Learn the Basics of TIG Welding & Understand Common Mistakes – A Live Demonstration from Eastwood

Learn the Basics of TIG Welding & Understand Common Mistakes – A Live Demonstration from Eastwood

yeah questions for you guys also if you want
to win some free stuff we have our take 200 gasps lens kit here
which we’re going to show you a few seconds we’re going to be giving two of
those away so what I want to see I want to see what
you guys are welding at home so post the photo of what you’re working on in the
comments and i’m going to go through and pick my two favorites at the end it could be anything from a house
project to a hot rod to a piece of art be creative and i’m going to do my best
to look through them and pick my favor so let’s get started so what I’m using
today is the East would take 200 AC DC machine this is kind of our workhorse machine it
is 200 amps as the model name sounds like it works on 110 or 220 volt you can
switch this over between the two of them and it recognizes it internally today I’m going to be mainly to show you
gotta be you guys basics on techniques we’re going to do just steal this
machine does do aluminum but today we’re going to be on the DC side doing just
steal so now we should do the machine here i’ll go over and show you guys how
I have my torch setup and some of that stuff that could be helpful for you so this is our standard torch that comes
with the TIG 200 is a put it down here so you can see it’s our WP 17 torch it’s a nice mid-range torch that is good
up to anywhere from a hundred fifty to a hundred and seventy amps continuous use
but it can handle up to 200 camps for you know short short bursts now the thing that’s a little different
here than what you may see on a standard torch if you got just our normal machine
is the gas lens set up so this gas line set up here we offer a
little kit to convert your torch over with the parts for both both 116th and 3
30 seconds sighs why is the gas lens so great well it gives you better gas
distribution over the piece and I’m going to show you guys the difference
between it now we also if you guys don’t want to try your luck at winning and we don’t have a great project you
think that I’m going to like on the homepage we’ve got these on a daily deal special
so go to eastwood.com right there on the homepage you can click on it you can get
yourself a kit so you can upgrade your torch and get yourself land some real
nice welds so here’s the the difference the main
big difference is I own thread this here this is what I would call a standard set
up this is right here the guests lens you can see that there
is a mesh like a stainless screen around it in the college body that’s where I guess is coming out so
what that does that puts enough a puffer gasps that’s going to or a cloud of gas
that’s going to cover your work area pretty nicely the standard one they been around since
the beginning of time for as far as to wedding goes pretty much is this style
this collar body has a couple of little holes drilled which you may see here
what that does is when the guest comes out it threads over here and it’s
actually hidden in the in the cup and that comes out it’s going to hit the
walls of the of the guests cup and it’s going to bounce around and eventually
come out what happens there is it gets a little turbulent and you can also be not
as efficient so you have to turn your gas up so the guests lens you can
ideally use less guess and you get a better coverage of gas so that you can
actually stick your electrode or tungsten out further and getting some
tight areas so that’s a difference in them the
guests cup obviously is quite a bit larger so we thread this in here you can
see the difference in and the area or the diameter and that of what’s going to
be coming out with gas this is handy for any type of welding it
doesn’t matter if you’re just doing a mild steel or you’re doing titanium this is this is pretty pretty necessary
item once you get yourself comfortable with welding with a TIG these things are
pretty much will last a lifetime they’re not consumed double as long as you don’t a drop it
and shatter the cup or be if you start welding something that’s kind of dirty
your your weld puddle may pop back on you and you’ll get little tiny pebbles
inside that stainless screen that will stick on they do not come off if you try to pick
them off you’re just going to rip rip the screen and you kind of ruined it so
what I usually do is all i’ll use them so I start seeing a couple little
pebbles on there and then i’ll actually get it get a new one out there once they
noticed a decrease in my guest coverage but if you well nice clean metal and you
don’t drop it these things could potentially last the
lifetime of the as long as you want but usually end up killing him when i weld
something that’s you know I think clean quite as well so speaking of cleaning I got a couple
pieces here that we’re going to actually show you guys under the helmet welding
i’m going to talk about cleaning and setting my torch up first and then we’ll
get into actually doing some welding and will take a couple of your questions so
don’t forget to to ask any kind of questions you may have about TIG i’ll do
my best to answer them and hopefully help you guys out so cleaning the matter how do i clean
the metal with TIG welding the way I described to everybody because they
would say hey I heard with TIG welding it’s got to be pretty clean and the answer is yes what I say is
