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  • Smallest weld

    Welding done under a microscope with filler material
    Check it out http://www.hi-tech-welding.com/
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  • #2
    That's cool. Did you do that? You're pretty close to me. I'm in Raymore.
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    • #3
      about 6 years ago I was doing some work on a jewelers building and he invited me in afterwards to check out his lazer welder and he would use small wire as shown through a microscope to weld.

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      • #4
        That's really tiny.

        Can you tell use about your micro-welder?
        Nothing welded, Nothing gained

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        • #5
          Any smaller than that and you could just say you welded it. Who'd notice?
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