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  • fun4now
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    2% lanth. is all i use. works great for AC & DC, so no problems keeping them separate after the paint comes off.
    although its debated as the the true risks of thorated, i just don't see the point of risking it when lanthanated works so well.
    i'm a big fan of the lanth. try it on some aluminum you will really like it.

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  • Jetmekdc-10
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    I switched several months ago to all lanth except in .040, could'nt find it. Works good for me.

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  • SignWave
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    Im no expert on the subject and Ive got a pile of ceriated elctrodes to use up, but I do have one Lanthanated point and I kinda like it too.
    Like you siad , its seems to provide a nice stable arc and for a beginner like me, I thnk thats a good start towards understanding exactly whats happening at the puddle.

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  • tnjind
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    I finally tried the lanthanated tungsten on stainless yesterday. It sharpens easier, seems to hold the point much longer and appears to provide a more stable arc. I may not use the thoriated any more.
    I am wondering about other peoples thoughts on this.
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