Count on me for $10
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From: "john matthews" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 9:45 AM
Subject: RE: meek MIG melting aluminum? MJB welder fund
> >Lately I've been welding up miscellaneous brackets, mountings, exhaust
> >hangers and such with my little MIG welder. Its a Craftsman 85 amp model
> >my wife gave me for my birthday or Christmas some number of years ago.
> >Am I just being silly thinking such a low output box could weld on
> >panels in the 0.050 - 0.100 inch range?
> Hi Mark,
> Thanks for all the great work over the years....
> When is your birthday? This is what you need.
> The time you spend learning to MIG aluminum would be better spent learning
> TIG (IMHO).
> If it's just a one time thing you could farm out the work, but if you want
> to learn check out the local trade schools. They can get you started with
> the right equipment and techniques.
> I too bang on computers all day. There's something satisifying about going
> into the shop and sticking pieces of metal together.
> I have a cheap Harbor Freight welder in my shop, but I really feel the Fat
> Chance Garage deserves something better.... I'll pledge $10 right now
> towards getting you the unit listed above. If 149 other list members will
> the same you'll be set.
> We really should do something special for you!!!!
> What do you think guys? Can we do it? MJB welder fund?
> John Matthews
> list member since 1995
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