Yes! I am using a welding Positioner! Yes, I am using a Metronome! The Whole Point to this video is basically to get guys movements and timing down practicing with a Metronome.. How Hard is that to understand!?? Its not a "let me weld this in position" the video is walking the cup using a metronome showing people who don't know what day it is how to use a metronome and practice using a metronome to tighten up their welds.
@fieldres2 on Instagram - 1 dislike from Isreal, 1 Dislike from Norway.. 6010 root passes, xx10 Hotpass Vertical down & Roll Welding; 1/4 Roll Welding, 2G Horizontal Weld Position, 5G Vertical up Welding Position; 4 machines prior to 1961, a Vantage 400 and more 1/4"
Poor judgement on my part ended me up in extremely, extremely soft and very deep swamp mud. Luckily, my Welding Rig is a big, heavy 1 Ton Dually; Manual Transmission, Low 4x4 and weighs around the 10,000 pound mark
Radiator taken from my 1966 GM401M Big Block V6, Fan taken from my 1946 Hercules JXD engine, Fan Belt taken from 1970's Ford 200 Engine (From Hobart GF250 Welder) 1973 4-71 Detroit Diesel Engine 1943 Lincoln sae400 Generator
Come join me on Instagram! @Fieldres2 This is just a quick arc shot of Titanium, I had a few more that I was going to make a longer video to upload - The start with no filler added, the spinning of the filler metal to always add the sharpest point to the puddle, break surface tension techniques, perpendicular torch to form a round puddle; time in between ripples to protect the weld.
Miller Dynasty 350 - this is going to be an open root butt weld on aluminum.. I also want to mention there is a part in the video that looks like I am "scratch starting" lol., no.. sometimes if I cannot get connectivity, ill tap the aluminum and then ill try igniting the arc again.. just so you know.. I could have easily took something sharp and scratched the aluminum, making a bare spot that would easily ignite the arc.. pesky oxides..
STOP!!!!!!!! The camera is zoooommmeeeddd in!!!! On the root pass!!! It looks MASSIVE!!!! Because it's zoomed in!!!! Compare the root pass to the size of the seam!!!! Too many hobby Welders telling me the root pass is too big or heavy!! It isn't!!!! I am super close with the Camera!!!! There is 1/16Max Buildup!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pipe is a 6"sch.10 Stainless Steel Pipe Looking through Gap technique. My superintendent when I worked at a pipe fabrication shop, Mike Ho taught me this technique. I am very greatful for him teaching me the technique. I do not have "Arc Shots" however you will notice I am welding with both hands, left hand and right hand. Feeding is continuous and extremely consistent, this needs to be noticed and practiced if you are tig welding. Torch is steady. Look at the voltage output readings on the machine. Look at my "Line of Sight" look where I am looking, look where I am standing on the opposite side of the pipe. These are things that need to be noticed if you will tig welding.
Click that "Gear" beside theatre mode and change "quality" to 1080p HD