d thomaz: is your drill able to do variable speed? 500 rpm is recommended on most notchers like this plus the bimetal hole saw you're using typically max's out at 750 rpm. Hand drills typically made for wood so around 2,500 rpm. This is where a variable speed drill press helps tremendously... thanks for sharing though... metal likes to be cut slowly!
Ron Hogan: Yes I weld galvanized. Do it outside and hold my breath while doing short time welds. If you use Allied brand conduit, there's no worry about the fumes. I hold my breath no matter what I weld. Again..Short time welds.
Embarr Barry: I purchased one of these for my employer when i was doing a handrail job for the Navy, i had to put an 1/8" plate behind the pipe clamping part in order for the hole saw to center on the pipe, other than that not a bad notcher. Good video.
17madracki17: Please tell me your not welding galvanized
Mooseboy240: ur voice is NUTZ!! u should announce for tv or some crap
brmc1england: hi got one superb job and good value for money.order from the state and delived to uk.all good.mario from england
Ron Hogan: @stealhty1
stealhty1: excellent, this machine is on my shopping list,im building the Zenith 701
may i ask how are you going to weld "em ???
is this 4130 chromoly ???
Ron Hogan: I fly PPG trikes and repair them myself, so I have to do bending, notching and welding. Do you fly?