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    Intro

    Allo my name is Jeff , i am retired from the cdn Army , afther my service i start welding cours at school for 1200 hrs. Now i start my bisness at home since jan 17. My principal activity in welding , i do what someone like in custome fit( trailer, home furniture, outdoors facilities, some mecanic part on motocycle) on steel and alum with (smaw,gmaw and tig ).

    excuse my anglish ,i am from french part of Québec city.

    Jeff

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    Re: Intro

    Bienvenue sur le Forum!

    Welcome to the forum!

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    Re: Intro

    Welcome to the forum.
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    Welcome, thanks for joining.m

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    Hello, I am looking for a mathematical formula that calculates a load capacity of the metal at the linear foot. Example manufactures a 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 1/8 steel tube structure that can support a weight of 1000lbs.

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    Hello, i am looking for a mathematical formula that calculates a load capacity of the metal at the linear foot. Example manufactures a HSS 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 1/8 steel tube structure that can support a weight of 1000 lbs

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    Welcome to the forum fellow Canadian!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ljwelding View Post
    Welcome to the forum fellow Canadian!
    Thank you for the info

    Jeff

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    Re: Intro

    I'm afraid I'm a couple generations from French Canada. My father spoke a little French.

    Bill Beauregard
    An optimist is usually wrong, and when the unexpected happens is unprepared. A pessimist is usually right, when wrong, is delighted, and well prepared.

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