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Re: MIG wire feed

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11-29-2012 11:49:23

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The hole in the bottle is 3/4 inches in diameter, the liner maybe 3/16 to 1/4 inches in diameter so the two won't mate up tight. As a result all doing wehat Puddles is suggesting will do is provide a blast of oxygen through the liner to clean out any buildup. Due to the difference in size it won't build any massive amounts of pressure like your thinking it will.

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jon f mn

11-29-2012 12:46:49

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 Re: MIG wire feed in reply to NCWayne, 11-29-2012 11:49:23  
Well, he did say to put the gun up to it and that would mate pretty well. 2000# of pressure would blow anything there right into the skin, not to mention all the other bad things it could do. Also oxygen is known to cause things to explode that otherwise would not. This actually surprises me because it's usually me getting called for being unsafe. lol

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11-29-2012 13:37:36

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 Re: MIG wire feed in reply to jon f mn, 11-29-2012 12:46:49  
jon this is what I did for a living. Standing under a 8 to 20-ton pile driving hammer all day while driving 200-feet long concrete pile. Driving anywhere from 4 to 20 piles a day. So holding a wire feed gun up to an oxygen bottle, wouldn't even raise an eyebrow for me or the guys I worked with. :wink:

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11-29-2012 13:40:22

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 Re: MIG wire feed in reply to Puddles, 11-29-2012 13:37:36  
That's impressive, and I can see why you wouldn't worry, but that's still not something I would want to see a garage welder do.

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