Re: AS-29's current form
- Thank Lewis,
Next time, I will try that. I wondered what those settings were
for. It just means getting a generator out to the side yard. With
hurricane season coming up, it gives me an excuse to buy one.
Hmmm, what should I break to get an excuse to fix with the welder?
> If you must stick weld, DC is much easier to use than a cheap
> box". The gas and diesel powered generator/welders have selectableAC/DC.
> Just MHO,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Robert Gainer"
> > David,Why
> > I am about as far as you can be from an expert welder, but I
> understand that
> > you can lay a lot more weld with a stick then you can with gas.
> not wire
> > an outlet in the shop from the main box and let the wife cook
> > Or you may want to get a small gas powered miller.
> > Robert Gainer
- --- In email@example.com, "Jeff" <boatbuilding@g...> wrote:
> I like working with steel but it's noisy and you have to have niceneighbors if you do it more than once every couple years! LOL
Great point Jeff and one worth seriously exploring by anyone
contemplating a steel boat.My boat yard neighbour,who is building a
Roberts 40, regularly makes so much noise, either hammering or
grinding his welds, that I can hardly hear myself think(not that
there is all that much going on up in my attic)but it is I who must
wear ear plugs! Too bad there was not a way to build it so that it
could be tuned,like a steel drum,all fired up for some Calypso
music :-)Fortunately,he mostly works on Fridays and Saturdays but he
tells me he has a few weeks vacation coming up in the middle of
About the only way a person could pull off this sort of ear-drum
shattering racket in their"backyard" would be if they lived in an
area zoned for industrial...heavy industry...manufacturing. I cannot
imagine a regular neighbourhood ever putting up with it for very
long.At least not as long as it takes a part-timer to build a
Peter Lenihan,not yet deaf but a little crazy nontheless,from along
the shores of the St.Lawrence........