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Jet Truck Welding and Fabrication Part 3: 321 Stainless Steel

Jun 2015 26
15 15 Fri
Written by Mr. TIG (Wyatt Swaim)

In this episode of TIG Time we are back at Worthy Motorsports in part 3 of our welding and fabrication series on Jet trucks. This segment we talk about how to weld 321 Stainless Steel and some of the reasons why we choose the materials that we do.

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Jet Truck Fabrication and Welding: Part 2 of 4 (Inconel)

Jun 2015 19
15 15 Fri
Written by Mr. TIG (Wyatt Swaim)


We are back at Worthy Motorsports in part 2 of our 4 part series on welding and fabricating a jet truck. In this episode we are welding the Inconel after burners to the jet manifold.

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MT 125 TIG Welder Review Part 2: AC Welding

Jun 2015 05
15 15 Fri
Written by Mr. TIG (Wyatt Swaim)

In the second part of our review of the MT-125 TIG welder we are testing out the AC features on Aluminum. First we test the machines frequency control and show you how to set the machine for welding thin fillet welds and heavier duty Aluminum butt welds.

Here are some features that are built into the machine that will help with Aluminum:

Frequency control: 20 - 250 hz
Full power (amps) on 115v
Ultra portable, weighing in at less than 30 pounds
Upgraded torch and accessories

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Jet Truck Fabrication and Welding: Part 1 of 4

Jun 2015 12
15 15 Fri
Written by Mr. TIG (Wyatt Swaim)


In this episode we are at Worthy MotorSports welding some 4130 tubular frame for a Jet Engine powered Semi Truck. This is part 1 or a 4 part series where we are welding all different parts of this rig including, Inconel, Aluminum and Steel.

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Welding in Tight Spots with the OZMO Torch Kit

May 2015 22
15 15 Fri
Written by Mr. TIG (Wyatt Swaim)

There are many different ways to weld in tight clusters. You can use a small back cap, a stubby gas lens or even a micro torch kit. But what happens when you need to get in a super tight space, but still need more amps than a micro torch can supply?

That is where the OZMO welding torch kit comes into play. This kit comes with extremely stubby components so you can get into even the tightest areas and still get good amperage and duty cycle.

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