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  • New here and to welding

    Hello everyone,

    I'am new to welding and will soon be asking questions and seeking help. I have an Oxy/Fuel system and a Lincoln 185T mig.


    Thanks
    TC

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    Welcome TC

    I am fairly new to this forum myself. The group knows their stuff very well and have answered all of my questions so far. Some of my questions may have seemed elementary to them but they answered them with interest everytime.

    Good Luck.

    JC

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    • #3
      Welcome aboard! You should'nt have any troubles finding answers on this board - lots of sharp people! Good Luck!

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      • #4
        welcome. good to have ya with us.

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        • #5
          Welcome..

          Happy New Year & happy welding..

          TacMig

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          • #6
            Don't really know what your handle refers to, but if if it has anything to do with collecting stuff, thought I'd say I'm a packrat (as long as it has to do with welding) as well. Welcome!

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            • #7
              welcome aboard eh!
              im pretty new myself....

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              • #8
                nice to have you with us

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                • #9
                  Hello and welcome. I "collect" alot of stuff also.
                  Lots of great peoplr here.

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                  • #10
                    recycling

                    i believe its called recycling.

                    all i had to pay for was gas to pick it up and some screws to hold the plywood and steel sheeting to the frame.

                    oh ya and some stain, although the plywood already had oil or some thing on most of it, so maybe i didn't need the stain. but its all one color now.
                    Attached Files

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                    • #11
                      thats a pretty nice little shop you got there.
                      but hey, if you get the most of the materials for free its perfect!!

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                      • #12
                        probly got $200 in it.
                        still needs a floor and some wireing, but its been a big help on many ocations. way better than working on the truck in the rain.
                        the 2nd floor is some sereous storage space.

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                        • #13
                          I have just joined

                          A friend told about this site ,had a look and found very intresting .I have a old 140 amps ac arc welder hoping to learn to use it on odd jobs like gate hinges ect nothing which would cause a accident if the weld came apart,looking forward to learning more.

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                          • #14
                            good to have ya with us. lots to learn here.

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