Where and how much? I need to buy one before MoabOOP'S said:
I am taking one at Sierra College right now. Now all I have to do is talk T into letting me buy a lathe. It is getting easier to get her to let me buy stuff, look what I got yesterday!!!!! It needs some flames!!!!
Booger Weldz said:i took the community college course for stick, it actually helped a lot on the quality of the weld, the look of it is all about practice...time to go throw down some pretty MIG welds so i can back up my big mouth, i hate it when i post after a few beers, then wake up the next morning and find my stupidity documented...:flipoff2:
does welding with e-cliff's alternater set-up or with batteries count?Booger Weldz said:show us how ugly you can do it! ive got some shit on my exo that has proven worthy but looks like bird turds, post some pix of your ugliest welds that actually held up...i bet i can weld uglier than anyone and prettier than 95% of you:flipoff2:, ill post pix in the morning...props to anyone who can put together a rock crawler with an old craftsman 220v arc welder ive been MIG welding for about a week and gettin cocky
whats wrong with baterys.. other than not thinking and having 3 hooked up while trying to exhaust work no... realy lol...stainless steal dave said:does welding with e-cliff's alternater set-up or with batteries count?
there is nothing wrong with battery welding- i started welding up broken rigs on rubicon in 1977 with them-broken frames,spindles,leaf springs drive shafts, knuckles, early style steering arms on m.b. jeeps etc. carnage is nothing new. it is dangerous you have to take certain precations when doing it. i have welded approx. 100 vehicles in 25 years using batteries- i prefer using alternator's now but in the 70's and 80's i did a lot of it not as many people had onboard welders. i also made a lot of friends and drank lot's of free beer welding up broken vehicles for peopleT1H5_TA3 said:
whats wrong with baterys.. other than not thinking and having 3 hooked up while trying to exhaust work no... realy lol...
if it makes ya feal any better you can allways brake that old stick out , set it way to low and mke a few passes over the top of your purty mig welds.. lol:flipoff2:
Nothing if you take a few precautions, like not having the batteries sitting right next to the part you are welding, the fumes coming out of a battery is highly explosive and battery acid hurts like hell!!!T1H5_TA3 said:
whats wrong with baterys..
that was my point exactly..stainless steal dave said:there is nothing wrong with battery welding-