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  • #16
    Re: a few welding works

    @bugel pansin ko lang ang ganda ng miter cuts mo sa square tubing. straight from the chopsaw ba tama na yung angle nya and ready for welding? kakabili ko lang kasi ng chopsaw and hindi tama yung angle pag cut.

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    • #17
      Re: a few welding works

      [QUOTE=miked;39602]
      Originally posted by bugel View Post
      storage room steel door

      walang hamba..kaya square tube na lang din ang ginamit ko para maikabit lang ang pinto..

      [IMG][URL=http://s1272.photobucket.com/user/bugeloo/media/Shop%20work/image_zpsefcf13fa.jpg.html]

      sir, baka mapasok pa rin yan kahit nakakandado dahil nasa labas yung hinge. pwedeng luwagan from the outside.
      Yes bro miked it can..but they need to removed the weld that i put in every tip of the bolt..tagusan bro yung bolt sa frame..sa dulo ng bawat bolt may spot weld.

      Uumagahin na sila jan bago nila matangal yun..

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      • #18
        Re: a few welding works

        Originally posted by crazyboi_6 View Post
        @bugel pansin ko lang ang ganda ng miter cuts mo sa square tubing. straight from the chopsaw ba tama na yung angle nya and ready for welding? kakabili ko lang kasi ng chopsaw and hindi tama yung angle pag cut.
        I do not have chop saw when i made that project bro..old school lagare style pa ang ginamit kong pang putol sa square tube..

        Regarding your chop saw..don't trust the angle indicator that comes in your machine..
        It's a near rough estimation lang yun bro..always use square when setting your angle for accurate cuts..

        Yung sakin kasi nilagyan ko ng marker..para mabilis ang pag aadjust.

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        • #19
          Re: a few welding works

          problema ko hindi pantay yung table ng chopsaw. pati yung fence sablay. pero magagawan naman ng paraan. dagdag trabaho lang.

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          • #20
            Re: a few welding works

            my DIY hacksaw frame..

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            made out of scrap 16mm round bar,1/2 and 3/4 GI pipe , nut and bolt for adjustment knob..

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            • #21
              Re: a few welding works

              not much of melting metal..but still related.

              made some painting and modifications in my old ac welder..

              i add power outlet for for easy access in power..

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              paint the background silver and i put sticker in ampere indicator to enhance visibility when adjusting amperage.

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              i don't want the cable messing in my machine so i add a cable reel..

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              • #22
                Re: a few welding works

                the plastic cover in power line has been damage so i replaced it with g.i. sheet.
                and detachable power line..ayoko kasing nakakalat ang cable.

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                power line cover..

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                and here's the cable hook that i made out of flat and round bar..

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                • #23
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                  drill a hole..insert the round bar..

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                  and weld it from behind..

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                  i made 8 pcs of these..then bolt it to the welders body.(side by side)

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                  • #24
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                    old pic of my bulky machine in action while im making my oven rack..

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                    • #25
                      Re: a few welding works

                      Originally posted by bugel View Post
                      my DIY hacksaw frame..

                      [IMG][/IMG]

                      made out of scrap 16mm round bar,1/2 and 3/4 GI pipe , nut and bolt for adjustment knob..

                      [IMG][/IMG]
                      Galing sir, mukhang matibay pa ito kesa sa nasa mga store

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                      • #26
                        Re: a few welding works

                        bro Jadama..

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by bugel View Post
                          Re: a few welding works

                          bro crazyboi_6,

                          i used 3/32 nihonweld 6013 rod..DCEN.Set my yamato inverter to 100 amps..
                          medyo over amps to kasi manipis lang yung pipe..but if you have good control
                          in arc ganyan ang result..one bead at a time lang ang pag apply ng weld..
                          parang isinasawsaw mo lang yung rod sa toe ng previous bead mo..

                          pag 80 amps lang kasi nakabukol yung weld beads..see pics below i started it with
                          80 amps then i adjust to 100 amps..see the difference as i run the weld through my
                          workpiece..

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                          Sir bugel, 3/32 nihonweld 6013 special ba or just an ordinary 3/32 nihonweld 6013? Matagal ko na kasing binabasa ang mga post mo at pinagaaralan kung paano makukuha ang ganyang weld bead. Meron akong gnagamit na 3/32 Chinese brand rod, I don't know if this matters. Ito yung rod, the label says J38 12E6013

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                          • #28
                            Hi tracykirilenko47..pag 3/32 ang rod diameter special na kung tawagin namin eh..maganda kasi gamitin yan sa mga maninipis na hinangin dahil nga mas maliit compare sa common na 1/8 welding rod..

                            doesnt matter kung anung brand basta 3/32 ang size..kaya lang nihon weld brand ang ginagamit ko yan kasi ang laging available sa storevna binibilhan ko..

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by bugel View Post
                              Hi tracykirilenko47..pag 3/32 ang rod diameter special na kung tawagin namin eh..maganda kasi gamitin yan sa mga maninipis na hinangin dahil nga mas maliit compare sa common na 1/8 welding rod..

                              doesnt matter kung anung brand basta 3/32 ang size..kaya lang nihon weld brand ang ginagamit ko yan kasi ang laging available sa storevna binibilhan ko..
                              Thanks sir bugel. Practice lang siguro kailangan ko at knowledge sa rules ng stick welding (current setting, length of arc, angle of eletrode, manipulation of electrode, speed of travel or C-L-A-M-S kung tawagin sa miller welding)
                              Last edited by tracykirilenko47; 12-09-2016, 07:57 AM.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by bugel View Post
                                Hi tracykirilenko47..pag 3/32 ang rod diameter special na kung tawagin namin eh..maganda kasi gamitin yan sa mga maninipis na hinangin dahil nga mas maliit compare sa common na 1/8 welding rod..

                                doesnt matter kung anung brand basta 3/32 ang size..kaya lang nihon weld brand ang ginagamit ko yan kasi ang laging available sa storevna binibilhan ko..
                                Thanks sir bugel. Practice lang siguro kailangan ko at knowledge sa rules ng stick welding (current setting, length of arc, angle of eletrode, manipulation of electrode, speed of travel or C-L-A-M-S kung tawagin sa miller welding)

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