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    Quote Originally Posted by dpansier View Post
    Best welding I've seen on Aluminum, this guy is gifted.

    http://www.yellowbullet.com/forum/sh...=1282128&postc
    these welds are pure amazing, i had to save all of the pics to my comp for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crawdaddy View Post
    As a rookie welder I am always amazed when I see welds like that.If anyone can answer this I would appreciate it.HOW do you get such wide weld beads?I am assuming a large tungsten and high amps while moving very quickly otherwise it seems you would get way too much heat in the part,any input would be appreciated.Mike
    Here are two videos showing a weaved tig weld:

    Half way thru this video the welder does a second pass weaving the torch
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQKTx_ZPvl0

    and....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4A2tK1x1P28

    hope this helps!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by racing_dave View Post
    Here are two videos showing a weaved tig weld:

    Half way thru this video the welder does a second pass weaving the torch
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQKTx_ZPvl0

    and....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4A2tK1x1P28

    hope this helps!!
    Awesome video. The second one was cool. I would have had 100 starts and stops on that flange
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    The second vid is "walking the cup" .
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    Wow those are very nice hopefully I get that good one day. TIG takes some time to get that steady hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by racing_dave View Post
    Here are two videos showing a weaved tig weld:

    Half way thru this video the welder does a second pass weaving the torch
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQKTx_ZPvl0

    and....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4A2tK1x1P28

    hope this helps!!
    Thanks for the videos,I have been practicing the weave bead and I can see the concept.On the first video it appeared that the welder had the filler rod just laying in the path of the torch and was not doing any dipping at all,Am I seeing that correctely? If so it seems like a good idea.Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by crawdaddy View Post
    On the first video it appeared that the welder had the filler rod just laying in the path of the torch and was not doing any dipping at all,Am I seeing that correctely? If so it seems like a good idea.Mike
    that's what it look like to me....

    here's one more video that i've found. you can see how this guy uses the filler rod.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3J0GE_c9K8

    -later
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    Here,s a couple of pics of some tig work we did on the roof last year.About the best i could get under theses conditions passed inspection so must have been acceptable for water tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by urch55 View Post
    Aww lets have some more positive speaking and thinking than that.
    I think he's saying he's positive we won't get that good.
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    Question Hand or Foot Control

    The video that shows the stainless flange being tigged I did not notice if he had a hand control or a foot pedal. It seams like the foot pedal would have been a hassle walking around in a circle..
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