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    Hey I've been looking for a normal welding helmet(non autodarkining) but I am lookin for some that have the different styles and such but all i have found them in was auto darkining ones? I know jackson makes them but i havent been able to find someone that sells them or found them on their site. Does anyone know of somewhere to get a nonauto darkining hood? Thanks
    Last edited by weld_13; 07-26-2007 at 08:23 AM.
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    hold on a few i know just the place

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    here it is they are fixed shade lenseshttp://store.summitracing.com/egnsea...7C0&rsview=sku Hope I helped

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    thinking bout getting me a cheap fixed- shade 1 to pratice with cause in voctional they only let you uses them

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    Thanks. I didn't know that, but isn't it a little early for gettin votec stuff?
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    nah 1 year need to get use to those hoods so i can weld like i weld with auto dakening hood

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    Quote Originally Posted by weld_13 View Post
    Hey I've been looking for a normal welding helmet(non autodarkining) but I am lookin for some that have the different styles and such but all i have found them in was auto darkining ones? I know jackson makes them but i havent been able to find someone that sells them or found them on their site. Does anyone know of somewhere to get a nonauto darkining hood? Thanks
    Here is a Jackson Shadow helmet.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Jackson-Shadow-W...QQcmdZViewItem

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    is this what you are looking for only in a non-auto type??
    http://cgi.ebay.com/FLAMING-SKULL-SO...QQcmdZViewItem
    why cant you use an auto hood in vo-Tec. ?? as long as its cirtified you should be able to use it in school.
    thanks for the help
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    hope i helped

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    Wow thats kinda wierd that they dont allow auto darkening helmets at vo-tech schools. When i was taking welding in college the instructors advised us to go and get an auto darkener just to make life easier and to get our structural tickets a little easier as well. Kinda comes back at ya though cause now welding in the field all my welding is done with fixed shade helmet... oh well

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    I'm not shure why votec schools don't allow auto darkiners but I don't think my local one allows them either. I would have to check though because they have a jobsiting thing that they host at the votec for dif. careers to learn whats out there and they have a booths for their classes. Thats the reason why I would like to not use auto darkining. I own a auto darkining flame design helmet that works really well but since some jobs and schools don't allow them I would rather stay with a fixed shade. Thanks guys
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