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  1. #11
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    All you guys a great help. I was able to run a decent bead. I have learned that my real downfall is being consistent. All will get better with my practice. Unfortunately, my job only has welding needs like once every 6 to 12 months. But I won't forgot you guys and the help you've given me

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomkp View Post
    All you guys a great help. I was able to run a decent bead. I have learned that my real downfall is being consistent. All will get better with my practice. Unfortunately, my job only has welding needs like once every 6 to 12 months. But I won't forgot you guys and the help you've given me
    Not trying to sound smart-mouthed but the consistency will come with about 50 pounds of filler melted.

    Griff

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomkp View Post
    All you guys a great help. I was able to run a decent bead. I have learned that my real downfall is being consistent. All will get better with my practice. Unfortunately, my job only has welding needs like once every 6 to 12 months. But I won't forgot you guys and the help you've given me
    You might laugh...

    But...

    If you play some music with a good beat while you are practicing your TIG welding.... the rythm of dipping and moving filler & torch might come a little easier to you... and the consistancy will follow your body rythm...
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