I’ve put the welding tips videos in a playlist on YouTube… I hope it’s helpful, or at the very least entertaining. Not the most entertaining thing you do all day, but maybe somewhere around the 9th entertaining.
How Much Can I Save?
You're looking to save a few dollars on your build, just like everyone else. Here's a quick comparison of some popular kits, showing what you can save when you weld them together yourself instead of buying it pre-welded from us.
Welding Video: setting a base
In this video, I talk about keeping the torch steady by setting up a 'tripod' with your wrist. I also give some reasons for my affection towards my skinny torch.
Here’s what welders do at a party.
A welding helmet houses virtual reality goggles, so that when you drop the helmet as if to start welding, you see a virtual landscape of a job site. There are TV screens hooked up so that passersby can see what you're seeing.
Welding With DW: steady that TIG rod
This is a short little video on keeping things steady when you’re tig welding… specifically the filler rod. A new rod is 3′ long and quite floppy when you’re holding it at one end, so I thought this little tip may help at least someone keep that filler rod steady.
Welding Video: tig torch orientation
A series of welding how-I-do-it videos...This video focuses on how I hold a tig torch.
MyRideIsMe.com: Guide for Aluminum Welding
Equipment Selection, Material Prep, Welding Technique…
Which welder should I use?
Either stick, MIG or TIG can be used to assemble and install Welder Series parts. The machine has to have the capacity to weld the material thickness (most Welder Series brackets are 3/16” mild steel).