I have watched a couple of your videos now (subscribed). I can't believe how much you say without ever saying a word. Your use of visuals to describe what is going on is awesome. On a humorous note, you are too chatty, STFU!!! These are great videos. I look forward to watching all of them. Thank you!
You are using what looks like a "Tig Button" on your torch handle. I have been using one for a couple of years now but rarely meet another tig welder who knows what they are. This little invention has made my life so much easier because most of my welding is not at the bench but anywhere from laying under or in a boat, to standing on a ladder to tack up a tuna tower. Awesome little tool with all the control at my fingertip!!
Agreed! I've tried many "top of the line" hand amperage controllers, and this is the only one that suited my needs. I would prefer a simple off-on switch over all the other contraptions that are currently available.
I sell them on my website:
I just started my welding school because of your good ass welds!! Do you only do TIG? Because were gonna do MIG/Stick welding... And I was wondering if you could make some videos or give me some Helpful tips for MIG like how to weld overhead.
You can custom make your own from parts at Home Depot (any thickness you want). Have them cut the cord to your desired length and buy the plugs that suit your application. Strip the ends of the wires and screw it all together.
@6061. com Can you use a welder with any generator as long as it is large enough or does it need to be an inverter style generator? I have a Generac 7.5kw but it's a traditional generator not an inverter.
I've found the aluminum blocks on Amazon. Costs a little more up front, but shipping is way cheaper than Online Metals. Thanks for posting this video BTW. Hope everybody doesn't order all the Kant-Twist clamps at once and run them out of stock.
Love it. I don't do much aluminum, but steel yeah, plenty. I've found you can never have enough layout/marking/measuring tools, and good layouts can make all the difference. I've got 8 different squares, clamping jigs, silverstreak pens, carbide scribes, 10 different rulers from 6" to 48", protractors, angle finders, punches... The list goes on and on... You definitely have a few new tricks here that I'll be trying as I teach myself TIG and get more ambitious. Keep up the awesome vids!
6061 .brother. Amigo fico muito feliz por você ter muitas ferramentas de primeira qualidade. Parabéns pelo seu canal no you tube você faz muitos vídeo bons felicidades amigo .espero um dia chegar ao seu nível . Parabéns abraço forte fica com deus .
I enjoy watching and trying to learn ur cool tips how ever it very hard for me since I am deaf and there no Closed Captions in any of your video which is disappointed. Please request to have CC (Closed Caption) on all your video and I am sure I am not only deaf who enjoy watching your video. BTW I will buy all the "how to Video from ya if there CC in all of them
No one can make you share your tools. Tell em to piss off. I worked in a shop, owner of shop got into my box in front of me, I confronted him. He said I'm getting a tool out of our tool box, I stated he paid for none of those tools and it is not our toolbox, it's my box, he never touched it again.
The tool that has me most interested is the one u used to make a merge collector. The pneumatic "expander"?
No idea how to call it. Kinda curious where i can buy such kind of tool.
I searched the web for days. Couldnt find anything similar :(
Keep up the good work. It's always oddly satisfying to watch
I'm not sure what sizes you're working with but I've used this for expanding pex pipe, it's pretty powerful, this works on 3/8 to 1 1/2" I'm sure it would work on thin gauge metal as well... https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-M18-18-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Cordless-3-8-in-1-1-2-in-ProPEX-Expansion-Tool-Tool-Only-2632-20/203106548?cm_mmc=Shopping%7CG%7CBase%7CD25T%7C25-9_PORTABLE+POWER%7CNA%7CPLA%7c71700000034127218%7c58700003933021540%7c92700031755124712&gclid=CjwKCAjwuO3cBRAyEiwAzOxKsrcHSeh3fStRfN-FQLlyDqverrp4kQCfnlDU4A1mJpyMYgi9FvST0hoCN6MQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CPLe_6L-u90CFVUBfQodhbwIbA
Aaron, just curious, what do you use the pressure and boost gauge for? Also, where did you get your tube notcher? I am looking to buy one. I have 99% of this stuff, so now I have no excuse. I need a lot more seat time. Excellent video, love the channel. If anyone likes this video you should subscribe to Aaron’s channel, it’s worth it.
Excellent video. Lots of information without a single word.What you show is that there are lots of little tools that we accumulate over the years that work for us and there are some that are simple but their value during the job can be priceless. Good job as usual.
yes some tools are priceless I am in the manufacturing trade my self and the company I work for want us to use our own tools we get paid for the use of them just some people still have not bought any tools for them self I have stop lending tool out to them now I have 5 roll cabinets full of tool I have bought for the job I do and a full toolbox of tools I use they moved in container in the shops now for use to lock own tools up the new shop will have 20 x20 rooms for us to store the looks in I have sign out one I think I was the first one to do so
@6061. com Rofl ...
On another note thanks again for the reply to my email, i did try a demo welder and found a huge difference then went thru your website again and found the issue i had (which i could not explain very well in the email)
The cheap welder i use is locked at 80hz and makes the puddle very squirmy no matter what i do ...like its got a mind of its own (kinda trying trying to catch a bat with a chopstick) as well as that welders cleaning adjustment only works to 60% EN .
Used demo(non chineese) welder it just works ,BIG difference.
Next time make it more clear right away you have shirts and stickers available! I don't always get to watch videos all the way through right away. I could have missed my chance! Just Ordered one of each though so we're good. 🙂
Also if you get a chance, about how long have you been using that primeweld unit for? Really considering one over the everlasts (bad experience with them years ago) for at home.
I haven't used the PrimeWeld welder for too long yet. So far so good though (it has a 3 yr. warranty).
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