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  1. ron bridges

    ron bridges Member

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    noob here that ain't so new. i just joined to learn again. i'm not a certified welder. just certified retired. best friend back in the 70's and his family owned a sawmill. i taught myself to weld while working there on an airco gas and will say i got pretty dang good at it. problem though is that was 40-45 yrs. ago. now i wear bifocals because i can't see but i'm practicing with a titanium 125 flux from ahem...cough...harbor freight. it's actually it seems a decent rig. i've been welding 2x2x1/8 and it looks sick but you can't break apart. just picking up tips and helping out if i can.
     
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  2. The_Yellow_Ardvark

    The_Yellow_Ardvark perkele

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    Welcome to the madhouse of the forum.
     
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  3. gaz1

    gaz1 Member

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    welcome to the site

    theres a few usa members on here infact where all over the place on here

    we also do different jobs on here so not all welding related either
     
  4. Shedendman

    Shedendman Member

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    welcome @ron bridges :waving:
    Now you're going to have to except on here we go 4x2 not 2x4:thumbup::laughing:
     
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  5. RWD3M

    RWD3M Forum Supporter

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    Best gloves I ever bought came from Harbor Freight, Oklahoma City to be precise (yeah I know, I go the the strangest places on holiday (vacation)! I think I still have one new pair left but when I run out ?.... :whistle:

    Welcome to the forum :waving:

    This place is full of very knowledgeable and helpful people.
     
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  6. slim_boy_fat

    slim_boy_fat Forum Supporter

    Welcome to the forum, Ron :waving:. It's a nice place to be.
     
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