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  1. #11
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    Wow, how do you get the puddle to take on the exact shape of a dime!!
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    Default nfinch86- Canadian Weldor :

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Head View Post
    Not near as pretty as Johnny's and adweld's welds!
    4-inch sch. 80 pipe, 5-G 1/8-inch 6010.
    Iron Head; Looks good from here man !!

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  3. #13
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    Default you want stacked dimes?

    Sorry since the economy tanked, I can't afford dimes and have to stick with nickels.

    Stainless weld on 1/4" plate. I should have waited for the first bead to cool down before I added the second one.

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  4. #14
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    The nickels don't look bad, but that stack of dimes was tight and even man:D!

    Since you guys are posting pics:):





    -Josh

  5. #15
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    Josh,

    Great looking welds.

    They look like snake scales.

    Now all I need to do is to practice until mine look like yours.

    Should only take a few years.
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  6. #16
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    Can I join the club too?
    Regards Andrew from Oz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdustu View Post
    The nickels don't look bad, but that stack of dimes was tight and even man!

    Since you guys are posting pics:


    [IMG]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3239/2929957665_5ec0d82f74.jpg?v=0[/IM

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