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Smokeless Fire Pit made out of a 55 Gallon Drum.
Matt shows us the A to Z of a custom fire pit project. Plenty of tips, instruction, and arc shots included.
Repairing a stump grinder and fixing a bad design.
Sam does a MIG repair on a leaking truck differential cover
This is a machine that I dreamed up to sift dirt with a tractor or skidsteer.
Repairing a rusted out hydraulic tank on a mobile crane. Process used: MIG and Plasma Cutter | Material: Carbon Steel
Repairing an aluminum trailer with pulse MIG. Material Used: 4043 Aluminum | Process Used: Pulse MIG
A look at a quick welding job on a tractor rim. This entire job took about 3 hours. Process used: MIG STICK | Materials used: Carbon Steel, 7018
My Friend JD designed and cut the parts to convert a Harbor Freight Hand Truck to a very functional welder cart for a lincoln power mig 210mp
JD and Jody experiment with a used welding positioner bought off ebay.
JD had just finished up a handrail project and had a few fittings and some pipe left over. They tried some 6" schedule 80 as well as some 1-1/2" sched 40 pipe on the positioner.
1/4" thick tread plate that JD scored on a job site that was heading for the scrap yard. So he decided to build a fire pit for his helper Wyatt.
1/4" tread might be considered overkill for a fire pit but "there is no kill like overkill." Made for a fun day in the shop.