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    Here is another brand....

    Here is another brand. http://www.solarflux.com/Pages/Productinfo.html
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    How about something like this? ...

    How about something like this? http://www.superiorflux.com/stainless_steel_backup_flux.html
    I have not used this, but it's supposed to work.
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    Excellent Pulsed TIG article

    I have been experimenting welding thin wall chrome moly tubing on my Everlast 200DX using a CK 9 torch. I ran across this excellent article on Pulsed TIG. The links in the article to the pulse...
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    AWS (American Welding Society)

    Is the American Welding Society worth the money for membership? What's your opinion? Is the included Welding Journal a good magazine worthwile? My goal is keeping up on the files and learning more.
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    Preheat - educational chart

    I have been experimenting with how preheat makes welds better. There is a nice educational chart at the Tempil site. See...
  6. Thread: Best Helmet?

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    I have a 3M 9100V from Cyberwelds.com @ $242. I...

    I have a 3M 9100V from Cyberwelds.com @ $242. I was using it yesterday and was commenting to a friend how nice it was. It even has side windows and air pathways to keep your breath from fogging up...
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    PowerTig 200DX Cover

    Here is a nice cover my wife reluctantly made for my PowerTig 200DX welder. It's made from dark green "Duck Canvas" from the local JoAnn Fabrics store. I believe I paid about $10.00 for the...
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    Another good article

    http://tractors.ucdavis.edu/tombelltigtips1.pdf

    This article is also right on target and has been very helpful to me as I learn TIG welding. I have read it several times. I also think this forum...
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    My Welding Progression

    I'm 54. I started welding in 1974 on a borrowed Forney AC Buzz Box. It was very difficult to strike an arc with the Forney and keep it going. I had to lay the rod on it's side and then move to...
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