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  • duaneb55
    replied to Rig welding
    The answers to your question are all over the spectrum and vary as much as the type of work you might find yourself in. These are the kind of questions that get answered during the time you work for a welder as a helper learning the ropes before attempting to break out.

    There's dealing...
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  • duaneb55
    replied to Miller 180sd weak arc
    Could be the hall device that senses the weld output current. There have been many earlier 180 SD units that have exhibited similar characteristics caused by a faulty hall device.

    I suggest contacting Miller Customer Service (920-734-9821) with the unit SN and description of how it's operating...
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  • duaneb55
    replied to not putting out AC
    You're missing a letter in that SN....
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  • duaneb55
    replied to Rig welding
    You could go here http://www.rigwelder.com/forum/index.php and ask the same question but you'll be wise to have on your thickest skin.

    Not only are there seasoned rig welders over there looking for work same as Griff mentioned above but every "green horn" looking to break into...
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  • Alright, I'll have to concede on electropolishing being a "higher (form) of passivation" as I was focusing on the actual finish appearance and differences of the two processes.

    However, I maintain that an elecropolished finish is superior to a mechanic polish and wouldn't be surprised...
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    Last edited by duaneb55; 04-19-2016, 08:49 AM.

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  • We're obviously talking about two completely different "elecropolishing" processes then because the one I'm referring to is certainly NOT a higher form of passivation which is purely a "passive" chemical action to remove impurities following fabrication processes (ie welding, machining,...
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  • Ltbadd, I think you're confusing electropolishing with chemical passivation. I've seen it and the process and it looks like chrome....
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  • Just had to look.

    7'x3.5'x4' Tank. Don't know if double dipping works but even if it does overall length will be limited to less than 20'.
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  • Check with these guys.
    http://www.spsomro.com/

    They do electro-polishing of SS pipe (looks like chrome) but I don't recall what the length capacity of their EP tank is.
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  • duaneb55
    commented on a Visitor Message From jeffat55
    I would look at the connections for CT1 (Current Transformer) wires #33 (ground) and #43 at the idler module terminal G. Also check for a good ground on wire #33 at idler module terminal E.

    If all connections are good, you could have a CT1 with an intermittent open winding or the idler...
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    Last edited by duaneb55; 04-16-2016, 12:49 PM.

  • jeffat55
    jeffat55 posted a Visitor Message for duaneb55
    HI I need a little help. I have a bobcat 225G. ka822544 when using a power tool some times it will not rev up. same thing when welding. will not rev up at times. then other days it works. ?? Then it will idle down in the middle of a weld. I have to keep it revved up to get some work don. I...
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  • Check and reset the points gap as needed. The points gap affects ignition timing and I've seen this issue make a Kohler run similar to how yours is in the video.

    You may also consider replacing the condenser that may be breaking down when heat-soaked. Condensers are usually good or no...
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    Last edited by duaneb55; 04-11-2016, 04:52 PM.

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