If it walks like a duck....
- Carnoustie, Scotland
A couple of runs with the remnants of an Indian made 316 electrode which seem quite nice, which arrived yesterday from down sarf with some EWM 5356 I ordered.
full translation might go something like, "I say old boy, could one have a plain pie, and an onion one to go with it please"It translates to "and an onion one as well"
When i moved to live in Edinburgh a good few years i had to go to a job and meet the contractors in the "Boothy" (not sure of the spelling)It translates to "and an onion one as well"
When i moved to live in Edinburgh a good few years i had to go to a job and meet the contractors in the "Boothy" (not sure of the spelling)
Like a lad i said yeah yeah see you at the agreed time.
Then the panic set in as i didn't know what a Boothy is
I do now !!
Yes thats the one
I now understand it to be where the folk meet up for a brew in the workplace?Yeah, I can see how the pronunciation would've thrown you. Bothies themselves aren't anything particularly Scottish:
We are an organisation who maintain simple shelters in remote country for the use & benefit of all who love wild & lonely placeswww.mountainbothies.org.uk
Not looked into in depth yet but you can set the frequency between 0.2 and 500hzWhat/how do you set the pulse in settings ?.
It is % duty cycle and frequency like my paton machine or more synergetic
Not looked into in depth yet but you can set the frequency between 0.2 and 500hz
There is also a balance which I presume is time between high and low
There is also a pulse current, not messed with that at all yet but it seems to be that you can set a higher than 100% for that.
Will have to study the manual when I get a chance but so far I have just had a wee mess around with the frequency.
Some varying frequencies in the below welds although it is hard to see as I was laying one bead over the other after altering things.