I can't say this worked for me, as I still haven't bought a welder,
but I bought "Welder's Handbook" by Richard Finch based on the
reccomendations of several people. The book is easy to read and
understand as wel as covering several types of welding.
On 1/4/06, Paul Parkanzky <email@example.com> wrote:
> My FIL got me a Victor portable oxy-acetylene outfit for Christmas
> this year. A very cool gift.
> I know enough to be able to set it up and cut metal, which of course
> is going to be its primary purpose, but I thought that it would be
> fun to learn to weld with gas. So is there a favorite book out there
> for me to buy to pick up the basics? I don't have time to take a
> class, or I would. And really, I'd be more likely to use a stick
> welder or a MIG to actually weld when it counts. But I think gas
> welding would be a good arrow to add to my quiver.
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