I find I do the teeth grinding a few times a year for a week or two. It must be what we are going through or thinking about.
I usually dream about my past working life ie on site or on jobs getting stuck in. When I wake in the morning, I am knackered with work and can hardly move! :laughing:
An Oxford oil cooled welder. Always fancied one. Very nice it is too for sticking metal together...............I would hardly call my stuff welding :laughing:
Put it on the heavy blue garage socket box and no tripping or misbehaving. Pretty smooth welding.
Etch primer is fine on Galv. The older and more weathered galv is, the less it tends to reject paint.
If you want to tone it down after the alterations, you can paint it with Zinga or Galvafroid. It makes it look more like a galvy trailer again. I am doing similar here with an Indespension...
I got a bottle of Hobbygas delivered here in Glasgow from SIG last week. I still have my trade account with them though. It was £42 all in and I was glad to get it.
That lasts me around 2 years, as I use the stick welder for rougher stuff...............and I am rough as they come!:D
As been said. Don't step on the corners of tiles. Keep off any that are slightly raised or not sitting proper, so make sure roof ladder doesn't bear on these areas also. Stand on the tail of the tile with flat tile like Marley Modern, where the head of other tile and tile batten is underneath...
Greenbird Cut 40 3 in one.
It started to smell and then a little crackle sound when idling but not welding.
The smoke has been let out! These little capacitors that the ratchet screwdriver is pointing to. Anyone had this or fixed it? It will be some laugh me soldering those in.
I beg to differ I and many people have dealt with lead on very old propertys it will outlast many other styles including copper
What has that to do with what I explained? I worked with lead near 50 yrs ago on Glasgow Cathedral and that is built 12th Century!
welding lead isnt a proven track...