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mfs

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Some stainless, out of practice it's getting better as I go. ImageUploadedByrace-deZert1374119059.605965.jpg
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Dirt Yota

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When you guys do the "loop and swoop" technique mig welding. do you pull torch so that it angled back at the puddle or push the torch? sometimes I get it to lay nice and flat and stack good, other times it builds up in the center leaves those craters in the center. trying to work on consistancy.
 

skippy

Active Member
Ive Got a Miller 180 Auto set. I am just a beginner, but what settings are you guys running to produce this type of look/quality? What should be the starting parameters?

All input is greatly appreciated!
 

atomicjoe23

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With the auto-set function you can just set it to the wire size you have and the metal thickness you are welding and then it's just a matter of getting the oscillation down. . .whether that is a whip out/whip in, zig-zag, C-whip, J-whip, etc. you can get the stack of dimes with the auto-set without a problem. I've got a Miller Autoset 211 and I can get the stack of dimes using auto-set and an oscillation.
 

LIMITLESS

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A little Dubai fab work!


 

Blitzkrieg Motorsports

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A few from around the shop. Mexi's been killin it recently





 

chace

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Last pic isn't so pretty but was a challenge to tig around the inside of the steering arm on the spindle. Weld both sides of everything!



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