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  • wow..that bike looks cool!!!

    any pictures of a metal pass on the diversion?
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  • cleaver
    replied to Diversion foot pedal problem
    Would you say that the foot is better than the finger control?...
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  • cleaver
    replied to Cutting stainless steel pipes
    Hi Russ,

    Thank you for the pictures. The machine looks like the Millwuakee one, but different color and etc. Where can you buy that product?

    Does Slugger brand sell blades inself only or only with the machine?

    Thank you.

    Regards,
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  • cleaver
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    Hi Russ,

    Thank you for your post. Would you happen to have pictures of the cuts that you made and the machine itself? I wanna see how its constructed and etc.

    Thanks again...

    Regards,
    Cleaver
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  • Oh, actually its proabably able to handle a higher amprage.

    because its a sub pannel off the main panel which is running at 60amps!

    But Ill look into it first before just to be sure, thank you for the look out.

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  • cleaver
    replied to Cutting stainless steel pipes
    Hi Everyone!!!

    I wanted to say first thank you for all the help!!! I really appreciate it very much

    Firstly, I never knew that there was a difference between a cold cut and a dry cut. I had always thought that they were the same machine just how people called it differs....
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  • That makes sense...to me atleast

    So, that should be ok if I already have a 40amp breaker hooked up. If ever, I will just upgrade to a 60amp!! Worse case!? The breaker will trip!

    Gotta sell my machine...hehe

    Or trade it in.
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  • cleaver
    replied to Cutting stainless steel pipes
    Hi Everyone,

    Thank you for your replies!!! Much help is appreciated

    Actually, my questions applies to both MY own tools and my friend's shop.

    Just for clarification, a "wet saw" is the same as a cold/dry cut saw? Reason why I asked about the...
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  • cleaver
    replied to More SS Pipe
    haha..thanks.

    I posted a new post with regards to cutting stainless steel and it is actually to helpout my friend who runs a shop. However, I myself is considering on buying a cold cut saw too.

    Oh, just a question with regards to bandsaws...can shops/companies make...
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  • Well, the 60amp breaker that is hooked up from my main service panel is a dedicated breaker that goes to my garage. So if it trips, only that sub pannel will not work.

    I have another 120v 20amp line there and also a 30amp breaker for my compressor. I can easily hook up another 220v 60amp,...
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  • Hmm...so the sycro180 drinks as much juice as the syncro200 huh? hmmm.

    Well, my breaker panel right now uses a 40amps breaker which is a sub pannel connected to my main pannel that runs a 60amp breaker.

    If I ever get a sycro180 or 200, I will most likely be only welding...
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  • cleaver
    started a topic Cutting stainless steel pipes

    Cutting stainless steel pipes

    Hello,

    I would like to get some advice with regards into helping my friend's shop.

    My friend who runs a shop does automotive modifying work like turbocharging and exhaust stuff. He uses just a rigid abrasive chop saw and a bench grinder with a wire wheel and a stone wheel....
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  • cleaver
    replied to More SS Pipe
    OOOOOoooo...Now, I get what a wraparound is.

    Thank you!

    haha..beaver, I have been called that many times in the past

    Well, to be honest, I actually already have an abrasive chop saw (dewalt), and a small band saw (vertical, but the blade broke and I dont...
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  • cleaver
    replied to More SS Pipe
    Silly question...what is a wraparound?!

    So, with regards to stainless, its better to cut with a bandsaw huh?

    How about a dry cut saw?...
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  • cleaver
    replied to More SS Pipe
    Nice welds..

    What machine do you use to cut the SS pipes??

    I would like to find a machine thats good for home use only because I might do some SS304 tubing for exhaust and car stuff, but I dont know which machine can handle the hard SS..

    thank you.
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