Originally Posted by Scotty1
Do you have your Gas turned on?
Had the same problem today with my 250ex(had a welding break and fogot to turn gas back on) Bugger
Burnt out my gaslens etc.
I'm looking for a second opinion. We bought used warehouse racking from http://warehousewi.com/products/ . After couple small accidents we need to repair some fixtures, few uprights and other stuff. Is it dangerous just fix it subhire a qualified welder or we need to buy new parts to replace it?
Updated 06-29-2015 at 04:05 PM by Nius
Originally Posted by Winky
Rod ... I wish I could take credit for the black one with gold ... it was done by JP2CODE I did all the others ... (go to the gallery to see them) they are pretty easy. I take 22 gage sheet metal cut two circles then slit them into the center about 3/4 of the way in ... lay the circles on top of each other drill a hole ... peen a piece of 1/8" round stock insert then weld the top and bottom ... bend the petals up and shape them ... cut out the leaves ... weld it all together ... bend to shape
Originally Posted by compression
I recently purchased a 200DX for home/hobby use. Immediately upon opening it, I took one look at the foot pedal and knew it was the weakest link. Oleg assured me they had upgraded pedal available for the 200dx, made by a company called SSC Controls. After about 2 hours on the machine, the pedal malfunctioned, so I had to take it apart and found the rubber belt was off track and this made the action very stiff and imprecise. Overall, the pedal was just not going to cut it.
Poking around the site, i notice that there are also blogs on the forum site.
So, i guess everlast sets up it's members with their own blogs as well as forum handle, and gallery album. pretty sweet i guess.
So does this give users the forum to ramble out a constant stream of consciousness for the rest of the forum members to see and comment on? Or are there rules and 'preferred content' regarding blog posts and entries?
Updated 02-08-2012 at 06:13 AM by Spike