Spray is the way!

  1. Beanwood Member

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    Shouldn't be a problem there - they had to add two more mig courses this year, as they were so oversubscribed.(And both were full within days)
    3 of us on the mig course want to have a go at TIG, but he can only provide about 5 machines. He started talking about doing a different course, but giving us TIG work to do instead? Very confusing. There's a level 2 C&G starting after Easter (Again I think already full) so there may be another of those as well. REALLY confusing!! I'll try to get more from him again next week.

    We had a go at Inverter Arc on Wednesday. A different thing again - that rod just disappears!! That's got to take some practice.
     
  2. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    Yeah keep me posted on the situation as I'm sure I won't be kept in the loop
     
  3. Rrunnach

    Rrunnach www.interventiontechnolog y.com

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    There seems to be a big demand for welding evening classes (I now deliver two per week) from people from all walks in life.

    Similar theme for testing, I specialise for the HVCA industry, which is commercial work. Busy with this, too.

    Which is good news for all of the above.

    Regarding type of power source used, be it an old oil filled 3 phase buzz box, or one of my 16, off, Lincoln Electric TIG inverters, rods burn the same.

    Re......re, spray transfer: of you will know, all dependant on matl thickness and other factors, too. It is nice to do, very little noise, just that whoooooooosh, sound.
     
  4. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    That's cool buddy I'm not fussed by machines any machine can be used by me inverter engine drive oil cooled. Would be cool to do hvac stuff
     
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