ideally it needs to be surgically clean the queen of your metal is the Queen
your weld is going to be I know it’s a pain in the butt to clean
your metal and spend all that time but it’s really really going to help your
weld in the end and it’s going to give you better results overall so what I have here is I have a couple
pieces that I got ready so this is just a standard piece of like eight inch
steel here this is a actually cold rolled so when you have hot rolled steel will
be little be like a a mill scale which actually are welding table here has on
it if you can see it has this gray more of a dark grey tone to it that’s like
the mill scale it’s pickled in oiled that’s a coating
it keeps it from corroding this is cold rolled so it doesn’t have that coating
on it but it still has a oil and a little bit
of a film on it from the from the mill that keeps it from rusting if we were using a MIG welder sure we
could throw this down lay well it would burn it off it really wouldn’t be an
issue if I try and well this just as is with the tick what it’s going to do is
it’s going to burn up all those oils and and contaminants and even the
microscopic corrosion off of the surface you’ll start seeing a like a brown halo
around your weld or even black if you start seeing that on your welding
then you know that uh you need to clean the metal a little better where you have
a gas issue so what I do is I start by and save you
guys watching me grind for ages I’ve already prepped these ahead of time so i
use is one of these little little die grinders that we offer you know a lot of
guys problem in your box and I put one of these little 36 grit sanding discs on
there and I buzzed over my part if i’m doing sheet metal or something that’s
then i probably won’t go this aggressive i might use a DA sander something but
for what we’re doing today I buzzed over it with this 36 grit got
all the contaminants off got it down the bare metal so put it here so you can see the
difference in the two of them so this part here is just about ready –
well I prep this up probably about an hour ago one thing you want to keep in mind in a
mistake I see a lot of people make is that the Queen apart pretty good and say
they start working on it and then a weave for a couple days and you come
back to work on your project again and start welding what you really need to do
is clean the part before you start taking welding again even if it doesn’t
really look like there’s any visible surface rust there could be corrosion it’s that
started on the piece or contaminants have gotten in the metal that may cause
a dirty well so i always like to do is I keep these little scuff pads I’ll call more scotch brake pads I like
to keep those around so oh man our ipads talking to us and that so we got our iPad over there for
answering questions apparently i said something that liked
and it started out and started talking to me anyways scuff pads I like to keep these these
red or green stuff pads around and I prep it with our pre llovio see this is
like a paint prep but it’s also really good for using for cleaning panels
before you weld now the one thing i want to stress is do not use anything but
straight acetone or are low v OC pre-painting prep either of those are
acceptable to use to use our standard pre or even like brake clean or
something like that what it does is it creates your own
mustard gas nasty stuff so if you spray break clean
or something like that on a part wipe it all down and then go to weld
even though it may seem clean it leaves a residue on the surface that when you
weld actually burns it off creates a gas which goes on to your helmet and it’s
basically mustard gas to give your shortness of breath you’re going to get
lightheaded it’s not a good feeling especially in
your wedding it’s not going to help your world no matter what you do so i take this pre like this and are low
v OC pre evaporates pretty quick so what I do is I usually spray it on dr.
scotch-brite pad and I’ll go over my area where I’m going to be welding with
the scotch-brite just one one final time here and I’m trying to get in there
where that where we’re going to be welding on that overlapped area so
because nice thing is this stuff evaporates really quick so if couple
minutes from talking this is going to be fully evaporated and ready – well I’ll
do this one too while we’re at it so you can use the scotch-brite another
thing that you can do oh I use a lot on aluminum is you can
take a wire brush probably a stainless wire brush and you
can go over the part hit with the wire brush it will take off any little bit of
corrosion or or imperfections in the metal or not imperfections any dirt or
anything they’ve gotten in the metal tip get yourself to stainless brushes or
three potentially why you want to have a different stainless brush for every type
of material you are using i usually right on the side of its steel aluminum
stainless whatever i’ll write it right on the wire brush so if you want to write women them on
here the reason you want to do that is between electrode is a III or purple
band electrode that we offer our website here they’re probably one of my favorites
being that you can well any material with them previous times you have to buy it
separately electrode for a woman on three of the purple band one you can
weld any type of material with it which makes it nice and i’ll have to keep them
all separated and all you really need is just too different diameters so well
