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  • Broken Foot

    Hi,I was wondering if I might get a helping hand(sorta speaking).I messed up my foot pretty bad and I'll be out of work (crutch bound) for a little while and I was wondering if anybody could supply any small welding projects that I could sell in my driveway to supplement my income to keep something in my refrig, until I can get back to work.It's to late for AFLAC.I do have nieghbors that said they would lend me a hand with some things but I would like some small projects that I could do without bothering them to much.
    I have a Miller Maxstar 140 stick/tig welder and a(should I say it Clark 180).I do also have a set of torches but I ran out of oxy and I'd rather eat than fill the tank and besidesI can cut with my grinder and chop saw.
    Thank You for your time in advance.
    Don
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    Last edited by bmfvtwin; 08-10-2006, 01:55 PM.

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    can you tig? if so this might help.
    http://lincolnelectric.com/knowledge...t/airplane.asp

    if not good with tig these would work.
    http://www.millerwelds.com/education...ts/shop_stool/

    also here is a list of previus forms
    http://www.millerwelds.com/education...searchid=63924

    the third will probably help the most

    hope you get back on that foot soon

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