http://www.weldingtipsandtricks.com/lincoln-powermig-350.html For this aluminum project, I am using a Lincoln Powermig 350mp multi process welder.This welder will do DC lift arc tig, mig, push pull aluminum mig, or stick welding. I have some plans to do more videos using this machine on stuff like a stainless steel pipe and flange, a jeep wrangler bumper project, and more...so that I can give it a go on tig, mig, flux core, and stick.
http://www.weldmongerstore.com/ welding aluminum using a lincoln powermig 350mp and a Stronghand Buildpro table. This fixture is fabricated from 6061 aluminum ranging from 3/8" thick to 1" thick. Settings using .035" 4043 wire were approx 575-600 ipm wire speed and around 25 volts. http://www.weldingtipsandtricks.com/lincoln-powermig-pt2.html
Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/mopatin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mopatin Google + : http://www.google.com/+mopatin How to build a Spot Welder with a microwave oven transformer. Never connect the transformer to the grid before removing the secondary coil, because it produces 2000 Volts at 500 mA, this is LETHAL. A secondary with more turns than primary rises the voltage. On the other hand, a secondary with less turns lowers the voltage and put more amperes to draw. With a thick cable we make a 2 turns coil that delivers 2 or 3 volts and many many amperes. This is why the cable has to be very thick.
This videos shows pulse mig aluminum, not all aspects but a lot of them. It shows how if the machine calls for a specific gas (like 100% argon) and you know everything a little better than the manufacture and you use a helium argon mixture, how you can fall on your face.... it shows how you can cough if you don't use the correct PPE (personal protection equipment like respirators !!) It also shows what happens if you do not prep your material correctly and just weld over freshly plasma cut stuff ... Learn how to identify synergic settings too hot or too cold as well as too much voltage or not enough voltage. Lets have a look at stick out, arc length and arc shots ..... And learn what it takes to make a youtube video vs "just doing a welding job"
See the detailed article here https://goo.gl/pFyopi or visit my online store here https://goo.gl/XrEiHu Tig Welding penetration is affected by the angle of the tungsten grind. There are several charts in text books and on web sites that depict the penetration profile caused by different grind angles of tungsten electrodes. I like to see things for myself so I tested 3 very different angles on pieces of 2% lanthanated electrodes ...all 3/32" (2.4mm). I let the piece cool completely in between beads and kept the arc gap the same for all three beads. Travel speed as constant too on a welding turntable. I cut the beads all the same distance from the start point and polished and etched using a stainless steel heat tint removal solution.
Visit my online store https://weldmongerstore.com/ A more detailed article on the topic of AC frequency can be see here https://goo.gl/bPkfCt This video is about tig welding aluminum on AC at 50hz and at 250hz. there was a noticeable difference at the 2 different settings. 50hz got completed penetration and 250hz did not penetrate. I tried to keep travel speed the same for both welds by using a motorized welding positioner turntable. Ck worldwide mt200 ac/dc tig welder set at 90 amps, AC balance set to 6 using 3/32" (2.4mm) 2% lanthanated electrode and 4943 aluminum filler rod.
Spool guns are overrated. Haha, this was really fun to try, and it actually went much better than I ever thought it would :) Interested in A Career In Welding? Click Here: http://www.georgiatradeschool.com/ ChuckE2009 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/ChuckE2009/282164941819994 The "Swan-Neck" gun that fits my Hobart 187, and other Miller/Hobart machines: http://www.usaweld.com/15-Flexible-Swan-Neck-Gun-fits-Miller-Welders-p/m2015-fsbe.htm It honestly isnt a bad upgrade, for $137... General Selection of "Swan-Neck" guns: http://www.usaweld.com/Welding-Accessories-s/44.htm
http://MuggyWeld.com Super Alloy 1 and Super Alloy 5. Super Alloy 1 is a 350°F aluminum alloy. This solder flows at such a low temperature, it can even be used with a heat gun on small aluminum parts. Indirect heat is recommended. In addition to aluminum, Super Alloy 1 rod and flux will bond to many other metals without distortion to the parent metal. Super Alloy 5 is a 600°F brazing rod that bonds aluminum at weld strength. This rod and flux work synergistically, and the unique flux acts as an absolute temperature guide--turning to a liquid as it removes seen and unseen contaminates at working temperature. Super Alloy 5 works well on thin aluminum as well as thicker castings. (An oxyacetylene torch should be used on heavier aluminum and cast aluminum). Always wear eye protection and keep your head out of the fume zone. Please read all instructions prior to use at: https://www.muggyweld.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Super-Alloy-1-instructions.pdf For more videos and information, or to order, visit http://MuggyWeld.com International customers, please order at: http://www.ebay.com/usr/muggyweld _________________ Please visit http://www.aws.org/technical/facts/ prior to using Muggy Weld products, and adhere to all AWS welding safety guidelines. Further product safety information is available at http://muggyweld.com/safety-guidelines. Muggy Weld LLC shall not be liable for any loss, injury, claim, liability, or damage of any kind resulting in any way from (a) your use of this Site, (b) any services or products obtained from this Site, (c) any errors in or omissions from this Site, (d) the unavailability or interruption of this Site or any features thereof, (e) any content contained on this Site. MSDS sheets available with purchase from MuggyWeld.com, upon request.
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