the to small ones on top mate
added bonus :laughing:
todays welds with 2.5 ran most around 65-70 amp..
well today burned some 2.5 rods :laughing:
I do keep learning @Memmeddu take tips and advice on board..
mate I've done better with stick than mig..
I get your points mate also been doing some joint welds
ok will do got some 2.5's , what you mean about what happening while welding..
hi so you would be looking at an mb25 unless you was on low end amps them you may prefer an mb15, here an mb25...
Jim# proof of 6013 being laid flat to plate on DC- 115amp 3.2 rods just to show if go dc over AC how easy an arc can be kept..
you will get there in end, as can see improvement all ready ..
ok 2 good welders your arc welding sure seems to becoming along, the videos I added are some of what I've watched over and over again, also are...
that top weld is looking good mate your sure improving, try stacking your runs when you got good beads of weld, also on a side note is this...
here few more good vids
all in all you sure are getting it tho so keep at it..
mate you now thinking of a move to DC, trust me there is a difference, I feel you will get the AC mate ...
to keep it simple for fitting leads also like Memmeddu, said there is no change it transformer base..
mate well put and good advice..
No problems mate I feel you are heading the right way just like to try and back stuff up as well, stick at it all mate I've learned a lot to my...
well mate you have proved something which I though true, which i'm sure now you spot as if i'm right you had right way first time ..
mate have an Clarke AC arc welder is that correct do you know model, for piece of mind want check you a few things, do you mean it shows...
when you start the arc do you just go straight in to run and when you get to the end do you just stop the arc/weld..
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