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  • #16
    Originally posted by Old Skool View Post
    The guy is ZT FAB & it's all mig, no pulse.
    You are right... the guy has exceptional MIG skills.. (I had to look it up)

    here is a link to that thread over on WW

    http://weldingweb.com/showthread.php...-Mig-like-Tig&
    Last edited by H80N; 02-09-2014, 09:28 AM.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Old Skool View Post
      The guy is ZT FAB & it's all mig, no pulse.
      It sure looks like his work. There's a 35 page "MIG like TIG" thread at weldingweb.com with other examples of his work.
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      • #18
        He is on instagram. Ryancookfabricatiions on ig ain't so bad either. I guess I was right on my first instinct.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Goodhand View Post
          Where did you get the photo?
          it's a tig weld. I can't tell from the pic if it's mild steel or SS. I would guess mild steel. From the color the metal has turned it seems like small pieces of SS would have warped and buckled a little. I see no signs of that from the pics.
          I can do similar welds on 1/4" SS with a 316 filler. I only have a scratch start set up though.
          SelfTaught

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          • #20
            Originally posted by SelfTaught View Post
            it's a tig weld. I can't tell from the pic if it's mild steel or SS. I would guess mild steel. From the color the metal has turned it seems like small pieces of SS would have warped and buckled a little. I see no signs of that from the pics.
            I can do similar welds on 1/4" SS with a 316 filler. I only have a scratch start set up though.
            SelfTaught
            Guess I should have finished reading the thread before I commented.
            Awesome mig technique!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by H80N View Post
              pretty easy to achieve that even spacing with "Pulsed TIG" using a machine like a Dynasty with built in pulsing capability... lots of machines out there these days that can pulse.... getting pretty common.. sure beats pumping the pedal..,,,,,
              I actually just bought a pulsar for my 250DX is there a good place to begin to try and do this? Is there an actual video on showing you what to do with a pulsar does what???

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