When you’ve finished that bottle of gas get one with only 5% CO2 instead of 15%, you’ll find it a bit easier
Bit over the top for what your doing but same principle
Turn the amps down and the wire feed speed should slow down
Don’t follow you there, all MIG sets have volts and amps adjustment
If it’s straight Argon it won’t be suitable
That shouldn’t make any difference
If there is that much gas passing through the regulator it’s freezing the flow rate is way too high, which is unlikely. My initial thoughts would...
What happens when you wind the pressure adjustment screw out as far as it will go
Regarding spares for your torch I would call into your local welding equipment distributor they will be able to sort you out with everything you need
As Al says, bearing in mind your only talking around 4mm wall thickness I’d keep to TIG for all passes, you’ll have much more weld pool control...
As said, it’s horses for courses, do you need to be able to accurately record welding parameters throughout a weld for QA purposes or do you want...
That’s a new one on me
Provided the fitting on the hose matches whatever you’ve got it shouldn’t be a problem
Really don’t think you have owt to worry about
Too little will allow nitrogen to be absorbed into the weld pool causing weaknesses in the weld and parent metal, a bit less can cause sub surface...
Depends if it has become damaged or not
If you feel the BOC deal is robbery just ring around for a better one, there’s loads of options out there so you should find one that suits your...
It’s a very common misconception, a lot of people think “go slow, build the weld size up and it will be stronger”, by far and away the biggest...
Yup, think so Al
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