First ally tig welds

  1. Rich#1984

    Rich#1984 Member

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    Work have finally let me start learning ally tig welding today these are my 3rd 4th and 5th runs I know there not linage and not great but hopefully is a start in the right direction it’s also the first time I’ve ever picked up a tig torch any advice is welcome
     
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  2. b4lamb Member

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    Who is training you? I spent 3 years of tech college evening classes to become competent and fully qualified to NVQ3.
     
  3. Brad93

    Brad93 M J B Engineering

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    That’s a decent start!
     
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  4. 123hotchef Member

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    looks pretty good for a first timer
     
  5. Rich#1984

    Rich#1984 Member

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    I’m just having a go in my free time at work as it’s something I want to get in to but that is a go after watching a few videos on YouTube then just having a go on my own then showing my boss if he pops in
     
  6. Rich#1984

    Rich#1984 Member

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    Cheers it’s only a quick go on the last hour of the shift etc but I’ll get there
     
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