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    This ain't yer ballon grade helium.


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    One thing I find extremely enjoyable about TIG welding is the endless tweaking I can do. Whether it's a slight pause before or after a dip, change in cadence, change in travel speed, change in filler size and how much is pushed per dip, change in tungsten geometry, slight change in arc length, or any of the other variables in an endless list, every little change is reflected in the as-cast metal. Sometimes the changes are deliberate, and sometimes they are completely by accident. Sometimes I'll look at a bead and ask myself what I just did differently, and then, more importantly, ask myself if I can do it again. It's a path of endless learning. Today was one of those fun little breakthroughs.
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    I was able to get my nerd on with three of the best weldors and teachers in the world on the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast this week. There isn't a ton of bike content, but if you ever wondered what weldors think and obsess about, here is your chance to get into that scary world.

    Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast: Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast Episode 13 Mike Zanconato
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    Quote Originally Posted by zank View Post
    I was able to get my nerd on with three of the best weldors and teachers in the world on the Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast this week. There isn't a ton of bike content, but if you ever wondered what weldors think and obsess about, here is your chance to get into that scary world.

    Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast: Welding Tips and Tricks Podcast Episode 13 Mike Zanconato
    I know next to nothing about welding, but listened to the whole thing (got real lost in the more technical parts), and it will also give you a good idea of what drives Mike and what his process is. Definitely worth it and makes me glad I have a Zank incoming shortly.
     

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    Nice chatting with you today at ssap (I'm the guy that was all banged up)
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