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  • #16
    thanks Helios, hope yo noticed I used Helium with the Argon....you being Helios, and as it is 304 stainless, the color stays on as long as you do not put acid on it.....Dynasty 200 DX when I first got it in 04

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    • #17
      Great work Paul, are you using the pulsar and then moving the torch along?

      I would also be interested in seeing any completed works using this process that you have done, do you have a website?

      Richard

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Ltbadd View Post
        Great work Paul, are you using the pulsar and then moving the torch along?

        I would also be interested in seeing any completed works using this process that you have done, do you have a website?

        Richard
        Yes Richard, pulsing with different rates, percentages and amps, torch attached to a vertical mill, and the table is motorized and running at different speeds too.......I have not done anymore since I did these, where are you located in W Central Fla?....hope this helps....Paul

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        • #19
          Lookin' good, Paul.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by paulrbrown View Post
            torch attached to a vertical mill, and the table is motorized and running at different speeds too
            Ha! I wondered how you got the "scales" spaced so evenly!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Matrix View Post
              Lookin' good, Paul.
              Glad you Liked Matrix.....

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