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PRICES EXCLUDE TAX - SOME DELIVERY DELAYS ARE EXPECTED FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME
PRICES EXCLUDE TAX - SOME DELIVERY DELAYS ARE EXPECTED FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME

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  • The Theory of a MIG weld on A Vehicle
    February 14, 2021 paul jones

    How to MIG weld on a car!

    The Theory of how to MIG weld correctly on a vehicle - When you arc up with a MIG torch onto a piece of metal, due to the heat involved, a weld pool is formed. This molten liquid forms the shape of a circle ( if the torch isn't moved) and will grow in size the longer you stay there. This we call a weld "pool"
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  • Fronius TIG Torches, Which Torch Does what?
    January 14, 2021 paul jones

    TIG Torches: What are the Differences and Which Torch does What?

    If you google for TIG welding torches, one thing soon becomes clear: There’s an almost infinite choice. From the torch bodies, through all the various types of TIG gas nozzle, to the wide range of handles. But what exactly are the differences between all these TIG torches, and what does each one do?
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  • What is an Inverter MIG Welder?
    January 3, 2021 paul jones

    What is an Inverter MIG Welder?

    An Inverter MIG welder is an electronic piece of equipment that converts AC Input to a stable DC Output.  A wire feed motor with a continuous welding wire is connected to this output via a welding torch,  to enable consistent blowing of the wire when shorted to the workpiece.
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  • How To Stop Splash Out When Spot Welding
    December 28, 2020 paul jones

    How to stop splash out when spot welding!

    Splash out can be a common occurrence when spot welding vehicles and every technician I know always turns his head when welding to avoid the sparks that shoot out from the joint. It doesn't have to be like this though,...

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  • BS1140 Spot welding Test Sample
    December 23, 2020 paul jones

    BS 1140 Spot Welding Test -Whats Involved?

    The BS 1140:1993 Specification for resistance spot welding of uncoated and coated low carbon steel specifies a testing procedure for coated materials and is particularly applicable to the vehicle body repair industry.
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