we’re welding 8 inch steel today I’m using a 116th because i want to keep a
nice tight well dark or puddle and i’m going to try
and keep my weld from eating away at the top edge of this i want to show you guys
a little bit of puddle control so I’m using a smaller one with hopes
116 filler rod this is your 70s it’s pretty much the standard welding
rod you’ll use for mild steel so the way i set this up and i’ll try
and put this down here so you guys can see the detail so you guys are setting up your your
electrode or tungsten here a quick way for setup for anybody it’s a
beginner that that is having trouble figuring out how long to leave this
there’s a bunch of formulas out there you can use that you know you multiply
the thickness of what of the diameter of this and you can get your settings on
here what I like to do to just get my self real quick when I was starting out
i push it in so that it’s just past the area where its grounds leave just a
little bit past that that’s a good starting point to get you
where you need to be or at least in the range now if you’re welding something
metal that you’re going to want we’re going to be standing on their get
yourself clothes and then from there you can we lock your wrists in and get
yourself a a a nice height while you’re welcome so we got electrode set up here we have
our pieces prepped for those fart so what I’m going to do is I’m going to
get we get my gloves and my helmet all set up and have the camera guy walk
around here behind me and we have a special welding lens for the camera that
he’s going to flip over right before we’re going to weld so you guys can actually see what i see
under the helmet and I can hope we give you guys some examples of things that
shorter shouldn’t be doing so well he’s wandering around here doing that let me
take a question or two are on the ipad see you guys have to say let’s sit down
on my handy chair here so let’s see a handful of comments I could see myself using the ipad that’s
pretty cool let’s see lots of people saying I new
sound hopefully everybody’s got this down figured out if you tap on the video
it should give you some sound that way if you’re gonna be in a quiet place and
you want to sound right away so we have any questions yet so we said I love you that’s very nice of them you don’t know
me yet though don’t forget i want to see pictures of what you guys are welding you got anything you’re working on
whether it’s a car whether it’s an art project anything post up a photo of it I’m going to pick
my favorites the end we’re going to give away one of these take 200 all right one
of these gas lens kit so fit we take 200 for any torch that’s similar
size is the wp 17 I know another thing i’m using here
actually will show you that after we’re done run in a puddle here shit different
pedals so i got my pedal set at about a hundred and about a hundred 1460 amps
max you can set your pedal kind of wherever you wherever you like it as
long as it melts the metal correctly so I like to set it so that my pedal we’re
not when it’s in what I would call the sweet spot is about just a little over
half half way down why I like that it’s so I have a little
bit extra so i can i can a i can use the pedal a little bit to get a little more
amperage if I need to where I plenty of room in the back off of the people part
starting to get too hot or I’m afraid I’m going to burn a hole in it I have plenty of room to back off if you
have a machine that has a pole setting or you can ramp up the amperage you can
kind of set all that up ahead of time if you know your welding but for mortals
like us that don’t have that setup you can just simply pump your pedal that’s your pulse setting so my helmet on here are my gloves that
a piece set up and my torch so we’re doing a little lap joint here I
like to throw my my torch lead either over my lap or over my shoulder that’s another thing i see beginners
make the mistake of you have this whole entire hose just hanging off of your arm it gets heavy real quick and can make
your uh it can make you move your arm how you don’t want to you want to be
pretty precise so set this in just a little bit my finger on sit up here alright so another thing I like to do is
just take a test run across make sure your hands steady you can reach where
you need the reach get across the piece we’re just working on the table here so
it’s pretty simple I i use my table I always grind it
smooth and i like to use my table as a guide so I can slide my hand across it makes
for somebody with shaking hands like myself it makes a world of difference so all right you guys ready to do a
close up shot here so i’m going to try and move my head enough a little out of
position here so you guys can see what’s happening so when you strike York and start seeing
the metal get a little wet this way the car we could see the puddle
more throttle give it now they saw a puddle start i can add filler rod add
filler rod so what you want to do is move about
half the distance of your puddle and dip a little filler rod and it will tell you
what it needs as you go remove them kind of slow here just so
you guys can see processive can see it takes just a little bit off the end
there a little bit of filler rod you don’t need to show the filler rod in
there for it means being well having a little trouble seeing here because we
got to make sure the camera can get in over my shoulder all right as you get to
the end here you want to back off a little bit and put one little dad and
