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  • Burnindaylight
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    very nice, looking forward to finish pics

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  • Propulsion
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    Thanks Dean1124, filler wire was ER80S-D2, 0.093" Dia. I had the pulser on for about the first 2 inches of weld and then turned it off. When I did have it on the settings were as follows: PPS. 500, Peak T 40, BKGND A 25.

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  • Dean1124
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    Nice Job!

    What was your filler rod? ER70s-2? 5/32"?

    I am assuming you used the pulser. How many PPS' were you using?

    Again, nice hand work. I wish I was that steady.

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  • Propulsion
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    I need one more saturday and it will be finished, will send pics when press is completed.

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  • monte55
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    Press?........what did I miss?

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  • Graham08
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    Nice press! Any pics of the finished product? Looks like it will beat the heck out of one from Harbor Freight!

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  • Propulsion
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    Thanks everyone for the feed back. Sorry but I have plans to put the Dynasty 300 in my race boat hauler but thanks anyway for the offer.
    The hydraulic press I am making is for the truck as well.

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  • youngwelder_154
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    B-E-Autiful welds you got there Propulsion hey if ya get that 700 I can take your other one off your hands pretty quick

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  • Wheelchair
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    Excellent looking welds.


    Wheelchair

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  • monte55
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    Schweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!

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  • MintSScout
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    That be purdy.

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  • Propulsion
    started a topic Carbon Steel Pics.

    Carbon Steel Pics.

    The following Pics are of a hydraulic press part that I made out of 5/8" thk 1020 carbon steel plate. The Dynasty 300 was at almost 100 percent duty cycle using a HW-18 torch on this part. Just looking for a reason to upgrade to a 700.
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