Plug Welding Holes in Sheet Metal with Magnetic Copper Backers – Mike Finnegan at Hot Rod – Eastwood

hey it’s Finnegan back in the hot rod garage and i’m getting ready to weld a whole lot of holes shut in the firewall my 1955 Chevy using the eastwood magnetic plug welding tool this thing is awesome think of it as another pair of hands that are going to hold that copper plate right […]

How to Get a Good Welding Ground – Kevin Caron

(Text on screen): How to Get a Good Welding Ground, Kevin Caron, www.kevincaron.com The Voice: Hey, Kevin. 0:00:16.000,0:00:17.000, Kevin Caron: Hey. The Voice: What are you doing over there? Kevin Caron: Wrestling with aluminum-inum-inum. This is a big public sculpture I’m working on at the moment, and I was just trying to fill in this […]

Easy Copper Soldering

Today we are going to take the mystery out of soldering copper water lines. Give me a minute and I’ll show you how to do it too. Some of the supplies and tools you’ll need for this job is a self-cleaning plumbing flux a flux brush fitting cleaning brushes plumbing solder a tube cutter a […]

Exothermic Welding featuring Cadweld

hey I’m Josh with GME supply and in this video we’re going to show you how to properly ground cables using an exothermic welding kit from Cadweld Cadweld has become the go-to manufacturer of exothermic welding supplies for their safety reliability and kitting options in fact here at GME supply we’ve created a few Cadweld […]

How to Weld a Steel Patch Using a Copper Backer – Kevin Caron

(Text on screen): How to Weld a Steel Patch Using a Copper Backer, Kevin Caron, www.kevincaron.com The Voice: Hey, Kevin. What are you doing? Kevin Caron: Well, have you ever had a hole you had to fill in on a piece of metal? The Voice: Yeah? Kevin Caron: I’ll show you a little trick here. […]

Welding with TIG process on copper strip

We are now going to weld with TIG process on copper strip. Copper is characterized as being one of the best electricity conductors and this factor is decisive in its behaviour during welding. As the material dissipates the temperature very quickly we will need a higher welding current than normal, about 70 amps per millimeter […]

How To Solder a 3.5mm, ⅛”, or Mini Headphone Connector

Hi I’m Benson with Linxus Communications Today we’re going to teach you how to correctly solder at 3.5 millimeter connector the 3.5 millimeter connector also known as mini plug ⅛” Jack or your common headphone jack can be used to plug into an mp3 player a CD player or a stereo. For this project you […]

How to Sweat Copper Pipes : Fixing Mistakes When Sweating Copper Pipes

Hey good people Don Golden here with Expert Village and we are working on our solder piping and guess what? Uh-oh, I made a mistake. Not really but you know what, we’re not dead in the water here because this stuff heats up and comes apart again as easily as you put it together and […]