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  1. #1
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    Default Handy filler rod holder idea.

    Dont ya get sick of always having to go look for the right filler rod when your tiggin stuff up? Do you get frustrated if you happen to pick up the wrong type and you blow that really expensive one shot deal for the client who is standing just out of arc sight waiting for you to finish your process?

    Well I have the answer to your problems, its simple, portable, and always withing reach.. you can have one for every torch you own...

    If you have alook at the attached photo, you too can own one of thse really neat filler rod holders and make your life soooooo much easier............................................ .......

    patent pending.
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    Default Oh man..

    You guys must be taking pictures of me. I told you guys that I would have to improve just to suck at tig. Hey I am getting better.

    Good one...

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    Default

    how did u weld the filler to the tungsten?

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    Quote Originally Posted by migman69 View Post
    how did u weld the filler to the tungsten?
    If i told you, i'd havta......

    It just happened. got too close to the puddle, the arc shorted out and tadda....
    Will it weld? I loooove electricity!

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    Talking handy holder

    Quote Originally Posted by SignWave View Post
    If i told you, i'd havta......

    It just happened. got too close to the puddle, the arc shorted out and tadda....
    signwave you stole my idea, i invented this years ago when i was trying to learn this great trade called welding. sometimes i think you have to much time on your hands and no body will play with you,ha,ha,ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by safetydave View Post
    signwave you stole my idea, i invented this years ago when i was trying to learn this great trade called welding. sometimes i think you have to much time on your hands and no body will play with you,ha,ha,ha
    Hahahahahaaaa!!! finders keepers!!!

    And what you talkin' bout'?!?! I may have time on my hands and thats only cuz its christmas and if no one wants to play with me... I can always play with myself ! hehehehehe...
    Will it weld? I loooove electricity!

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    hammer and screwdriver (most used)
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    I think that's for tiggin around corners
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    Default handy filler holder

    Quote Originally Posted by SignWave View Post
    Hahahahahaaaa!!! finders keepers!!!

    And what you talkin' bout'?!?! I may have time on my hands and thats only cuz its christmas and if no one wants to play with me... I can always play with myself ! hehehehehe...
    you is a funny man, my next question is how do i get things to post such as some pics of my stuff ?

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    Default

    That was funny - I really enjoyed that one.
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    Talking

    and to think i waisted all that time labeling separate tubes to keep filler in, and all i had to do was label the torch and stick the filler to it.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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