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TIG Welding Aluminum Fabrication - Sheet Metal Forming - 2 Ovals into 1 Round - Y-pipe

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Learn how to TIG weld and fabricate here http://www.6061.com Some of the hand tools I'm using: https://youtu.be/piOrpK0CgfQ
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6061. com (2 months ago)
Please read this before commenting: This is a one-off part, and this was the fastest way to make it with the tooling I have available at my shop. No, I should not have used CAD, it would have taken longer with no benefit. The ovals intersect at compound angles (rotated inward and downward), and the round tube is offset to one side. Measuring and drawing this all up perfectly to make templates on a computer would take a lot of unnecessary additional time. And no, this is not a part that would be practical to 3d print. It is going on an engine, so it is exposed to heat cycling and vibration. There is a full article write-up on the website about this video: -Welder settings -Material selection -Reason behind all the techniques -Etc... If anything on the website isn't clear, feel free to email me. Http://www.6061.com/ Thanks for watching [email protected]
MEHMET BERKCAN (13 days ago)
+Debo Devil p
Jose Cesena (14 days ago)
pretty good welding technique!
It is a pleasure to watch you work sir!!!
Travis Taylor (1 month ago)
I love it man. As soon as I saw you roll the piece at the beginning to get your measurement, I was in. That's exactly the type of stuff I did to replicate aircraft sheetmetal parts. I miss it. Not only is it excellent fab work, it's excellent videography to share with us. Thanks!
Jason Simmons (1 month ago)
Often times it's just faster to let a fab guy do it. Our engineers always come up with things and then I'm like why not do it like this. Faster easier and often cheaper. Just do it
Brazil Chem (2 days ago)
I watched the whole vid without the welding goggles
Wehr Wolf (3 days ago)
Looks like a Harley Davidson intake manifold
John Shaft (4 days ago)
Mad skills here Aaron, both in welding/fab and in video editing. Like all great craftsmen, you make it look easy, but I know it's not. I could probably weld something like that together so it would do the job and not come apart, but it would look like ass. I am in the process of building a racing car with endless fab involved. If you were close I would DEFINITELY bring you work.
FreddyF (4 days ago)
Old school way
😁
graziano rossi (6 days ago)
Hey guy, nice weld !!! you use also spray-arc method!!! great!!!!
Coletta Hughes (7 days ago)
I have no idea what in the world you made, but it was amazing to watch all the detail you put into your work :)
Helléac (8 days ago)
magnifique
Steve Giac (8 days ago)
Absolutely wonderful! Breathtaking welding and stunning video! Totally absorbing, so thank you for a totally absorbing 18 minutes!
Roman Carreno (8 days ago)
you're the best
Alex Net (10 days ago)
It's real something...
Wayne Black (10 days ago)
Very satisfying to watch! Bravo
Daniel E. Smith (11 days ago)
That was so cool. I am gonna go eat dinner and dream of beautiful welds.
Daniel E. Smith (11 days ago)
Beautiful!!! I like your honest buzzes when you mess up. But you carry on. Coolness is you!
RestoPesto (12 days ago)
When you start going through all the plastic pieces in your car because you've already replaced everything else with aftermarket.
Mock Mock39 (12 days ago)
impressive! I dont know how long it took, but bravo zulu!
Dylan Mccanlies (13 days ago)
Well done.
Paweł P (14 days ago)
Wow! Excellent job !
stephen Gordon (14 days ago)
Mad skills right there ! Nice
Blake Stone (14 days ago)
My first Aluminum welding turned into a puddle, I was a Stainless welder, whole different kind of welding. My Galvanized & Black Iron welding was about the same. I got Better... Turning the Heat down helped. thx for the vid.
David Hooper (15 days ago)
You found art in your craft. You sir are the Special.
lukas anton j. (15 days ago)
nice work, love the use of improvised solutions I guess that bit isn't gonna go bad anytime soon :D
Stacey Kevin Décembre (16 days ago)
I enjoyed watching this vid. I learned a few new tricks
Perfeito!!!
