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    Re: Welding school


    Does both actually that's why i got it. I use it with 120v with a 25-75 oxy mix

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    Re: Welding school

    First night in the shop. Oxy/Acetylene, adjust the gleam, run the molten pool across the plate. Start adding filler wire and Trina to get lines, not dots.

    Clumsy at first and patience is important. The time flew by.

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    Re: Welding school

    If you're starting with O/A everything else should be easy. Enjoy!

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    Re: Welding school

    Quote Originally Posted by jasnmar View Post
    If you're starting with O/A everything else should be easy. Enjoy!
    This bloke is the duck's nuts when it comes to welding with O/A. Introduction to Oxy-Acetylene Fusion Welding in Mild Steel - YouTube

    Apologies for his thick Aussie accent..

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    Re: Welding school

    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    This bloke is the duck's nuts when it comes to welding with O/A. Introduction to Oxy-Acetylene Fusion Welding in Mild Steel - YouTube

    Apologies for his thick Aussie accent..
    Dafuq did he say? (I kid).

    I can't provide any critique of his welding. He's much better than I.

    If I were "approving him" (in a makerspace situation) to get started using an O/A setup I would not have let him light the torch. Lack of sleeves / gloves would have disqualified him from lighting the torch. An expert can "skip" more safety protocols than a noob.

    Nice video. Thanks for posting.

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