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Tools, the shop, and (welding)

To: spridgets@autox.team.net
Subject: Tools, the shop, and (welding)
Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2002 01:35:23 EDT
Hey folks, eat your heart out.............

Momma said, "you can never be too rich, too thin, or have too many tools".....

Well, today I am the proud owner of my latest welder...... (probably my 
last).... it is a Miller 250 MIG... Got it slightly used for 1/3 of the new 
price with goodies.  It is now added to my Miller TIG (which also does ARC), 
and my GAS welding/brazing/torch.

I can now donate my 295 ARC to my son and get on with life...........

Precision TIG:      steel, stainless, brass, copper, alunimium
ARC (via the TIG machine) for heavy multiple passes on big stock (really not 
competative with MIG)
Production MIG   steel. stainless, alunimium
Torch (big time)   up to, or more than cutting a rail road rail and down to 
clean 3/32"
Brazing for those "sh..t jobs"
Gas welding for some light stuff although it will do trailer hitches if I 
don't want to go portable with one of the electrical machines.

Hell, I may's well hang up a shingle..... cept my boss is real picky about my 

John Carey

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