Isaia Wright: Okay, I've been a subscriber for a couple of months... And I just watched
this video. I NEED to know how she got the ring off... Someone help? :P
TheIrishDragon: He stole his neighbor's old microwave! Good for him :D
IncogInfidel: Next time you weld, don't put your hand so close to the arc, welding glove
like the ones you have have a habbit of getting small holes in them and the
moister in your body is enough to make the arc jump across if your hand is
technoman53: A pair of shade 5 cutting goggles are inadequate for arc welding. You need
at least shade 10 or higher.
Mason Brady: You could have just asked your wife to put it on afterward, and my grandpa
has one of those and I can get it off in about 7 seconds.
SalveMonesvol: 2:00 for a celulose electrode, that is good. Trie training rith rutilic
electrodes. (not a native english speker)
one1-ThunderBOLt: Just spent the last half hour staring at that puzzle ... still have no idea
how to get the ring off ... I do however know how to change a light bulb:
call an Electrician. :^)
wakinyanoyate: Wow what a hot wife
bugaljuice: dude! welding galvanize steel is poison!
akiva kamornick: He gave the puzzle away with his wife's pic
Blitzeral: That's actually a decent weld for a beginner :p
Marcel Shaffer: can someone give me a list of household chemicals any guy like this guy
Robert M: did you get a nice sun burn from welding with cutting goggles.
professorfidelcat: this project uses 2 microwave transformers compared to the metal melter..so
is this more powerful than the metal melter?
scoop c: Did you learn all this kind of thing on your own? How in the heck?
Impressive so I'm just curious man.
Nick Hill: You know, it's not safe to weld anything galvanized, gasses and dusts
produced include Magnesium oxide and zinc oxide which, when inhaled, can
give you, 'Metal fume fever'.
Yoni Tan: How do you solve the puzzle?
Jonathan Turner: +Grant Thompson - "The King of Random" In your two part video on how to
make this welder you mentioned a video on an arc forge you were going to
build with it as well. I can't seem to find that video anywhere. Would you
please send me the link it would be much appreciated.
Logan .Kes: A good arc weld should be rounded with even ripples. It also should be
about 3 times wider than your electrode wire. 6013 electrodes are the
easiest rods to weld with. Try making a MIG (metal inert gas) welder next.
erik61801: be careful welding on galvanized steel, or using chlorinated brake cleaner
to clean the metal, the fumes will KILL you.
TheSalamanderAnder: Damn it feels good to be a gansta.
Justin Jose: you the real MVP !!!!!
gamer3928: Did you wear a condom?
Jeff Baker: Yeah a little porosity at first but 10 points for having a go.
Penetration great not your wife but the steel,great job.
Pearce Starbard: It looked like you had a little porosity in your first weld.
My Name is Leo McMarshemellon: You fold the horse shoe puzzle so that both horseshoes are in one and and
pull the ring right off with your other hand
Dribones9: I got it right but my mom won't let me enter. :(
GRAHAMAUS: Those welds are not too bad for a first time! Better than my commercial
stick welder on its first try at any rate.
chad m: they weld had porosity Hench the the pinholes in your weld also its flux
with impurities that you're knocking off the weld not slag
Owen Mokelky: is it possible to use 7018 rods?
TheAttacker732: Two things:
If you weld galvanized metal, either use some form of respirator or drink a
lot of milk to clear your system.
Also, that weld wasn't bad for a first attempt. The weld bead wasn't
consistent, meaning the speed of the weld needed some work. The angle
wasn't perfect either, but for thinner metal that mostly impacts just the
end appearance. It's stuff learned with practice.
ChuCk230e: Why the hell are you using touch goggles for welding, I hope you know you
can destroy your eyes doing that. A welding helmet can cost as less as 15
HoXsI: this interest me so much do more!!!!!!!!
driveheronman: im in the kitchen look n at the microwave an just turned to the other half
and shes shaken her head so thats out,, just pop d my invirter yesterday
gotta find a skip so
Matt Kung: 2:21 SUCCESS you are a great welder :D
cdoublejj: welding or melting galvanized anything releases asrinic which can be
Fock Guugle: can i also use the coils from my new welding unit, i dont use that often?
it also has a nice metalbody, a display and a switch.
CentralFlOutdoors: be careful. welding anything that's galvanized can make you very sick
adamnblackman: I'm quite sure this guy is an avid Mcgiver fan... and my best friend in the
Domanic Miller: I don't care it pointless!!!!!!!!!!!....
ParadoxInTheVoid: another sub. for you
jonathon wilson: the weld will actually be stronger than the steel, its like if you layer 2
peices of wood together with wood glue, its more likely for the wood to
fail then the glued jont
Bobby Myers: @@@@@@ +bugaljuice said that welding galvanize steel is
I think you should know this! We don't want you to get sick and stop postig
your awesome video's! If your reading this and are a subscriber, you should
also post to let him know! Great stuff as always!!! But how did you make
Justin Gray: You do not look like a rookie! The bend test is commonly used and it held
up, Good Job!
blaaaaaaarghable: Welding galvanized steel without ventilation equipment is a great way to
get metal fume fever. You need to remove any galvanizing first!
Geo B: question:The value of the current in the primary coil?Is it under 20 amps?
Nice videos !Great work man!Stay safe!
Equallysplitintwo: Hey im a welder and this is really neat but don't i repeat DON'T
weld galvanized steal its highly toxic and can be fatal
IsinkIts Mee: Just casually took his neighbors microwave from the garbage lol I'm dying
tony roque: +fungoorstitch
Lol facepalm on the counter
Stankgranny: Holly crap I'm so doing that!!!!!
Homemade Stick Welder - From Microwave Parts!5
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