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You can learn to weld. I'll show you exactly what to do in my affordable online welding courses at https://courses.timwelds.com.
wow thanks for this. I just started and you set me straight on a few things right off.
Great Insights !
Great Insights !
Thanks for this. Just started welding and this helps a lot.
New hobby welder here, you said it can only make a single pass. Does this mean i cant use it to run 2 beads paralell to close a large gap in the material then bridge the middle of those 2 beads together? If i cant do that can you explain why, or send me to where i can find that info? Ive been doing this and i dont want to continue if it will compromise the weld. Thanks
Great video. Nicely edited. No wasted words. You stayed focused on the key points with no mental meandering. Thanks.
What does it mean (and why) when its single pass only? Does that mean you can run multiple beads into/on each other for some reason?
I taught myself to stick weld 45 years ago with zero instruction or assistance. Learned flux core years later. I wish videos like this had been available back then. Proud to say that I am a pretty good hobbyist welder.
Exc vid. Very helpful. Cheers from Down Under 🇦🇺
My welding experience is with arc welding many many years ago. So happy I found your great tutorial Tim and can't wait to get started.
"im a welder i pick up the metal i weld the metal" lol
Great work Tim. The last bit showing (lack of) penetration was icing on the cake for me.
i could smell it🤣
Some good tips. Out of all the brands of wire that I've run, I found the Italian made INE brand to run the best.
I still weld all the critical things on my projects with stick 7018.
Tim I like your channel. I learned lots. Can you add some content of how to plug welding with flux core. Let’s say a 10 mm rebar to a plate?
I haven’t owned my own welding equipment. You had mentioned that sometimes the amps go higher! So would I need more amp service on my house other than 100 amps or would I need a booster to cover so none of the breakers trip ?
Really good video, thank you. also pleased to see mm in the description.