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Superior 370GFKL Precision Arc Goatskin Leather Welding Gloves with Kevlar Lining, TIG Welding Gloves, Large (1 Pair)

by Superior Glove Works Ltd
Price: $24.95 Buy Now

Features:
  • APPLICATIONS: Our welding gloves are designed for fine MIG or TIG welding, steel foundries and stainless-steel welding.
  • SAFETY RATINGS: These welding gloves are ASTM ANSI Cut Level A2, ASTM ANSI Puncture Resistance Level 3 and ASTM ANSI Heat Level 3.
  • GOATSKIN LEATHER: Our best welding gloves are incredibly tough and durable while providing that fine sense of touch and dexterity so critical for welders.

Product description

The Superior Endura Goatskin TIG Welder with Kevlar Lining brings together some of the most sophisticated materials available today, for a high-functioning, form-fitting welding glove like no other. KEVLAR-lined throughout along with Goatskin Leather, this welders glove brings together the best of both worlds: they’re durable, cut resistant and best of all, highly flexible TIG welding gloves. Goatskin leather offers more dexterity and better touch sensitivity, which is so critical for MIG welders. Wide fitting, split-cowhide gauntlet cuffs for easy donning. Great protection and styling, all without sacrificing dexterity and touch sensitivity. Available in sizes M-XL.



1/8” ZENA NO-Gas Stainless to Stainless to All Super Strength Arc Welding Rods

by ZENA, Incorporated
Price: $17.95 Buy Now

Features:
  • Suitable for welding ALL steels. - This rod is the absolute ultimate computer engineered, high alloy electrode for welding every known grade of steel using every known stick electrode power source! --- This is the first truly AC-DC mineral-coated high alloy rod that can be used by anyone regardless of prior welding experience. -- The key is an arc so ionized that you cannot short it out!
  • Typical Apps: - Horizontal fillet welds in all grades of construction steels. - Welding every know grade of tool steel including pre-hardened types. - Joining abrasion resistant steels, Hadfield and other austenitic manganese steels. - Joining heat and corrosion resisting steels. - Mending specialized iron-base castings with high carbon contents. - Repairing and fabricating all types of tools and dies
  • Because of the exceptional strength and crack resistance of welds made with these rods, they are ideal for repairing tools, dies, spring steel, and for joining all types of dissimilar metal combinations -- except for Aluminum and Copper alloys. These rods are also recommended for repairing worn parts and as an underlay for hard-facing.

Product description

Highly versatile arc welding rods with an engineered deposit chemistry that offers superior crack resistance and performance when joining dissimilar steels. -- High chromium, nickel alloy for use with AC or DC reverse polarity in all positions. - Weld deposits of exceptional strength (almost 2X of average rod). -- Tensile Strength 128,000 psi (880 N/mm2) (Work Hardened 90,000 psi / 630 N/mm2) -- Yield Strength 90,000 psi (630 N/mm2) -- Elongation 32% -- Reduction of area 32% -- Hardness Brinell 225 - Weld with: - DC reverse (electrode positive) or AC -- Recommended Amps: Min 60 Max 110 -- Maintains strength and corrosion resistance at high and low temps. - Balanced metallurgical structure produces high crack resistance under toughest welding conditions and service apps. - Good wear resistance, overlays take a high polish, and it's one of the best materials for welding dissimilar metals. - Welds at very low amperages, reducing distortion, base metal dilution - and its low heat input keeps thermal stresses in joints at a minimum. -- Special flux formula eliminates slag interference in horizontal fillets and produces slag designed to turn to powder - making these electrodes ideal for stud pull applications. -- Recommended Techniques: - Clean weld area to be free of rust, grease, paint, or other materials which can cause weld contamination. - NOT necessary to grind flame cut edges. - Adjust amperage to recommended range for electrode size. - Tilt electrode 15 degrees in the direction of travel. - Maintain a short arc length and use stringer beads. - For rapid filleting, raise amperage slightly and drag weld inclining the electrode 45 degrees in the direction of travel. - Back whip craters and remove slag between passes. - A 90 degree V-joint should be used when joining heavy sections. - Upon cooling, slag can easily be removed by light chipping and brushing. - Use Flat, Horizontal, Vertical Up, and Overhead Positions.








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Lexus adds RC 200t, RC 300 AWD for 2016 10/02/15, via Autoblog (blog)

Laser screw welding, additional spot welding and special body adhesives all do their part to help give the RC a strong body. High-rigidity structural adhesive is used to help .. As part of the door design, the RC has black belt-line molding on the

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Prison Without Punishment 09/25/15, via The Marshall Project

He told the Albuquerque Journal that when solitary is overused, “all you're doing now is creating a socially isolated human being that's going to go back to your neighborhood” and commit more crimes (one study found such prisoners are twice as likely

Tig Welding Tips - UA41 6g Pipe Welding Test (re-uploaded)

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To order a Tig Finger, go to http://weldmongerstore. com/ for more detailed info go to http://www. com/6g-weld-test-ua41. html The UA-41 pipe.

