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Re: Used my Everlast 140st

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12-15-2012 21:21:17

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Here is my pic

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Stick welding

12-16-2012 10:10:36

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 Re: Used my Everlast 140st in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-15-2012 21:21:17  
Draw some straight lines on the plate with soapstone and try to follow them with your weld. A 1/8" 7018 should burn about 6".

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12-16-2012 09:33:15

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 Re: Used my Everlast 140st in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-15-2012 21:21:17  
Very nice!! Yeah, 7018's good stuff.... Had a chance to play with the TIG rig yet? :)

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12-16-2012 11:28:25

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 Re: Used my Everlast 140st in reply to Lanse, 12-16-2012 09:33:15  
Still waiting on my new welding helmet bottle and a regulator before I tig.. I do have the first project lines up making a flatback cover for my G pulling tractor.. I"m going to use 16 or 14 gauge.. Ill post pics.. I"m Verry happy with this little welder so far..

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12-16-2012 03:21:01

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 Re: Used my Everlast 140st in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-15-2012 21:21:17  
Jim that looks really good! I've always said it is hard to make welds look good on a flat plate. A groove or fillet weld are a lot easier to make look good. What brand of rod are you using?

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12-16-2012 09:11:14

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 Re: Used my Everlast 140st in reply to Puddles, 12-16-2012 03:21:01  
Puddles idk what brand but its 7018 my dad had brought home from work along time ago..

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