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Metal Thickness Gauge and why you should have one!

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Metal Thickness Gauge and why you need one! I consider this a must have shop tool. It's a great tool to have in the workshop, on the job site or even while your shopping your local metal yard. Take the guesswork out of the material thickness you are working with. Knowing the correct material thickness will help you set up your welding machine. Even though I didn't mention it in the video, the smaller notches on the end of the tool can also be used to determine common MIG wire sizes. Link to Metal Thickness Gauge HERE: http://amzn.to/2EywKdF THE TOOLS & GEAR I USE 🔴 https://www.amazon.com/shop/brandonlund Any commission earned from the above Amazon affiliate links all goes towards helping to support my channel. ⇨ SUBSCRIBE to Brandon Lund DIY Builds: https://www.youtube.com/brandonlund FOLLOW ME ON ⇨ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lunddiybuilds ⇨ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LundDIYBuilds For Business Inquiries: [email protected] Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only and as such, you should not attempt to do any of the things you see me doing. Always read and follow the manufacturer’s safety guidelines before handling tools. Seek professional advice and training before using any welding equipment. Never operate any tool without wearing the proper personal protective equipment. Final warning, Do not attempt to do any of the things you see me doing!
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Text Comments (13)
Angelo Joson (4 months ago)
Bro did you tried already the spool gun welder? If you did is it posible that i connect it to a plain smaw/stick welder and i will use a gasless or flux cored wire.? Is it posible?
Michelangelo Lavagno (5 months ago)
indispensable tool ..thank brandon ciao
Brandon Lund (5 months ago)
boosted integra (5 months ago)
I have to say a micrometer would be much better to measure thickness of metal and would be more useful tool....
boosted integra (4 months ago)
Rough work or not if you know what ur doing a caliper would be better that's just my opinion I guess I understand a mic is sensitive since I use them everyday at work but if you know what your doing a mic will tell you what you need to kno every time
Brandon Lund (4 months ago)
You have to be careful when using precision tools for what I refer to as "rough" work. Micrometers and calipers are sensitive to abrasive and metal dust.
Mildy Productive (5 months ago)
I like the idea of having it on your keychain, in case you are buying stock at the hardware store or scrap yard. But I'll stick with calipers in the shop. If I used this during a project, I'd have to add the two hours at the end to find my keys.
Tsunami101st (5 months ago)
Simple and easy...
Brandon Lund (5 months ago)
Tank Soldier (5 months ago)
Have you ever done any plastic welding ?
Brandon Lund (5 months ago)
Yes quite a bit actually. All in industrial settings though. I’ve done a bunch of HDPE pipelines as well as HDPE sheet welding and PVC welding.
Tank Soldier (5 months ago)
That's a handy little tool , thanks for sharing .
Brandon Lund (5 months ago)
Thanks, and your welcome.

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