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Old 12-28-2007, 11:21 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by scooteraug02
Where is the best place to learn to weld?

I was watching a show on CMT, they were fixing up a guy's dump truck and used a plasma cutter tool to cut 2" holes for round lights. The tool was fast and worked like a compass. What is that tool and what other cutting tools are available.

You weld something critical and it needs to hold up. How do you know the weld is strong or correct without beating up your project testing the weld?

Is it true a beer can can be welded if the welder is skilled?

Does grinding a weld weaken it?
Re; How do know the weld is good? Other than welds that require x-ray checks and all the other very technical stuff, have you ever tried to break an even 'ordinary' weld?
Err, I didn't check the date on this stuff. Oh well, back to my dreaming...

mysterio screwed with this post 12-28-2007 at 11:38 PM
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