How to Arc Weld
Sir; your videos are so well done and clear that you should be given an award for Teaching. You're one of the best on YouTube. Thank you.
why didnt you connect the two transformers in series to bumb up the voltage?
Maybe 2 transformators ?
Please test this for us. What if you switched input voltage to secondary ?
The AC current requires AC sticks. They help keep the arc ignited during polarity change.60 amps is enough to weld thin stuff, so I think your issue is either the stick or that when the current starts to flow more you have greater back EMF.On the secondary side, adding an inductor, then full bridge rectifier with choke on the DC side may fix this. Seehttps://images.app.goo.gl/6BPtShjwU9Ljg5M96
For a home made version I found with a diagram that uses this technique.
I think you need a higher voltage
hii one video shoot for (function generator connected to transformer)
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Why not just reverse. Hook up main to second voltage ant make original input the output.
you need 2 transformes to weld steel..
Dont use Aluminium ??
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Не русский 100%, вот прям точно не русский, ага…
3:22 we are going to make a SHUNT (any electroboom viewers?)
My wife was upset she didn't get my life insurance when I discharged the cap
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So… are doing some crap?
AC is terrible for welding, use DC
2:45 s l o w l y a n d c a r e f u l l y
Думал, чел реально с одного транса сварочный соберёт. А вышло шляпа(((
Dumb engineers be like O MAI GAWD ITS THE CURRENT DAT KILLS NOT DA VOLTAGE!!11!!1!1!1111!!!!!!
Please stop being a moron
Do you use a smaller wire I used smaller wire made one use two transformers together in parallel and my welder works just fine it will will quarter-inch steel you're using too thick of a wire and you're not getting enough windings
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Wait, what do you mean it is safe to touch???
I love your videos but DUUUUUUDE! DON'T FUCK WITH MAGNETRONS! they contain some naaaasty shit like beryllium (can't remember if pure or in a compound but I do remember that they are super crazy carcinogenic and toxic). Please be safe, you're too valuable to the world.
Use 2 car batterys connected in series or parralel honestly cant remember and u will be able to weld
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Great Scott please tell me what you studied in college? What is the course called? I want to know all the things you know!!!
But why you didn't first tried to flip the transformer. So to that on secondary side you put mains voltage (230v) and on primary you must get around 27 volt.
Or Evan a brush HAHAHA !!! 🙂
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Why did you replace the secondary? If you replaced the primary and ran 230vAC through the secondary, wouldn't the turn ratio be higher and thus more current?
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Need about 30 volts….or so
What I need is a weld, just so happen to have a MICROWAVE around!
spam you can step up voltage not current
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You need to have the new coils rapped as tight as possible
Does anyone know why my transformer heats up even without any load on a secondary side? What resistance suppose to be on a primary winding?
I’m a little late to the game.
Welder here. Stick welding needs about 34 volts to work properly.
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You tried arc welding with high current whereas high current is for resistance welding. (And high voltage for arc welding)
For aluminum use DC voltage not AC
Good tried , at least I don't have to repeat what you have done, thank
Try to use 2 transformers in series with 35mm wire, you should be able to get the desired voltage and current for the welding!
Dear Scott: You mentioned that the output voltage of the 2nd design is about 8 volts. My late husband was an auto mechanic and in his shop the arc welders ran around 24 volts. I am suggesting a 24v design. Hope this helps.
Try to use 2-4 microwave transformer
is the microwave RCA? its more powerful transformers
You schould try dc voltage
check out king of random's video about making an arc welder
The aluminium electrode you were using is a you filler rod. Make sure you have the father around the right way.If you are stick welding. That's what you called the pencil electrode you you need DCEP. ELECTODE POSOTIVE aswell as an argon gas. The stick electrode is made for steel not aluminium. The filler rod is made for welding alaumoniu. At a DCEP. WITH a argon gas shield. .
True. Transformers are great if you want to transfer high voltage and low current into low voltage and high current, but voltage ranging 35-45v and DC power is necessary for proper welding. We all make mistakes. But we must realize it, and next time we don't make them.
If the resistance is constant, higher voltage means thinner wires, aka less current flow; low voltage means thicker wires, aka high current flow. Welding is based on making the metal plates we weld have bigger resistance, than the transformer itself. Bigger resistance will automatically result in heat generation, and we successfully weld plates.
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Music in the background ?
Hello sir,Sir, will definitely give this 220-volt AC how it can run in this direction, it does not burn
But people it is obvious, the DC is always used in welding. Simply. The AC has got 50/60 herz in it and this kind of current is made to flow through environment that has large resistance with small amounts of heat generated.
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The courrent is AC For soldering the better courrent is dc courrent. You can convert ac from dc with a big diode bridge, (Over 100 A) and reapeat that experiment
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It was great you tried it.
You will need two microwave transformer and you will need to use one long wire and wind it up and connect it together.
Hai usato una moneta europea,You used a eupe's Money,
"Capaciturrrrrr"Never gets old
Is it safe to short the secondary like that?
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Two years later, I dare giving my 2 cents:Aluminium oxidize so fast in 20% concentration that it is impossible to do.If you apply enough heat to melt it, then it burns violently, like clearly seen with thermite.Using an oxygen concentrator, I was able to burn aluminium cans… But only by moving the source of oxygen constantly.When a bright and hot part of the can start burning, the aluminium oxide layers blocks further burning.Argon is the friend of aluminium welders. Helium is too light and cold.
28V TO 36V FOR WELDING
i'm wondering if are you can explain how works an high frecuency arc stabilizer for tig weld proces
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0:59 Geht ja gut los! Torx mit Kreuzbit rausgedreht xD
Very rare video of failures. That saves a ton of time for others who want to do the same. And this is a valuable lesson. Thanks for posting.
Are you sure you cut the secondary and not the primary ? Usually the primary contains more turns than the secondary: V1/V2=n1/n2.
Three car batteries in series will work as a great welder
Ahaha 110wolt ???220wolt ⚡⚡⚡
youre stupid mate. Microwave transformer is a high current transformer. not becomes.. fuck off
People who build these usually run multiple MOTs in series.
Using a Soldering iron would work to 🙂 you don’t need welds. Cause they way more dangerous
You should've wound the two transformers in parallel and should be getting a current between 80 amps to 180 at least
Er ist halt elektroniker und kein mechaniker
Use Secondary winding as Primary winding for higher Current
Why you dont use a "Starkstrom" transformator (i dont know the english word)
I'm a bit late to the punch, but you can wire two car batteries in series. Use that trick on the trails to weld broken axles. Works pretty darn good
Nah, no te entendí ni mergas :v
Title is wrong, it's NOT hacked, however a valiant effort!
Destroyer 101% ?
Wow seria genial que estuvieras los subtitulos en español
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