniel Craig battling Humongous and his wild band of misfits. This time, steel...not oil....is the shortage causing wars.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Redoing a charge tube.




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    I finally started and finished a project all in one day using all scraps. Life is looking up. Made a grinder stand for a Craftsman block grinder I got last Sunday.

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    I don't have the best visual perspective, but I would suggest that your client should wrap the housing for the exhaust turbine with insulation. If it's as close to the charge air pipe as it looks in will increase your intake air temperature, and I can see that the IAT sensor appears to be just after this pipe, so it will affect your fuel map. Unless this only has a MAP sensor of course.

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    Started building my steel storage rack. Name:  image.jpg
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I welded a 10 inch duplex flange and was halfway thru a 12 inch duplex when they came around and said "Hold up - those are supposed to be tack only!"

    What do they think, this stuff is fun? That duplex don't weld worth a durn.

    The fitters are supposed to mark it and tape it, and butt the fit up as well. They didn't do any of that.

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