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  • If you can TIG or know someone who can TIG I would make three seperate pieces, so three seperate frames out of 1" box aluminum. Should be strong and light. I would still go with wood (plywood) for the top as it can handle scuffing that would happen in transport and assembly/disassembly. ...
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  • I did make some errors in a few descriptive items. I am using "mix" gas. I am also running .030 wire.

    I did make a decent attempt at welding the 1/8 inch tubing to my frame. I had the voltage at a 30-40 rating and the wire feed slow (about a 4). I had to tac alot but once...
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  • 4dstang
    replied to You might be a weldor if....
    You might be a welder if.......

    You might be a welder if...

    You go to the doctor and find out you are 10% steel from grinding.

    You stop hitting the tanning booths. Your mig tans great!

    The guy at the steel dealer knows your first name. ...
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  • 4dstang
    started a topic Welding sheet metal with millermatic 175

    Welding sheet metal with millermatic 175

    Hey guys,
    I have just started learning to weld with wire feed. I have a millermatic 174 running argon and .30 wire. I have successfully welded metals from 1/16 to 1/4 using various voltages and wire speeds.

    My question is, What settings and wire thickness do I need to weld...
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