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Old 16-12-15, 21:50
Stuart Fedak Stuart Fedak is offline
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Old 16-12-15, 23:16
Bob Carriere Bob Carriere is offline
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Hi Stuart

Keeping warm I see....

There may be some instructional material also avaialble on Ebay.... possibly CD......

In any event practice, practice, practice will make the difference whatever instructional material is found.

Please share what you find as I agree that some delicate work can be done with gas welding.... after all that's all they had at one time and a skilled trademen could do wonders simialr to the TIG of today.....


PS...... we are trying our hands at sewing.... by the furnace where it is warm... and may make frilly curtains for the barn if we get good enough.
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Old 17-12-15, 11:56
Dave deBlois Dave deBlois is offline
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Stuart being a welder fabricator I would say if you don't have a tig welder mig is the way to go. there are some fine adjustments that can be made with a mig that can make it so you will have less grinding. If your needing anything tig welded or need help setting up your mig better send me a pm or email.

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