Given the skill and equipment, welding is the way to
It's not fear, rather respect for the skill and
training that good welding requires.
--- Trevor Boicey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Carter Shore wrote:
> > Hmm, good points, but but the bottom line is
> > and ease of application vs welding.
> ...and to which I reply that *NOTHING* is easier,
> and cheaper than welding. I can't imagine drilling
> all kinds
> of holes, fuddling with rivets and so on, and I even
> an air powered rivet gun! Pick up the MIG welder and
> move on to something else.
> This brings me back to my original point which I
> stand by.
> The only people who seem to prefer other methods
> panel joining are either financially unable to buy a
> or just generally afraid of the whole welding thing.
> Make your own decision, but I highly suggest that
> you really are trying to defend rivetting body
> together, you are simply trying VERY hard in your
> to convince yourself that you don't need to learn to
> weld, and letting the facts bend around your wishes.
> Trevor Boicey, P. Eng.
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