then hold your torch there hold your torch wait for the gas to come
off and that’s when you know it’s good you don’t want to pull your hand away
really fast because that can basically shock the welder you pull the the
shooting guess away from the world to quickly so that’s one so you guys can see the
technique i want to show you guys a common carp couple common mistakes for
one big one let’s see people they’re just starting
out making so going to set this one up torch angle is really important so the angle that you have your torch at
if everything was in a perfect world and you could you could weld straight up and
down like this with your filler rod that would be great but the problem is you
can’t really see your weld you can’t get in there and you might touch your
electrode or tungsten tip so what you want to do is turn back a few degrees so
you can see the front of it you only want to turn a few degrees i’d
say maybe 1015 degrees something like that you start turning too much and get it
like a 45 what you’re doing is you’re shooting the
ark all the way across your peace your heating up way out ahead of your piece
and it’s going to start melting your filler rod away it’s also going to start heating the
part up if you’re wanting something that’s then I’m going to find you gonna
start burning holes in its going to start warping it this is especially bad on a woman on
that’s that’s probably the biggest problem beginners with a woman on have that I’ve
seen is that they turn their hand too much so it’s melton the filler rod off in the little balls
and then I the fighting at the whole time they got a message to deal with so
i’m going to go back here I’m gonna do a little bit of a weld and
dust off their we do a little bit of a weld and then halfway through I’m going
to turn my wrist real hard i’m going to show you guys what it looks
like keep that in mind when you’re welcome building in the future if you
see it’s starting to do that keeping the back your head you need to
turn your torch angle up probably a little bit all right you’re
good for doing another close up here alright cool alright so what the metal
melted in the seal this is a normal torch angle now I’m going to turn my torch mid well
you see what’s happening there it’s melting everything around but not
what I want or heat and all kinds of stuff up so if you quickly turn my hand back
around I can get it back under control the only downside is now I put a lot of
heat into the part that’s welding a little differently than before the real
fast so if you start seeing that that arc that far away get that sucker back in there real close
I’m getting my fingers are getting out there who that gets hot real quick when
you start doing act as your transferring to transfer heat into a much broader
area it’s going into my hands with the torch is going into the workpiece and
it’s just making a mess here so if we can get in closer here Joey I’ll show you guys you can kind of
diagnose what’s going on here so if you look at the the heat of heat
affected zone in here and we started in the beginning before i started turning
my wrist pretty small and you can actually see a ramp up right here where
the Heat started to ramp up real high went back down kind of normal and then
ramped up again at the end so this really shows you how much more heat
you’re putting into apart when your torch angle your torch height is
incorrect so make sure you keep that the torch
angle maybe like I said 1015 degrees turned so that the back of the torch is
turned away from how you’re traveling so i’m left handed so my torch is turned
like this and i’m traveling to the right if I was right-handed that set my piece up straight up and
down turn it back about 10 15 degrees and run like that here at 45 that’s no good you’re going to have
problems doing that it’s going to look just like that’s going to get all messy
so if you’re looking here you can see are the difference especially in the
heat affected zone of these two pieces here this is the one I did what I didn’t turn
my torch at all and see how it’s pretty much the same the whole way across I was moving at a little slower than
normal so you guys can see but I was moving at a fairly steady rate so you
don’t see the heat rising up like this one where you can actually see it go up
back down up like that that’s what you want you want it to be a
smooth smooth weld with the heat the same all the way through the the piece
you see if we have any comments questions anything like that and I’ll
show you guys what i’m using for a pedal here so somebody asked up about type of
filler rod that they should be using for steel or sheet metal your 70s is what
we’re using here and for now I’m going to turn the welder officer you guys come
here and I’ll answer that question there you are set 70s is what we’re using here pretty much
this them have a different makeup to make it flow a little better but this is
your your kind of center of the road what we offer works great for sheet
metal is what we are being asked there is what the what type is preferred for
sheet metal they do sell the ER 70s filler rod in in smaller diameters you
get like a no 35 diameter it’s good for like 18 gauge 20 gauge
sheet metal but the downside is that your welding supply store its kind of
you have to get special ordered the other thing is is that they make you buy
it in like 10 or 20 pound boxes of my mouth ok but if you’re not doing a lot of
