Do you have an Oxy-Acetylene torch? Is their any reason you wouldn't want to gas weld what ever you are building? Tin man tech on you tube can give you the details and their business will sell you the flux and proper glasses to gas weld Aluminium. The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) teaches both methods in their welding seminars and at the yearly convention in July. I have attended both seminars, For the TIG seminar they were using the same welder that was selling in the Lincoln Electric booth for $1,700- $1,800 without the peripherals, peripherals being the tank regulator, tig torch and cart/tank holder. For gas welding you'll need the flux and goggles/lenses that eliminate the sodium flares from the weld. For both processes you'll need cleaners and abrasives and compatible rod/filler. Some of the EAA seminar presenters claim TIG welding is a young man's game and advise us old folks to use gas welding. Presenters at EAA are Lincoln reps and other experts from industry. The guy that taught me oxy-acetylene welding was a metallurgist/welding engineer for Mercury Marine
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