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    Just got a new Hobart 165, which is the same exact machine as the Diversion 165, to learn TIG. Fun for the whole family, my son and wife giving it a try.
    Last edited by johngo1; 02-12-2011, 05:34 PM.

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    It is nice to see you training your son and also setting him up with the proper safety equipment! I salute you for passing on the torch!


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      how old is your son? I have 2 sons, wanna give them a try but I think they still too young. the big one is just 6years old.


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        My son is 9 now, but he was playing with MIG at about 7. He built a little toy tank out of some scrap metal.


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          Is that a drivers suit Olga is wearing?? It's a good use for old suits except I can't zip any of my old Nomex suits. (They shrink you know....)
          Miller Diversion 165
          1966 Bridgeport Mill
          Leblond 15x 35 Regal Servoshift lathe
          Solberga SE 1425 Drill Press
          Bigass Bandsaw
          Hydraulic press
          small surface grinder
          Belt sander
          Tons of grinders and hand tools
          Knife edge Balancing rollers
          Heat and AC in the garage

          Jags and racing Triumphs