sheet metal just doing one little project you may not want to buy that
huge box you do not want to use 116 you don’t want to use 332nd the train
while sheet metal the problem is is that the filler rod
that you’re using is actually thicker than the parent metal the sheet metal
that you’re that you’re welding so your sheet metal that you’re trying to glue
together is going to melt and burn holes before the 116th rod is it’s just going
to cause a problem you want to try and match when it comes with thinner
materials like that match your filler rod as closely as you can in diameter – what you’re welding so what I like to
do is get the 0354 wire and bulk but a little trick you can do is you can run
McGwire and make welding wire right off your spool I’m not flux core your solid core
McGuire you get some 03 our 035 big wire you can run it right off the spool
straighten it out and you actually well thin-gauge steel with it for with no
problem so that’s what i like to use in in a
pinch i’ve had i’ve seen online that people
have argued that mcgwire doesn’t work Parker it’s harder of a weld but if you look great on your school
more than likely your school of McGwire solid core McGuire is PR 70 a lot of
guys that they only use that because it’s easier to store but either way it
doesn’t matter but make sure that your matching your filler rod with with the
material welding when it comes to thin stuff other thing i want to show you
guys is the pedal so if you have a nice to take 200 pedal
probably looks like this this is what I affectionately call our
sewing machine pedal that comes standard with the machine it works just fine and it has the same
type of variable amperage as any other pedal pedal depending on what your welding or how
you’re welding sometimes can tend to walk away from you when you’re pumping
the pedal which can be a little bit of a pain it’s not quite as comfortable as your
kind of on your on your toes a little bit more so after a ton of requests from
you the customers and also for me complaining to our product designers we
have a rocker style pedal now that we offer a little head the head type deal
here so this is the difference in the two
pedals in size also style so this one has a little area here where you can put
your heel and you can fit your heel in there and it catches on on the bottom put all your weight on the
pedal and you can you can rock the switch back and forth like that puts it
a little more what i would call ergonomic position as
well as it’s not going to tend to walk around like this other one would so we
just got these in literally like yesterday I believe they’re on the
website now you can order these for you take 200 the plug right up like stock
and you get a pattern pedal that’s a little more ergonomic and also won’t
walk all over the place for you oh that’s the difference in those two
things now the two pedals at least the other cool thing that we just just came
out with and I didn’t get the user too much things we don’t have anything out
of position but we have our new flex head torch again we’ve been having
request about the Flex head torch about getting one of those in the great thing
about that is that sounds you can flex the head all over the place like this so if you’re welding out of position say
you’re welding tubing or something that’s around you want to get around it you can bend the head like this and we
can obviously where I could be wearing well in an aerosol bottle but you can
get around the piece if you have a bent like that so that these are really great
because of the you know you can bend it it still has a finger switch on it so
you can do the fixed amperage welding like you can do with our standard torch it also has this this nice stick rip
here which is good for the heat transfer so you’re not going to feel the heat as
much as you will with our standard WP 17 torch with the flex said it’s got this
nice big grip on it so you’re not going to get that heat
transfer the wood by holding it with the standard one so this is pretty cool also just literally came in like a day
or two I barely even got in the world with this thing yet but so far it’s been
kicking but i really like it so that’s those so I guess we’ll check
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McGuire see here so again what somebody said something
about the spray can and other video did they mention that unlike TIG welding I’m
sorry I’m like mig welding mig welding doesn’t TIG welding does not create
sparks it doesn’t throw sparks all over the table I wouldn’t want to put my aerosol bottle
right next to what I’m welding it’s getting really hot by placing it a few feet away there’s
really no chance of anything happening because there’s no sparks if you’re making sparks when you take
welding you’re doing something wrong you’re not cleaning the metal something’s really wrong there shouldn’t
be sparks and you should stop you should stop right away and try and
figure it out so they’re the aerosol can isn’t really too much of an issue as
long as you keep it away from the area is hot if you can’t touch the metal that’s
around with your welding should have your aerosol can there if it’s out here
where it’s cold no problem at all let me just refresh here so if we have
any other ones so somebody asked to read this again somebody asked about the big 175 we could certainly do a video on the
performance of the make 175 that’s that’s again one of our workforce
machines proud of my favorite machine for doing everything from fabrication 22
