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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    I'm both happy and pissed.

    I got some stock from work to build a fire wood box on castors so I can store it under the smoker which is next to the oven and I and wheel it out to the fire pit when needed. It will also make it easier to load it when empty.

    Happy that I started and got a couple good welds down. Pissed that the others look like a dog's breakfast. So out canes the grinder to clean then up.

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    Are you using gasless wire in a mig or stick welding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nissannewby View Post
    Are you using gasless wire in a mig or stick welding?
    Gasless

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Gasless

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    A lot of gasless needs the polarity to be reversed. So the electrode into the negative and the earth clamp into the positive. This will help to settle it down and make it run smoother for you. But it is always best to check the manufacturers instructions as the electrode polarity will be in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nissannewby View Post
    A lot of gasless needs the polarity to be reversed. So the electrode into the negative and the earth clamp into the positive. This will help to settle it down and make it run smoother for you. But it is always best to check the manufacturers instructions as the electrode polarity will be in them.
    Yeah I know. It's set up for gasless. I can reverse it and run a gas bottle, but if I can weld as good as some of what did today consistently I'll be happy

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    I never had much luck with gasless. Always sketchy. I bought a TIG and never looked back.
    My advice is: not to follow my advice.

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    Sorry @MudRunnerTD I only just saw your post , yeah we took heaps of before , during & after pics , the wife is onto the insurance company about it . Iíll let you know how we get on .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Yeah I know. It's set up for gasless. I can reverse it and run a gas bottle, but if I can weld as good as some of what did today consistently I'll be happy

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    Buy a gas bottle mate, heaps better. No comparison...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Buy a gas bottle mate, heaps better. No comparison...
    Guy at work has the same welder and has no issues using it as a gasless. I'll try a new tip and see how it goes. Besides the last roll of wire I brought was a 15kg roll of gasless wire, if it's still giving me issues I'll change to gas when I need more wire..

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    Theres no issues with using it gasless agreed. but using with gas is easier and a much better weld.

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    I work on my pharmacy project with coworker. I am tired always work with glitched apps. I prefer to used help of full experienced developers especially during making serious apps like ehr or how to not spam forums for beginners. We know that ehalthcare is an ambiguous industry that magically combines innovative treatment with legacy software. Even in developed countries, hospitals often fail to provide digital interactions.
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