Great Tips for Welding Sheet Metal with the TIG 200 AC/DC Welder! Eastwood

Great Tips for Welding Sheet Metal with the TIG 200 AC/DC Welder! Eastwood

16 thoughts on “Great Tips for Welding Sheet Metal with the TIG 200 AC/DC Welder! Eastwood

  1. Thanks for the video. For future reference, when you're trying to show your welds to the camera, set the piece down and let the camera come in. When you hold it, it shakes around and is hard to look closely at the weld.

  2. i just saw your video and was wondering can that adapter work on older welder or does it have to be that welder? Where can i get an adapter like that one in the video?

  3. If you know what you're doing with thicker filler rods, you can actually use the rod as a heat sink and slide some metal off it and into the pool.  I'd have to show you, hehe.

  4. These are awesome videos. It has really help my understanding of the finer point of welding. I love the production value of the series, and your professional presentation. Keep it up.

  5. I love how he is trying to show us what not to do and what that what the end result will look like. Though you can tell it’s bothering him that it is not a prefect weld. That really speaks to his professionalism. Sometimes messing up on purpose is painful when you know you can do it perfect.

  6. I would like to give you guys some advice if you don't mind. Just from a regular YouTube watcher. I really like your videos and what you bring to the table by bringing us a lot of information and how to's. But, I think it would improve your content if you guys relaxed a little bit, you seem a little stiff compared to some other content creators. Don't be afraid to be yourselves, we are practically in the shop lol. Thanks again for the awesome content!

  7. I relialize this isn't live anymore, but I'm curious about two things.1. you're working on a huge  bench that works as a heat sync, as well as trapping the argon between the bench and the material. right?  2. using the Camaro as an example.  welding in the quarter panel, How does a person address warping when your arms aren't long enough to get a dolly behind the weld to hammer against?

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