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Re: aluminum solder ... Aluminum solder is usually a zinc alloy. It works well on clean metal. I've used it to fill corrosion holes in aluminum intake manifolds. It doesn't

K Mayer
Aug 4, 2014
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Re: aluminum solder Steve, There are many types of aluminum joining products that do not require the base metal to be melted (soldering and brazing processes not welding).

C Frederick
Aug 3, 2014
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aluminum solder recently someone brought me an aluminum oil cooler,, I picked up some aluminum solder at homedepot,, ive been welding for years but have never tried this

buldawg333
Aug 3, 2014
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Re: SPOOLGUN compatibility Sure, The TIG process has a deserved reputation for producing high quality welds on a variety of metals. It works on an entirely different principle than the

C Frederick
Jun 4, 2014
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Re: SPOOLGUN compatibility CJ: Thank you. Can you also address the issues in regard to TIG welding of AL? Bill On 06/04/2014 01:24 PM, C Frederick cfrederick@...

Bill Rubenstein
Jun 4, 2014
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Re: SPOOLGUN compatibility Greetings, When I see posts about welding with low amperage welding machines I get nervous. Don is exactly right concerning the amount of power required to

C Frederick
Jun 4, 2014
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Re: SPOOLGUN compatibility Aluminum takes Quite a bit of power. ... Aluminum takes Quite a bit of power. On Friday, May 23, 2014 2:26 AM, "A10ThunderboltII@... [welding_group]"

Don
Jun 2, 2014
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Re: SPOOLGUN compatibility If you are planning to go the spool gun route then you need to get a gun that is matched up for your particular machine and voltage. There are some universal

jhn9840
Jun 2, 2014
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SPOOLGUN compatibility I have a HOBART "Handler 140" (115Volt) Mig Setup and am wondering if "all" spoolguns will fit these machines. I can figure that the 220/240 Volt connection

al_s420
May 23, 2014
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Re: Plasma welding involving non-metals Thanks everyone for your input.. I would like to see this done but i don't have the equipment. The end result was hoped to create a surface like Tuff or

dhlnz09
Feb 11, 2014
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eBay Victor welding tips To start with, I'm new to welding, I have purchased and watched a video series that covered everything from Oxy-fuel, stick, through mig and tig. I have also

cptwinderatgmaildotcom
Jan 30, 2014
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New Member - Needing some help. Hi, I am Tim from Spring, TX. I have acquired a Century 130 wire feed welder. I have no manual. I have looked for a couple of days for a manual and not found

tbertw
Jan 30, 2014
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Re: Plasma welding involving non-metals Sounds like something I might like to play with after the weather warms up.  I do know that I can melt glass quite easily and perhaps ground glass might be

Dale S
Jan 30, 2014
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Re: Plasma welding involving non-metals Yes - Ceramic coatings are sprayed via plasma arc process. You would have to spray sand that way. As a flux, you could mix in some recycled glass, which is

John Brookes
Jan 22, 2014
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Re: Plasma welding involving non-metals Paint.

wreck7s
Jan 22, 2014
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