<VV> Re: learning to weld
Dave Morris "BigD"
BigD at DaveMorris.com
Sun Mar 20 11:35:41 EST 2005
Man, you guys generate a ton of e-mails to this list. I can't find any
previous message entitled "Learning to Weld", nor can I figure out what
product "I could make one" refers to.
All I know is that after taking a welding class at a community college, I'm
glad I didn't buy a MIG welder and got an oxyacetylene torch instead. I
also discovered that Richard Finch's book on welding is more useful than
the $150 college textbook they required us to buy for the class.
At 10:07 AM 3/20/2005, you wrote:
>If Corsa would assist with production costs, I could make one. (This would
>be nominal) We could sell it to members for a nominal fee as a fund raiser
>for the club and use the proceeds to offset membership fees.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: ACEWBANK at aol.com
> To: stapon1 at earthlink.net
> Sent: Saturday, March 19, 2005 9:28 AM
> Subject: Re: learning to weld
> Yes, thank you. I bought a Hobart 140 yesterday, before I got your
> e-mail. It was only 418.00 and since I plan to do only steel it seemed
> like the way to start. I'm worried that I'll electrocute myself or fry my
> eyes but otherwise I'm ready to start practicing today. I wish there was
> a video that showed the MIG welding process.
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