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Re: High tech machines

Postby MinnesotaDave » Sun Apr 09, 2017 6:19 pm

Farmwelding wrote:
exnailpounder wrote:
Farmwelding wrote:Most are just standard machines-mostly Miller and Lincoln. Some stuff requires full room or bubble purge and 200% pure argon. I know some tig welding in the industry is done remotely with a robot with no human in the room to eleiminate any extra gases or crap from getting in.

What is 200% argon? Fatfingers! :lol:

No Jeff, it was intentional. I was showing how absolutely pure the argon is that they have to use. Absolutely nothing else-more like a figure of speech

...intentional makes it worse... 8-)
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Re: High tech machines

Postby Olivero » Sun Apr 16, 2017 12:37 pm

Oh god, here we go again :lol:
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Re: High tech machines

Postby pgk » Mon Apr 17, 2017 5:48 pm

These guys: A friend of a friend has one of their smaller AC/DC PAW systems, all I know is I would have to hit the lotto to get into those power supplies. LOL
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