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MMW
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Last Activity: 07-02-2020, 05:56 AM
Joined: 09-08-2005
Location: northern NJ
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  • MMW
    replied to I need some help please
    Do you still have the old screen to compare to the new one? Is it exactly the same? A change in the screens pattern will affect flow and velocity. Have you tried putting the old screen back in? That is where I would start and maybe buy another screen just to try and see if it makes any difference....
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  • Both good answers....
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  • MMW
    replied to Crazy "growths" when I weld sometime
    All good answers to play around with. Also sometimes you are sealing up a cavity and it builds pressure from the inside and bubbles out. Also if to hot and you are burning through you pull in contaminates from the backside. Could be any of the already given answers. Possibly a gun angle issue too,...
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  • MMW
    replied to welding business advice
    As far as payments I take cash or checks. I do have one customer who does direct deposits into my account but that is rare.

    No contracts just verbal. I do have some customers who send purchase orders that I have to acknowledge and abide by their terms.

    Deposits, if you do...
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  • MMW
    replied to welding business advice
    In my opinion. It really all depends on the client of each job. I do work for individuals, small businesses and townships. I am lucky enough that I don't run my business on a shoe string so I can wait to get paid. You should have a pool of money or line of credit to pull from while waiting for payments....
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    Last edited by MMW; 06-28-2020, 06:00 AM.

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  • I would skip the pulse and weld them up. 75/25 is fine. Your machine is plenty for 1/4" plate if used properly by someone that knows what they are doing.
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  • MMW
    replied to Flatten A Table???
    Depending on the type of work you will be using the table for would probably dictate what you do. If doing heavy work then a 1/2" table won't stay flat very long so it would not be worth it to straighten in my opinion. If you do light fabricating and layout work then maybe shim the low spots...
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  • MMW
    replied to Case loader heater core housing
    Should of taken in between pics but here is the finished piece before paint. Several cut outs, holes, a few studs and some weld nuts. Making the box wasn't to bad it was all the hardware, holes, windows, etc. that really add time onto it.



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  • MMW
    started a topic Case loader heater core housing

    Case loader heater core housing

    Heater core was leaking a long time and when they pulled it apart the housing was pretty rotted. They were able to get all the parts except the bottom part of the housing. So I had to fabricate a new one by copying the old one.


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  • MMW
    replied to Log splitter beam
    Was down at his yard Wednesday. Still loves his beam. He splits 10-12 footers, then one of his guys just cuts them with a chainsaw.





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