Question related to welding cutlery

  1. BirdmanJohn Member

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    lol!! you are right, I have since renamed the video, it did get a couple of comments! I didn't appreciate the terminology. Had 4 Fireblades myself and loved two wheels but scooters and mopeds all came under the same catagory in my mind. Lesson learned!
     
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  2. Bbe555 Member

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    Yeah I agree . I do a lot of cutlery work and I use 0.6 wire in fact you will be surprised what you can weld with it.
     
  3. Bbe555 Member

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    In fact almost 90 percent of stuff like that is tacked and not welded . If your burning through on the spoon scoop and the knife blade then it's due to poor fit up.
     
  4. BirdmanJohn Member

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  6. BirdmanJohn Member

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    Another little piece .. yet another evolution of Kingfisher, I think I might settle on this one now -
     
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  7. BirdmanJohn Member

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    And .... since it's been a year now since I bought my first welder and 'accidentally' discovered metal sculpting .. here's a quick look back at some of the pieces I have made so far -

    Thanks for all the nice comments!
     
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  8. slim_boy_fat

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    Inspired work as always. :thumbup:
     
  9. barking mat

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    Amazing thread, excellent stuff, tig is the way forward.

    Just keep doing it!

    Most impressed, will have to try cutlery animals and birds myself.
     
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