José Manuel (17 days ago)
WOOOOW,EXTRAORDINARIO
Супер!!!!
Randy Westcott (19 days ago)
Very Cool!!!!
Jack Patteeuw (19 days ago)
You sir, are a magician !
tim tynan (20 days ago)
beautiful work. a pleasure to watch
Alexandr noah (20 days ago)
Golden arms!!! Best master!!!
thangquocnguyenmdp (21 days ago)
Wonder where you at?
Couscouskiller (21 days ago)
This is brillant !!!
Jarkko Kotiranta (22 days ago)
very good video.no bullshit talkin , just showing how its done.skillfull welder.thank you.
Benjamin Sword (24 days ago)
Work of art! Pure joy to watch
Ichabod Bryant (26 days ago)
WOW Nice work
Bob B. (26 days ago)
NICE! Thanks for sharing!
Mark Mitzlaff (26 days ago)
Amazing Fab skills, on point as always. Great job on stacking those beads to fill the gap.
John Tripp (27 days ago)
I have watched you do this twice. :)
20TheGame09 (27 days ago)
Just out of curiosity, why did you grind your beads flush with the material?
Scott K (27 days ago)
Genius!!!
Joseph (1 month ago)
SEI UN ARTISTA!
JUSTACHIPN (1 month ago)
Been retired for 6 years now from 40+ yrs in Metal Fab. My Email from 1st internet start long time ago has been "METALMAN". Sure wish I had thought of filming some of my projects lol Working @ LBNL/Lab and other Gov work. All the engineers/scientist equipment was very involved, stainless, aluminum, steels, copper, even plastics and special coatings. Sure wish I could do it all over again !!! But the copper hood over the fireplace is awesome :)
Dave Johnston (1 month ago)
Really impressive skills!
Le (1 month ago)
is this an inletboot for a v-type mercedes diesel engine?? good job!
Dee B (1 month ago)
Dam thats some excellent perfection bro. Love your immaculate work. Keep the videos coming. :)
Tony sin (1 month ago)
Metal fabrication is never easy not until the computerized machinery’s start to take over.
Tomasz Danielski (1 month ago)
and so the calculator with the logo won :-)
tim c (1 month ago)
very nice work!
Sean (1 month ago)
👍🏻
Joseph Cicirello (1 month ago)
Loved the mistake or incorrect sounds. Made the video that much more enjoyable. Thanks for the humor and keep up the great videos. I hope you will answer, but do your instruction video have vocal instructions?
6061. com (1 month ago)
No voice. Lots of supplemental text.
Ralph Roberto (1 month ago)
Lefty ?
Brian Maynard (1 month ago)
You are really talented. Beautiful welding and well done. The part really come out nicely.
John Vanlandingham (1 month ago)
Much time, steps this person took for that insignificant (seeming) part. I feel like a Butcher when i compare my method to his...Great fab!
Stefan Andrei (1 month ago)
fuck,you're good! GJ!
Scott Deringer (1 month ago)
WOw, I wasn't sure hwo that was all going to end up, but beautiful!
Chief Booth (1 month ago)
Your welds are perfect!
Graham Loyley (1 month ago)
The beauty of Aluminium being able to go over welds your not entirely happy with and make the passes look amazing, I remember it well back in 1976 thankfully we had H/F start then but that was the only aid no slope in, slope out, pre gas purge or post and certainly no pulse back then but welding Aluminium was a joy. Thankfully I was only doing the welding I had very experienced sheet metal fabricators who after they had done their part would leave me with a fabrication that was a joy to weld. Myself i could not do what you have done but then I was a welder of one skill . I take my hat of to you Sir
Dessert Man (1 month ago)
wow lots of steps to complete!
Jason Simmons (1 month ago)
Like a boss. I do aluminum all day every day. I like to think I'm good. Idk if I'm this good lol. Beautiful work sir.
john merlino (1 month ago)
Not bad for an amateur
Anthony Collucci (1 month ago)
Wish I could give it 2 likes!