just like gage work and see somebody asked about welding aluminum
with this machine the aluminum welding with this machine
this machine can do aluminum I could switch it over to the AC side
just like this you set your clearance affect your AC
balance control on the side here and you’re basically ready to go you can see
your pre and foot posts well I could do an aluminum weld I know this is on the fly but maybe we
can do one for you guys real quick since i have a piece I thought somebody would have asked
already but you haven’t I’m going to do it anyways so I know Joe
I’m sorry about this but it’s well some aluminum feeling fancy so we’re going to walk ahead and walk
around again real quick and we’ll do a little shot of welding some aluminum so
you guys can see what it looks like the weld aluminum with the same machine
we’re just going to change our controls a little bit turn my pedal down just a
hair here already cleaned my aluminum all up I’m gonna hit it with the scotch-brite
again real quick this is live so I can do whatever the
heck I want while we’re live but i think this will
be the last thing well here and we’ll check the comments again in a picker
picker favorite project you guys are going to post on there so post a comment
or post a photo of what your welding what you’re working on your shop right
now I want to see what you’re working on so I got a piece of women here I’ve
already set up and tack welded just like the other pieces one thing i mentioned i had a separate
scotch-brite pad for doing my aluminum same ideas that well as the as the wire
brush so I talk a lot of this queen is pretty
good aluminum is even more picky it likes to
have a clean surface gloves on here remove the soul the other pedal away i’m
going to keep using this rocker panel i really like that go up here another thing I like to do is I like to
cut unless you’re doing long runs we need to use a full section of filler
wire I like to cut my wire in half because
number one I’m doing this because I don’t want to put the camera guy and
then in the face of my filler rod number two it’s extra weight the Tang it off for
you it’s going to catch on something I don’t like doing that the only time i
leave my filler rod on cut is if I’m doing a real long run when i think i’m
going to be using that whole entire piece so you’re going to notice it sounds
quite a bit different when you’re welding on the AC side sounds a little bit like a bug zapper yeah all right I just let me know when you’re all right
all right so the process for getting a weld
started with a woman on the little different you need to sit in the search and the
same spot for a little bit if you want that AC you want that Queen effect that
happens when they see that’s what that white arrow it and I went that clean and
clean and I slowly start pushing the pedal down once they start seeing a
puddle form a little bit of filler rod and I jab the pedal and I want to ride
and put the pedal down you can see out ahead of it it’s doing
that cleaning action and when I want that store in i stopped on the pedal and
let off the pedal long drop on the pedal yeah I can’t see you’ve been here because we
got the camera in the way the end there but when i try and build a little blind
here to exist with you I’m gonna pull the rod let officer at
the end you want to slowly back off the pedal and what I like to do is instead
of terminating in the center of the Ark of the puddle I like to move it down to off of it and
let off real slow at that hold your torch there at the gas flow
away and let off so you can see that it’s a lot different when you’re welding
aluminum or sounds a lot different but there’s that extra process you have to
do we have to actually let it let its clean the medal and and clean the area
but while you’re welding or before you start actually adding filler rod you
don’t want to start making a run so that’s a little bit of a woman on you
guys can see the process of that around the outside this little white halo you
can see afterwards I ran out of filler rod cut it a little short so I don’t
want to burn my hands like crazy so stop there but that’s the piece that we
welded with the aluminum check your questions and don’t forget to all right
some people are saying I can’t they weren’t able to see the project pictures
so if you can post them in the in the feed here in the in the chat either you can comment with what the
what your project is a post them on our wall just go right on a wall after the
broadcast and post your favorite project right on the wall are what you’re
working on and i’m going to pick two of my favorites after the broadcast of what
the projects are if you have any problems like I said post them on the
wall i’m going to check the chat and the wall and i’m going to pick a couple of
my favorites will announce them on our facebook wall by the end of the day
today early tomorrow one ounce or two favorites we’re going to give you free gas lens
kit for TIG welder so thanks everybody for watching I
appreciate all the questions appreciate everybody tuning in again if you have
any type of you like to see in the future that’s a live facebook video I’ve
seen a product in action post up on facebook wall send us an
email comment on our youtube channel at Eastwood co we’re on instagram at
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you guys a video and we’re going to keep doing once a week this is pretty fun so thanks for watching catch you guys

