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just completed my first class of night school

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  • just completed my first class of night school

    tig welding. have posted photos for comments (good or bad) Obviously going to need lots of practice.
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    Congrats. Well to me It dosent look so bad lets see..
    heat looks good.
    re-start not so good..try re-starting your puddle at the tip of the crater dip rod into puddle to fill crater pause for a one-onethousand count then continue with dip move -dip move progress forward
    Being your new tig welding most of all takes a steady hand/and good eye hand corodination to do effectively.Also move faster that should also help
    Last edited by weldone; 05-02-2007, 08:01 PM.


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      thanks for the feed back


      • #4
        Don't give up

        I just finished 2 years and 2 months of college welding classes going after work 4 nights a week and I can tell you. It's hard when you work all day to work all night but it's worth it. There were times, especiall in the pipe welding classes, that I just had to put the nose to the grindstone and get-r-done!
        so GET-R-DONE!


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