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    Few pics of railing just did.
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    Hmm is that just 1 1/2? Pipes cut at random lengths and shoved into wooden posts then painted with a rattle can?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drpipe View Post
    Hmm is that just 1 1/2? Pipes cut at random lengths and shoved into wooden posts then painted with a rattle can?
    If you looked closer you would notice brackets ON the posts...but I'm sure his welds are not near as good as yours 24k...shame your eyes aren't near as good though.
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    The brackets are anchored with lag screws into the post.
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    Oh, you used lags. Next time try a birch dowel at about 75 amps, to stick weld them on. If you get the foil covered dowels from the craft store you can do aluminum to wood as well
    Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walker View Post
    Oh, you used lags. Next time try a birch dowel at about 75 amps, to stick weld them on. If you get the foil covered dowels from the craft store you can do aluminum to wood as well
    Looks good.
    Yes but,what keeps the wood from burning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walker View Post
    Oh, you used lags. Next time try a birch dowel at about 75 amps, to stick weld them on. If you get the foil covered dowels from the craft store you can do aluminum to wood as well
    Looks good.
    I,ll stick with lag screws thanks.
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    Default recent job

    Lmfao ........ Did ya stove pipe it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornerstone View Post
    Yes but,what keeps the wood from burning?
    You just keep the amps low, and like some guys do with 6010, you can dunk 'em in water, as they need a little moisture to lay a good bead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walker View Post
    You just keep the amps low, and like some guys do with 6010, you can dunk 'em in water, as they need a little moisture to lay a good bead.
    wood needs oxygen to burn, keep your shopvac near by and suck-it

    edit: sorry for hyjacking the subject, the work done is a good job and i'm sure the customer is happy about it.

    note: english not being my first language people here made me work harder to keep up with the birch dowell thing...lmao too ;o)
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