22 thoughts on “Learn the Basics of TIG Welding & Understand Common Mistakes – A Live Demonstration from Eastwood

  1. I'm building a cold air intake for my LS powered 1971 Nova. Also doing a battery relocation to the trunk. Not sure how to attach a picture of what I am doing.

  2. ordering the Eastwood TIG 200 AC/DC machine next week! I could really use the lens kit! I'm in newbie to TIG welding and I've been watching all of your videos and live streams, they are helping a bunch I hope! I'll find out when I get my machine.

  3. Rebuilding a 5×10 trailer that sat for 5 years before I bought it to fix up to haul metal from the supply house near me

  4. EcoBoost Powered 1966 F100. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v513/CalypsoCoralBoss302/1966%20F250%20TwinTurbo%20EcoBoost/2%20nd%20Test%20Drive%20and%20Testing/C5D772A6-D2A0-4684-8419-0EDBDFB2A2C3.jpg

  5. I have a couple projects. A 1950 cj-3a jeep is my main vehicle project, but my most recent welding was done on a porta-band stand I am making. Sorry for no pics. Thanks for the great tig tech video. Keep it up.

  6. Thanks everybody for your project pictures! We have selected two winners but make sure to subscribe so you get notifications for our next Live Broadcast!

  7. With the welds you showed on the steal,aren't the welds undercut because the heat is too high?They look like their is an under cut from what you showed.

  8. Learned a lot from this video thanks… This was one of my recentish projects I filmed whatcha think https://youtu.be/4Cp_0JBPYok

  9. No idea how to post any thing I have home projects that I cut the bathroom floor out and reglasses to and 54 Chevy 2 door that has no floors rockers well it's just a shell I guess

  10. Tig weld some sheet metal I ask only cause lots of us weekend warriors weld mostly sheet metal and the tig weld finishing comes out better.thanx

  11. Whoever is typing in your subtitles should maybe cut down on the coffee , or you might look for someone who speaks English . They should learn the difference between 140 to 160 amps max , and 1460 amps , along with the difference between 1/8 inch , and 8 inch , the difference between guest and gas as well , lol !

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