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  • davedarragh
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    This Is True

    Originally posted by Desertrider33 View Post
    Yeah I'm wondering what this thing is, considering he said it's going inside the house...

    Stick welding inside the house is usually not a great idea.
    However, he didn't say if the house was livable, done, under construction/de-struction, etc.........................

    This ought to be good

    Home brew, or home made something!

    Dave

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  • Desertrider33
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    Yeah I'm wondering what this thing is, considering he said it's going inside the house...

    Stick welding inside the house is usually not a great idea.

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  • davedarragh
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    Originally posted by nbyjim View Post
    I am working on a project inside of a house. There are three pipes 18"dia 1/4" thick 90" long. I will be welding them together.Once the pipe is welded,there is going to be a tank 40"dia 5' tall. I plan on doing all the welding using a dry line.I have a Dynasty 300 my question is how long can I weld before I have to stop to let the lines cool off? thank you
    What type of material? You can always use stick.

    Humm, 3 ea, 18" dia, sch 40 pipe, 90" long, 40" x 5' high tank?????

    Gotta see this when it's done

    Dave

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  • nbyjim
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    Dry lines

    Thank you for the advice.

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  • Desertrider33
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    Shouldn't be a problem then, as long as the torch is sized for the current used. When your hand gets hot, take a break.

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  • nbyjim
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    Dry lines

    No, a gas cooled torch.Thanks

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  • Desertrider33
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    Are you talking about running a water cooled tig torch without water??

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  • nbyjim
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    Dry line

    So,five minutes of welding,then let it cool for five minutes? It seems the lines get hot pretty quick.

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  • Showdog75
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    Till they get hot .

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  • nbyjim
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    Dry lines

    I am working on a project inside of a house. There are three pipes 18"dia 1/4" thick 90" long. I will be welding them together.Once the pipe is welded,there is going to be a tank 40"dia 5' tall. I plan on doing all the welding using a dry line.I have a Dynasty 300 my question is how long can I weld before I have to stop to let the lines cool off? thank you
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