[python] Re: welding

  • From: jinlin wen <jinlwen@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: python@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2009 11:05:28 +0800

Dear Brain:

I do not think youneed to go to a technical college to learn how to weld.
You may need to read a little on "how to weld",and practice. DC produce more
stable arc. It is easier for you to beging with.

Jinlin Wen

2009/3/27 BRIAN N SMITH <briannsmith@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

>  Dear Pythonauts,
> After 70+ years of cycling I bought a rear-drive under-steer Actionbent
> recumbent  <www.actionbent.com> and now have more than 32,000 km virtually
> trouble free. It is a delight to ride - so why should I pine for a python?
> But I do. Even now in my 81st year.
> I have a garage load of scrap bikes and parts but no welding experience and
> a budget that will not stretch to TIG nor MIG.
> I can buy a "buzz-box" new for $79 or an AC/DC welder for $104.
> Is DC a real advantage?
> I have some confidence that by sufficient trial and error on scrap tubing I
> can teach myself to weld - classes at a distant technical college are not
> practical for me.
> If any have the time to advise on how "to get my feet wet" I will be most
> grateful
> Regards to all
> Brian in SC USA

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