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Revision as of 14:03, 17 March 2015

Marshall Dynabolt Tig Welding Set
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Model Marshall Dynabolt 250 Amp AC/DC Tig Welding Set
Sub-category Metalworking
Status Under construction
Last updated 6 February 2020 22:20:56
Consumables Argon gas, welding tips, gas lenses, filler rods
Accessories Foot pedal, welding torch
Training requirement yes
ACnode yes
Owner Hackpace
Origin Bought through pledge in Jan 2015
Location Basement, Workshop
Maintainers Des, TGreer, Dean, Liam

Marshall Dynabolt 250 Amp AC/DC Tig Welding Set, used for accurate welding of steel, stainless steel, aluminium and alloys.

This machine requires training and experience in basic welding techniques before use.

If you want to quickly weld mild steel please consider using the stick welder.

A good intro to welding with aluminium can be found here..

http://www.lincolnelectric.com/en-gb/support/welding-solutions/Pages/aluminum-faqs-detail.aspx

How to assemble to TIG torch with picture is here

http://welders.tokentools.com.au/tig-torch-assembly/

Electrode Thickness, Amperage and Argon Gas Flow Settings can be obtained here

http://www.millerwelds.com/products/gunstorches/tig-torches/helpmechoose/