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    Awesome welding man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott_rollyn View Post
    Awesome welding man.
    thanks !

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    I'm in the middle of welding a cart for the new tig and some stairs for the garage attic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tekstar View Post

    All done with a lil'ol 110v Millermatic 135
    DO NOT GET UNDER THAT DEATH TRAP! IT'LL NEVER HOLD!

    *sarcasm: just messin' real nice work


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    Quote Originally Posted by dcoffmanjr View Post
    DO NOT GET UNDER THAT DEATH TRAP! IT'LL NEVER HOLD!

    *sarcasm: just messin' real nice
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    yup.... just can't trust those little underpowered toys.... probably should have have busted out the 'ol Big 40 just to be safe

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    Quote Originally Posted by tekstar View Post
    yup.... just can't trust those little underpowered toys.... probably should have have busted out the 'ol Big 40 just to be safe
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    Really nice work.

    I like the gusseting you did in the stands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kald View Post
    Get a coolant filter on that 6.0 if you haven't so already. Keeps that oil cooler coolant passages from plugging.


    Shouldn't be needed with the new bullet proof cooler, egr delete, and whatnots. I refilled with ford gold after all the work. Without the egr there shouldn't be any silicate drop out and cause any problems hopefully.


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    Welded this last night and took it to the buffer without sanding.
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    My last weld before layoffs...some 6'' 160 wall knocked out 3 of em before the day was out! Was so tired Name:  6inch.jpg
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    lyc 0-540 crop duster exhaust going south of the border
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    Quote Originally Posted by sausage450r View Post
    lyc 0-540 crop duster exhaust going south of the border
    Looks awesome!
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    Gorgeous!

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    Welded up some shock mounts I made for an offroad car.

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    are you able to do that all continuos? looks great, if you're starting and stopping you are doing an excellent job masking it (not to mention just phenomenal welds period).
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    Quote Originally Posted by sausage450r View Post
    are you able to do that all continuos? looks great, if you're starting and stopping you are doing an excellent job masking it (not to mention just phenomenal welds period).
    Thanks.

    There are multiple starts and stops on this part.
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    tad different kind of welding today


    Used my new 3D printer to make this object! The plastic comes on a spool similar to Mig wire, like a cnc machine just goes round and round and up one layer at a time to print! Thought itd interest some of you guys! Tomorrow I start welding my SS but I am going to be looking up TIG welding. My father bought a Llincoln 225 a few years ago and has used it less than an hour, so I want to learn after seeing everyones TIG welding on here

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    Okay, here on the forums, I think the administrators should create an entirely new category called "What is ZTFab up to?" Paul, you're just in a class of your own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperArc View Post
    Okay, here on the forums, I think the administrators should create an entirely new category called "What is ZTFab up to?" Paul, you're just in a class of your own.
    I'll have to agree, very nice work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VPT View Post
    Shouldn't be needed with the new bullet proof cooler, egr delete, and whatnots. I refilled with ford gold after all the work. Without the egr there shouldn't be any silicate drop out and cause any problems hopefully.

    Beautiful work! But you will get drop out with that G-O5/Ford Gold. If you don't want to run a filter DD Power Cool, Peak Final Charge or Peak Global Lifetime(parent bore engine) would be great choices IMO. I'm not sure if the 6.0 can use Cat Elc coolants which are nitrited versions of Dexcool/Ford Orange.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kald View Post
    Beautiful work! But you will get drop out with that G-O5/Ford Gold. If you don't want to run a filter DD Power Cool, Peak Final Charge or Peak Global Lifetime(parent bore engine) would be great choices IMO. I'm not sure if the 6.0 can use Cat Elc coolants which are nitrited versions of Dexcool/Ford Orange.


    Its has been said that dropout is caused by the superheating from the egr cooler?

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    Did a can tonight. I get great looking beads here and there and I pull out the camera and all of a sudden the camera will make it look like ****. It's like beer goggles. So I just put my camera back in my pocket and carry on.



    Did this one the other night


    Tried my hand at polishing without sanding. Go figure it came out the best. Just took it to the buffing wheel. 10 seconds later it came out like this


    This one came out ok as I was getting used to the welder. Bead blasted and polished and it came out like crap and then enhanced how uneven the welds were. Boooooo
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    They look good! You must have the same 10 year old canon camera as me! Can't justify replacing it, cause the effin thing won't die!
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    A trick that I use for cans or any aluminum that is to look nice when done is lay a towel down on the welding table while working on the part so you don't scratch up the aluminum.

    This intake as you can see has nothing done to it to clean it up, just cut and welded and care taken not to scratch it up while working on it. You could go strait to polish after welding if you take care of it while working on it.




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    Had to make some more pedals for a Jimco Class 10 car.

    Modified the existing brake pedal (shortened it) and built a whole new clutch pedal for the Jamar master cylinders.

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    Just wondering if you ever played the drums in a band before?
    With rhythm like that you should be a drummer.
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