I have a small bit of spraying to do just engine bay and boot floor, done a bit of spraying before but had the odd water droplets in finish so this time im looking to try a diy air drier had some scrap copper in the garage. will this set up help with the water drops got a water and perssure reg...
first time i have tried welding i have some car body work to do picture of first attempts
welder clarke 135te turbo
switches set at min and 2
gas argon mix
wire speed betwwen 5 and 6
gas set at 25psi
tried on some thinner old body panel with a lower setting and had some burn through...
i have been given a power craft 6011 impact wrench just for diy use, the person who gave it me did not know what the control did F & R i know are foward and reverse but there is a knob on the bottom of the handle numbered 1 to 4 and it says press to turn, is this for speed or torque.
My airmaster tiger 9/50 compressor did not work correctly found that the pressure switch had a fault on it the pressure relief part of the switch was stuck open so i fitted a new switch now all seems to work correctly, what i am wondering is what sort of time should it take to get to full...
recived this from AID this mornining
The spray gun type is TF3-i
They were originally produced for the Ministry of Defence During World War 2
Their purpose was to spray inhibitor oil into aero engines and other military equipment
They have also been used for wax injection