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Made my first welds ever a few minutes ago. They are ugly as sin but they are holding my computer desk together! I have a long way to go before starting on the `56. I think I could use some classes.
 

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I took a couple of welding classes at the local vo-tech a while back. Well worth the time and money. Saves time when you can see how its done and not have to figure it out by yourself.:confused0006:
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Dave (SS396Pilot) is gonna teach me tomorrow at his shop. I'm gonna practice on an old Mustang he is restoring. We are doing the floor pans. I hope this Mustang owner doesn't mind holes blown in his floor! HAHA!
 

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Floors or Doors,

Dave (SS396Pilot) is gonna teach me tomorrow at his shop. I'm gonna practice on an old Mustang he is restoring. We are doing the floor pans. I hope this Mustang owner doesn't mind holes blown in his floor! HAHA!
Fords always get them blown away.
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Get yourself a good lense. When you can finally see the puddle of molten metal it will start to come togeather for you.
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Made my first welds ever a few minutes ago. They are ugly as sin but they are holding my computer desk together! I have a long way to go before starting on the `56. I think I could use some classes.
Good onya for having a go!

Stick or MIG? Takes me back. I remember my first welds in first year engineering.:rolleyes: I'm probably not much better, and certainly out of practice. I always got my friends to do vertical welds.
 
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