Ok, I know you read the title and probably thought I'm a complete moron, that's what most people in my town think, But Its an honest question. I Built a stove for my shop out of two 55 Gal. Drums and I put different sized Square tubing in the top drum. It was 1/8" thick. The drums are about 22 Gauge metal. I kept burning through the drums when I was wleding the tubing to it, and I was wondering if you had any tips for me for my next stove (A Wall-Tent Stove)
I currently use a Millermatic 212 AutoSet, gas shielded, to do my welding. Is there a better way to weld tubing to the drums? Even If I can't weld it with my welder, I have acces to nearly all types of welders at my school.
Thanks for the help.