Finds an acorn now and then!
I've been tigging all day with the Diversion 165 and learning some stuff, I've been playing with dirfferent sized cups, gas rates and feeds.
Mostly been watching the puddle to get a handle on that. Switched Tungstens too as I was using 2% thoriated on aluminum. Today I've been using my only orange. Ceriated??
Over the course of the day I've seen an improvement in the control. Nowhere near calling myself a welder yet but at least I'm getting to look at the details. Watching the puddle seems paramount to me so far....
The new WP-17 and silky cable seems a small advantage over the LS-17 stiff cable supplied with the Diversion.
THANX to all of you Pro's for the guidance and encourement!!
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Thread: TIG, even a blind squirrel...
05-11-2013, 03:08 PM #1
TIG, even a blind squirrel...Miller Diversion 165
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