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Welding cast iron plow parts

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  • Welding cast iron plow parts

    I had a couple 50lb cast pieces for some type of farming activity today.

    One of my favorite processes is brazing, I went through 10 lbs of rod on this job.

    So whats the best way to keep the parts warm after brazing when you don't have a fancy oven.

    The answer is Welding blankets, I finished at 2:30 today, it is now 9:26 and they are still to hot to touch, after 7 hrs its hard to believe they are still to hot to touch.

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      Welding cast iron plow parts

      Buried in sand works good too!!


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        I was about to say bury them in sand or dirt but you beat me to it. I love brazing to pop in my earphones and turn up the volume and have fun. I inherited my moms hearing loss so I use earphones rather than ear plugs with ear plugs I become tottaly deaf but with my ear phones I can still hear a little of what is going on around me plus everyone knows to get in front of me to get my attention or they just call me or text me and my phones tells me someone wants to ask me something or tell me something.