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Very nice of you to say! Thank you!Indeed, I didn't pay enough attention at first to the amperage settings. I'm starting to get the hang of it now, being more familiar with my welder.I recently had another issue, which you might have some tips for. A bunch of my rodes were unusable due to (I think) high humidity exposure. I tried to dry them out by placing them for many days, over my appartment's heaters, and for several hours on top of a halogen light. But it has not worked. Appart from putting them into the oven (which is not really appealing to me, because I cook in it, and therefore could be pretty unhealthy...?), would you have any suggestions for a recovery? Is it recoverable? (even though I realise that I should have been more careful on the storage...)Thanks again!
A bit... :) But only because it slipped of the pieces of wood at some point.
Big thanks to everyone of you!I'm glad you like it!
;) Thanks a lot!I have to admit that I tend to smile every time I change the oil filter now... :)
Thanks!I have done a few other little welding projects since, and I found that working with metal kind of opens a door in that direction. Gives acces to a great diversity of applications and therefore (I think), creations, but also fixing and mending things. This is an excellent activity in that sense, and is very satisfying!
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