we have one in sudoroom that looks like this:
last time i saw it, it was under the end of the table behind the file cabinet
that faces the big robot arm.
it's heavy so i wouldn't call it a handpiece. if you wanted to weld two
coathangers together i think you would need some pretty thick copper cables to
whatever transformer you were using, if you needed it to be lightweight.
i think a pair of really fancy jumper cables could be modified into a spot
welder, maybe i'll do that with my really fancy jumper cables since i don't own
gas cars anymore.....
On Sun, 26 Feb 2017, hol(a)gaskill.com wrote:
this item listed for sale below looks more like a TIG
welder to me -
usually i think of spot welding as being used for joining 2 pieces of
sheet metal over/under but I have heard from a jeweler that he did like
TIG welding for little stuff. Depending on the melt temp of the metal
and whether the weld needs to be homogeneous, for that size you might
want to consider brazing with mapp gas torch and solder with a lower
On 2017-02-25 14:55, Cere Davis wrote:
I'm lacking experience on spot welders and would like some feedback on how much power
I would need to spot weld a steel clothes hanger (for example) to itself? Do you suppose
this much power would work?
Looking for something that is set up to have a handpiece.
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