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  1. #9776
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    That’s some nice mig work! Name:  D443341E-5C69-4FF5-B00B-8507690E0DAC.jpg
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Size:  66.1 KBdid little welding today on my chainsaw mill. Welded couple 3/8 grade 8 bolts on. 2 nuts and this comes on and off the bar. I’m going to add some rubber so it won’t tear up the saw when sitting down not in use becuase it will turn into the saw

  2. #9777
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by motolife313 View Post
    That’s some nice mig work! Name:  D443341E-5C69-4FF5-B00B-8507690E0DAC.jpg
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Size:  66.1 KBdid little welding today on my chainsaw mill. Welded couple 3/8 grade 8 bolts on. 2 nuts and this comes on and off the bar. I’m going to add some rubber so it won’t tear up the saw when sitting down not in use becuase it will turn into the saw
    looking good motoman!
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  3. #9778
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Thanks doc! have a good one today!

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  5. #9780
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    OH those are nice , are they steel or aluminum ,and how is the rubber attached?

  6. #9781
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I'm sure they are 6061 Aluminum.

    The grips look like motorcycle handlebar grips, probably just close fitting to 7/8 inch diameter handle. Maybe a little superglue to keep the grip from twisting.

  7. #9782
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Watch the video.




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  8. #9783
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Very nice, and a great video showing the procedure and tools you use for making them.

  9. #9784
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I got sucked into that video...excellent how it’s made type.

    Love the detail...thanks OP...

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Bit of oilfield pipe corral fencing, first time using FCAW, .068 NR211. Some of it was pretty gross. Did a stainless backed plasma cut sign, some custom latches. The grade of the fence makes my gate look crooked as hell, but it's actually level


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  11. #9786
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    Started a small fire pit for a friend last night. It's just a wee little thing.Name:  firepit.jpg
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  12. #9787
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    You fire that up your going to have Smoky the Bear visit you . Nice.

  13. #9788
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    We're still pretty green around here although there have been a couple brush fires in the last month along roads... the neighbor started some slash piles we stacked for him last season and they been smoking for a week... we stacked em' clean but he been using a farm tractor to bunch em'.

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    yup.

    in his defense he does refer to it as "A man-sized bonfire pit" approximately 6' across at the flats. adding a foot rail Saturday. 24"x30"x3/8" plate - currrently weights 600+ lbs.
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  15. #9790
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    LOL, well sounds like it should be halfway theft resistant



    Foot rail.... like for a hot foot!!!

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by ThorsHammer View Post
    Started a small fire pit for a friend last night. It's just a wee little thing.Name:  firepit.jpg
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    Is that a fire pit or crematorium??

    Huge...
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    Haven't touched the welder since the winter, and the wife asked for a simple as a caveman project for me to do. She ordered one of these bug catching devices from her favorite TV channel, and I had to figure where to locate it for her.

    Had some leftover steel, so I fabbed up a hanging pole. Worked great, and within a few hours the trap was filling up with flying annoyances.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Nice so are you going to relocate those pesky fliers??? or just make a box for em'

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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Quote Originally Posted by ronsii View Post
    Nice so are you going to relocate those pesky fliers??? or just make a box for em'
    Personally, I'd torture them with the wrong type of gas, and make them suffer till the very end. Maybe we can do the same to the house of reps too.

    Wife, OTOH, already was complaining that it was full of moths about 4 hours after plugging it in. I told her the new fangled gizmo could go back if she didn't approve of the collateral damage. So far, it's staying. Will be interesting to see how many bugs it catches in just a day of use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T man View Post
    Personally, I'd torture them with the wrong type of gas, and make them suffer till the very end. Maybe we can do the same to the house of reps too.

    Wife, OTOH, already was complaining that it was full of moths about 4 hours after plugging it in. I told her the new fangled gizmo could go back if she didn't approve of the collateral damage. So far, it's staying. Will be interesting to see how many bugs it catches in just a day of use.
    My father had a variety of these things. Most effective was a vacuum machine. You could put rotten meat, or a chemical attractant, and it had 3 2' long fluorescent black light bulbs. It would occasionally get a bat. Others were zappers. My childhood memories were filled with the sound of bugs dying.

    Must have killed billions of bugs, but it never seemed to make a dent in the population.
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    I had a bug zapper as a kid growing up. I remember going out and looking at the 2' diameter 1' high pile of fried bugs one year mostly skeeters but there were other bugs. It was impressive at the time.

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    This thing doesn't zap. It vacuums them in, and they die a long drawn out starvation death.

    Been plugged in about 20 hours, and there's several dozen bugs in there now

    90 day return policy, so if it doesn't work, it can be returned. Most likely it will do what it's supposed to, and that won't be necessary
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    Show us what you welded today!

    I got one of those things

    It charges from a USB port

    Last time I had people over I hung it from the back patio and there were a bunch of bugs dead on it so I reckon it works




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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Doing some work on 1/8 stainless Name:  8F52134E-23AB-4E5F-9B92-25962EE5EE44.jpg
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    Re: Show us what you welded today!

    Is that some sort of box... for something moto???


    And here I expected a fish sculpture with maybe a prehistoric look to it

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