Hi every body's got to start somewhere. i've seen worse for first goes, just keep practicing it will either fall into place or not just like most things in life. some guys make better doctors than mechanics lol. I haven't tig welded for 20 odd years I Learned at engineering school. The first thing they taught us was to gas weld and Braze before we even got near the Tig. It is a very similar process just a different/ more control'd heat method with Tig. you should watch the guys tig weld aluminium pop cans together on you tube it's pretty amazing what can be done with them. Regards Robert
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