Homemade Stick Welder - From Microwave Parts!




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pilotbaxter007: Brazing goggles are NOT a welding helmet. Be safe and get a proper helmet.

Ethan Brazee: Make sure the microwave is rated at 1100 watts or more because anything less and the transformers won't be large enough to fit a decently thick wire in.

Grover Chubbycheeks: There will never be a zombie apocalypse!!

LEGO CREATIONS: Honey, wheres the microwave? (The guy) Ill go over to mikes house...

Anthony McClanahan: Say I have 6 awg wire would I need to make the same amount of wraps as he did should I take one from the height... Or does it in the long run even make what gauge wire I use for the secondary

ShoeRyan: Arc welding is an umbrella term. Almost all modern welding techniques use some type of an electrical arc. In the past, forge welding and other methods were used to join metal. Stick welding, known formally as 'shielded metal arc welding', was the first method of arc welding that was widespread and well-known. As a result, it ended up being associated with the name 'arc' welding. However, in today's plethora of available welding methods, it is an ignorant term. Other welding techniques common to the industry include: 'Gas metal arc welding' (Which is also broken into sub categories), 'Gas tungsten arc welding', 'Flux-cored arc welding', and 'Gas shielded flux-cored arc welding'. Notice the use of the word 'arc'?

HuckleB680: I'm surprised you haven't gotten cancer from doing all this stuff.

bergweg: What kind of metals can you weld with these welding rods?

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James Wright: you should never weld galvanized steel the fumes are deadly.

Kiana Reid: Do more melting things

POLAR BEAR METAL FABRICATION: NO welding galvanized steel. Vapors from zinc can kill

POLAR BEAR METAL FABRICATION: I solved the puzzle with my  Sawzall.

POLAR BEAR METAL FABRICATION: Remove the mill scale with a wire wheel or cup brush where the ground clamp connects.

Duck Duckington: no comments?

Jordan Davidson: I had a heart attack when he said he was welding galvanized nails. Welding galvanized metals is toxic.

RadicalRacing HD: Don't weld galvanized steel. It can cause problems such as illness and in worst cases death. If you do weld galvanized then you must make sure you have excellent ventilation
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