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Larry Cottrill wrote:Naturally, the most difficult part is welding between the tailpipe / intake tubing [maybe .6 or .7 mm thick] and the chamber rear dome [who knows? - maybe .2 mm - thinner than a manila folder, anyway]. I don't know if something like the Henrob torch would make it easier, or maybe the TIG guys would have a better time of it.
A Miller Maxstar 200 DX, I am truly jealous!
I have spent a good deal of time on their web site and I have the drool marks on my keyboard to prove it.
The DX is way out of my price range, so lately I started reading up on the MAXSTAR 150 STH. Basically it's the little brother of the 200 DX, but it still has some HF and Pulse capabilities. Realistically, I canâ€™t justify buying one of them either, but it sure is fun to look.
I think a presentation on Construction Dos and Donâ€™ts would be a great idea and very beneficial for those of us just gearing up to build. This would also be another of those nice things to have recorded, assuming that you are not too camera shy.
Mike Everman wrote:I'll enjoy that too. Bruno, I'll have a projector, so if you want to present something, bring it on a CD or send it to me...
Ben wrote:I'm sure we can rustle up a patch of dirt and a stick. The grapes must be growing on something.
Mike Everman wrote:I'll check around for a big whiteboard.
Bruno Ogorelec wrote:Mike Everman wrote:I'll check around for a big whiteboard.
Aw, come on, Mike; you have your hands full as it is. Don't bother, please. We'll manage. It's not as if we'll do presentations on the special theory of relativity. If you try to do too much you ruin the thing for yourself while we others have a whale of a time. It's a failure if you don't have great time, too.
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