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  1. #1

    Default New to welding. Check my profile pics out!!!

    Thanks for looking guys. Going to school for welding and wanted some input on my projects so far. Thanks again and keep your hoods down and beads straight!!

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    Default New to welding. Check my profile pics out!!!

    All I could see is a green welder, pics of welds are so small I couldn't see them. Get a blue welder and I'd be able to see them better. lol
    PS. How do you like that pos green welder?

  3. #3

    Default Thanks for the laugh.

    Just wanted input on the projects. Everlast works great, plenty of power and excellent arc. I'll have a miller someday when I can afford it. I know some guys are just dorks and feel better about themselves saying bad stuff about people and things. Makes me laugh. Sorry for your bad luck man.

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    What pictures? Where?
    Professional Auto Mechanic since 1974
    My own shop since 1981
    Cya Frank

  5. #5

    Default pics in my profile

    The pics are in my profile. Thanks.

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    Might be redundant to you, but you should just post them in this thread.
    MillerMatic 251
    CST 280 w/tig torch (for sale)
    Cutmaster 42
    Victor Journeyman OA

    A rockcrawler, er money pit, in progress...

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    don't let these smart remarks stop you from posting!!!! by the way if they had descent or know how to use a computer they would know how to enlarge a pic nothing wrong with your welder it's what suit's you and pleases you and what you use it for. welds look good like the helping hands

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    Default What pictures?? Where???

    Still can't find them.
    Can you post them in the thread like everyone else does?
    Professional Auto Mechanic since 1974
    My own shop since 1981
    Cya Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by layinbeads79 View Post
    Just wanted input on the projects. Everlast works great, plenty of power and excellent arc. I'll have a miller someday when I can afford it. I know some guys are just dorks and feel better about themselves saying bad stuff about people and things. Makes me laugh. Sorry for your bad luck man.
    No bad luck here, just saying the weld pics looked like an add for green, not a pic to show your welds. Don't be so up tight.

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    I agree with Frank865...post 'em in the thread.

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