Mark Wilson (1 month ago)
i think my eyes got arc flash
Barney dog7 (1 month ago)
superb
Blues Man (1 month ago)
BEAUTIFULLY DONE ! NICE - 👍👍👍
Javier Vega (1 month ago)
Eso es un trabajo mal echo todo eso se trasa
Javier Vega (1 month ago)
Eres bueno con el aluminio pero esas piesas llevan un traso d geometria
ace toxic (1 month ago)
Is it a engine part for a turbo manifold? Curious
Steve Rawlins (1 month ago)
Didn't look an enjoyable part to make. Bet it did your head in ?
Stefan H. (1 month ago)
At ~17:00 What for an Alu-Magnet do you use? I use the Bauxitmaster 200 and searching for a better one....
Nice job , my friend. Not everybody can make so beautiful work.
Porsche 987 (1 month ago)
That is impressive.. nice job. I have hear that’s takes years of experience to perfect, especially with aluminum. 👍🏻
john doe (1 month ago)
Dude that was awesome... I would give anything to be able to weld like that.
godspirals (1 month ago)
Beautiful work, love the freehand, way to go. thank YOU
Sarfraz Khan (1 month ago)
🤪👍🧐🧐
STohme (1 month ago)
What a remarkable work and a very beautiful achievement.
Ninja Moves (1 month ago)
who are the 700 odd homo's that dislike this. Its not a sword fight at the Csaba Sausage Fest with who's fat is the most succulent, its frickin metal wizadry which is a discipline and a craft combined. Fucking tools the lot of ya.
j morrison (1 month ago)
So many god dam arm chair fabricators. If you had the god dam skills you wouldn't be watching the videos you would be making them. Fuck I hate the You-Tube commenting community.
JRD DoubleU (1 month ago)
Welding is so cool.
Alexander Volta (1 month ago)
Mr. Tig
arif abdillah (1 month ago)
Very cool
DB Cooper (1 month ago)
pretty damn neat.
what a an amazing job. I could see the tools were in the right hand. but is this not very tedious
David Adams (1 month ago)
WOW!!
Mark G (1 month ago)
Every time you used your Buzzer I laughed. Good job. Some creative thinking. I enjoyed watching this.
nice work! leaning from you
Jason Byrd (1 month ago)
That was awesome.
alexpsyt (1 month ago)
Using play dough to make a template is this side of genius. Awesome .Youve got a new subscriber.
Al Michaels (1 month ago)
Jealous of your talent. Amazing work!!
Brian Robson (1 month ago)
That is amazing good work
Jerardo Marcos (1 month ago)
NICE!!!
Ernesto Villa Real (1 month ago)
hahaha 13:27
T ray (1 month ago)
How long have you been Tig welding? Seems like you do some pretty badass welding to me!!!! Have you ever Tig welded using a arc welder w/ a Tig torch? Pretty impressive watching the video tho man, awesomeness!!!
maciek turoń (2 months ago)
Audi 3.3 TDI ??
Onlooker 251 (2 months ago)
This is truly amazing! For a one off or a couple I agree with you - CAD has its place but for the speed of getting the job done when you have the skill that you’ve shown here, is all you need👍 😳 I was fascinated by the use of of the Play Dough - ingenious! John🇬🇧
Joshua Ward (2 months ago)
the wrong sounds killed me lol
Ramon Martinez (2 months ago)
what is the part for? n ever cease to amaze me when i see a craftsman at work
Torq 2000 (2 months ago)
3rd time watching..........
Elliott Blood (2 months ago)
13:19... the calculator has 6061 on the screen!😆 ten seconds later it flashes “.com” next to it! Brilliant!😆😆😆
Phil Rudd (2 months ago)
Amazing skill, i have tried to learn the art of welding, and found it to be difficult to achieve.

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