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TIG Torch Holder

by J. Tomsic
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    Welding challenge finalist! After my wife surprised me with a new Miller Dynasty 200 DX, I made a new cart and looked around for a better TIG torch holder to replace my “old” homemade one. I wanted a sturdy holder that I could easily set the torch in, yet one that had some flexibility to move around and re-position easily. Not finding anything to suit my fancy, I made a “new” homemade one. This design can clamp to my TIG cart or the workplace, and features a flexible neck that can be positioned easier to suit the work being done. As can be seen from the photos, the design is very simple and extremely easy to use. Placed to the right of the workplace (or left if left-handed), the TIG torch can be slipped into the holder from the side, and the weight of the torch cable will hold the torch in place. The nice thing is that the torch doesn’t need to be perfectly aligned with the holder for it to work. Materials and Tools: 3/8” rod, Lamp flex neck, Fly tying clamp, Hack saw5/16” - 18 tap and die, TIG welder, Hand grinder

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