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by C. Odom
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    I constructed my own carbon arc gouge torch that would use smaller carbon electrodes. It worked great with a Miller DC machine at 180 amps at 110 p.s.i. I gouged out this island scene in five minutes,did a little hand craveing,had a plater chrome it and finished it off with a custom frame made from left over stair case hard pine. I was introduced to Miller welders while working forty years in a locomotive repair shop. I\'ve since retired and use a Lincoln tome stone buzz box, I would swap it out with boot for a Miller anyday of the week,real stable arc and easier re-strike with 7018 electrodes. keep up the fine work building these beauties. Thanks, Charles\"Carlos\"Odom

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