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  1. #51
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    Jan 2009
    Whitehorse, Yukon


    Set your welder for the thicker metal, annd then when you weld it, concentrate more of the weld on the thicker plate so as not to burn through the lighter guage stuff.
    A very common mistake made is to set the machine for the lighter of the 2 materials which leads to cold-lap or non fusion in the joint.
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  2. #52


    Quote Originally Posted by USFASME View Post
    Thanks. We saw that and looked it over. Does anyone have any thoughts on the cutting section and tray? I guess that's for plasma cutting? Is it necessary? We don't have one right now, but are hoping to get one in the next 12-18 months.

    Keep the cutting /burning table separate.

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