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  1. #1
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    Default Some pics of welding practice in school, feel free to offer opinions/advice

    Just some stuff i did in school the other day

    Just practicing random things

    Feel free to add some constructive criticism

    sorry for poor quality photos

    Vertical, 7018, wever



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    6011, root, horizontal







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    CWB





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    looks good keep practicing
    we need more pyros


    i never post pics ...i need a camera
    my daddy always said i was IRONHEADED....
    feel free to P/M me

  5. #5
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    Not bad at all..I can see youre paying attention
    Try welding with the wrist and not the arms you'll gain more control. Especially on the verts.

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    Default gets better..

    Looks like maybe you were in a hurry traveling upward on your vertical, but things got better as you went along as the photos show! Looks great!

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    Your getting there, but if your only a half of a year in , you still got alot of rod left to burn

    ps. what school do you attend, it looks familar.

  8. #8
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    Thanks for the comments

    I was waiting for the soon to be journeypersons to finish using the machine so i could use the Arc Gouger to gouge off the backing plate for overhead and vertical CWB practice tests...

    so i grabbed some scrap from the bins and did some vertical practice

    feel free to leave opinions or constructive criticism

    Vertical 7018 Weave1






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    Last edited by DiabolicaL; 02-21-2008 at 10:39 PM.

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    This is a 7018 weave over the weave pictured above










    some more pics tomorrow maybe

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    heres some more random pictures

    These are the CWB practice pieces in all positions, before and after being bent





    Pieces Bent, no Breaks

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