aldrin lomibao: hi idol im a welder here in the philippines im always watching your videos and i learn a lot hopefully you can visit us here theres a lot of welder here idolized you im one of them haha,by the way i love the things you are promoted like those consumables items and someday i wish i got that things.. thanks and i would to say some word from philippine language "MABUHAY KA IDOL"
bhearts77: what many amps would you use on 16 ga 304l?
Drew Evans: Thanks for the video! I've been practicing welding sanitary tube at work for the last week. Wish I would have watched this at the beginning of the week. Yet another practical and informative video. I always have to keep a notepad nearby when I watch. Keep up the good work.
Louie Allen : hey Jodi you hands down tug weld better than Mr. Tig from the weld channel lol his welds kinda such lol
Mack Avila: I don't have the capability at the moment to produce videos but for the time being in can talk about stainless process piping. Today I had to bust out my mirror and mini tig torch to complete a field weld on a product line.
Mack Avila: This method makes me want run my own channel on purge welding. Tacking wrong, purge set up-excessive, that weld can be walked all the way.
TheKingTiger44: hello please make a vido of stainless pipe wit filler rod I wan2 see yu wak the cup or do u freehan root???
Josh Olson: Thanks! I job right of Hobart institute. This video helped me
Tim Harris: I CANT SEEM TO GET A CLEAN SHINY WELD I KNOW IM DOING SOMETHING WRONG BUT CANT FIGURE OUT WHAT!WELD TURNS OUT GOOD BUT ITS ALWAYS REALLY DARK PLEAASE SHARE OR INFORM WHAT I AM DOING WRONG THANKS
makirompe: With an old scratch star stick welder, an home made switch. I'm astonished. That's the tool you need for perfect welding: a Jodie.
xavytex: Hi, thanks for the videos, they are very well made. I don't actually weld myself but I like seeing how clean you work is. So I have a small question. I need to weld two 316 ss parts at a 90 degres angle, they are about a 1/4 inch thick (it's an anchor roller I want to weld to an another part of my boat). I don't have any welding equipment and skills,,so I want to get this done here in Mexico. Usually when I buy bolts for my boat, they only have 304 ss. So I suspect they would TIG weld with 304 ss sticks which would rust in about 15 days. They usually don't seem to understand that you can't use 304 ss on a boat, like you would on a ss kitchen table. So I found some cheap Elga 1/32" 316L TIG rods (5kg for $30) that I would provide to the welder. My question is: Is 1/32" thick enought for this kind of welding, or should I buy some thicker ones ? Thanks for you answer. Xavier
franktib: why doesn't it undercut with no filler metal?
cruisingsouthtrail: great vid...again
4spida2fingaz0: I don't have a chance to practice, but I could figure it out in 5 mins now but a job is conning up in Nov I need to conqueror this asap lol
4spida2fingaz0: Jody, how would you best describe the characteristics of initially achieving full penetration? The vid is great I've only tried this a couple of times but my puddle would bubble before I could get it wide enough to start walking. Thanks!
justin mendonca: love the side by side video!
deltas2k: Thegenrl- I've got about 5 hrs on my first and it barely looks dirty. Thing definitely makes propping easier not burning your hands. Jody- thanks again for your pointers and great videos.
thehobohitman: Do you have a weld lip on the pipe to act as filler wire or does it not matter that there might be undercut or low weld ?