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  • Miller Diversion / Hobart 165

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    Just got a new Hobart 165, which is the same exact machine as the Diversion 165, to learn TIG. Fun for the whole family, my son and wife giving it a try.
    Last edited by johngo1; 02-12-2011, 05:34 PM.

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    It is nice to see you training your son and also setting him up with the proper safety equipment! I salute you for passing on the torch!

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    • #3
      how old is your son? I have 2 sons, wanna give them a try but I think they still too young. the big one is just 6years old.

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      • #4
        My son is 9 now, but he was playing with MIG at about 7. He built a little toy tank out of some scrap metal.

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        • #5
          Is that a drivers suit Olga is wearing?? It's a good use for old suits except I can't zip any of my old Nomex suits. (They shrink you know....)

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