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Welding For Dummies

Welding For Dummies

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1963 15 Window Walk Thru Deluxe -

Reluctantly Ive decided to test the water with selling my 1962 built (1963 model) 15 window deluxe walkthru bus. The bus is a much loved member of our family and has never wanted for anything since we purchased it a 3 years ago. We were the first real owners of the bus in the UK after it had been imported from the US a few years previously and sat since. We processed the registration and the bus is 100% road legal in the UK and ready to be driven. When we purchased the bus we had every conceivable piece of welding that it needed as it was quite rusty. There is zero rust in the bus, just the surface patina on the exterior of the body. The list of items replaced during the restoration includes the following:. * Left and right cab floors. * Front arch inner repairs. * Front seat belt anchor repairs. * All floor supports and top hat sections. * Front and rear outriggers and jacking points. * Complete rear cargo floor. * Front floor mod to clear steering box arm. * Lower inner supports. * Inner B post. * Inner sill and outer long sill. * Lower bulkhead repair panel and lower rear tub section. * Rear lower tub splash plate. * Lower rear corner and gas bottle panel. * Left side tray repairs. * Inner and outer lower B posts. * Lower bulkhead panel. * Inner sill. * Inner support panel and cargo door sill. * Lower short 1/4 sill. * Rear tub lower section. * Rear tub rear splash plate. * Side tray repairs and lower rear corner. After the welding was completed we had the underside of the bus sand blasted, stone chip coated and painting in the original sealing wax red for protection. The bus was also given a complete mechanical overhaul with the following parts:. * Brand new 5 narrowed front beam with raised and shortened center pin from Airevalley Speed Shop. * Dropped Spindles built by Airevalley Speed Shop. * All new accelerator, clutch and handbrake cables. * All new brake hydraulics hoses and solid lines. * Porsche 944 front disk brakes with rebuilt callipers. * Brand new Porsche pattern rear drums with all new internals. * All nuts and bolts underneath (that are safe to do so) were replaced with stainless steel. * Powder coated items such as spring plates, gearbox cradle, front beam and trailing arms. * 2x 3 point inertia seat belts in the rear. * Westy style hammock over the front seats. * Front safari windows. * Safari dissengager spindles so they disengage from inside the bus, not the spindle extensions that go outside. * New wiper arms and blades. * All new body to frame seals on all popout windows, buttys seals for the safaris and new seals for the fixed windows. All floors, and all panels and doors. Trying to keep the buses originality has always been a major part of owning it for us with all the original door cards and panels still in place as well as the original front seat covers (currently covered with blankets as theyre quite worn). We also have the rear bench seats, however the middle seat had had its back cut off before we bought it. Both front and rear floor mats are in place too. As youll see from the photos the bus is quite low. This is another area where considerable time and energy was put into making sure this was done correctly and safely with no corners cut. We had a steering box raise fitted (with the steering column shortened to match), front tubs (with modified seat frames so the slider works), front chassis notches (with strengthening plate), gearbox/rear cradle bar shortened, boxed in and smoothed. The bus was built to drive well at a low height. The bus doesnt have a headliner and is missing the deluxe clock. All body work and paint blending on the bus was done by Trailer Queen Restorations in Bude, UK. This included the supply of the front tubs too. Since being finished the bus has been featured in Volksworld magazine and was also the cover car on that months magazine (November 2014), has taken us to a fair amount of shows and recently covered a 1000 mile trip around Northern Europe after Le... More pictures of the bus can be seen.

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Westin 31-5270 E-Series Bull Bar Stainless Steel
Westin 31-5270 E-Series Bull Bar Stainless Steel

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Bull Bar E-Series Bull Bar E-Series Bull Bar; 3 in. Dia.; Polished Stainless Steel; FEATURES: Mount Kit Included Made Of 3 in. Diameter Stainless Steel Tubing Black Bull Bar Comes With Removable Textured Black Skid Plate Stainless Steel Bull Bar Comes w/Removable Brushed Skid Plate 2 Light Mounting Points On The Top Of Center Bar 20 in. LED Light Mounting Brackets Sold Separately License Plate Re-locator Sold Separately Fully Welded Cross Tube Westin Automotive Products, Incorporated is a manufacturer of premium quality truck and SUV accessories. We sell directly to reputable warehouse distributors and chain retailers, who in turn provide the best service to consumers, offering the widest selection of inventory and quick delivery. It is the Mission of Westin Automotive Products, Inc. to provide its customers with high demand products through the promotion of sales. Marketing programs that build brand awareness and customer loyalty support this promotion all the while maintaining the product quality that earned us our place in the industry. Today there are many choices available from a wide variety of suppliers and we know the decision making process is becoming all the more confusing. In fact, during meeting, we are often asked What makes Westin different from all the other competitors in the truck accessory market? or more simply put; Why Westin? In order to answer this question we would like you to consider the following: Over 33 years; The most complete line of Step-Up products in the broadest range of materials; Over 8 styles of Grille Guards to choose from; Consumer and Trade advertising; Authorized Dealer Program; Email Broadcasts Competitively priced products and programs; A proven record of consistent fill rates of over 90%. THATS WHY!

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Westin 31-5600 E-Series Bull Bar Stainless Steel
Westin 31-5600 E-Series Bull Bar Stainless Steel

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Bull Bar E-Series Bull Bar E-Series Bull Bar; 3 in. Dia.; Polished Stainless Steel; FEATURES: Mount Kit Included Made Of 3 in. Diameter Stainless Steel Tubing Black Bull Bar Comes With Removable Textured Black Skid Plate Stainless Steel Bull Bar Comes w/Removable Brushed Skid Plate 2 Light Mounting Points On The Top Of Center Bar 20 in. LED Light Mounting Brackets Sold Separately License Plate Re-locator Sold Separately Fully Welded Cross Tube Westin Automotive Products, Incorporated is a manufacturer of premium quality truck and SUV accessories. We sell directly to reputable warehouse distributors and chain retailers, who in turn provide the best service to consumers, offering the widest selection of inventory and quick delivery. It is the Mission of Westin Automotive Products, Inc. to provide its customers with high demand products through the promotion of sales. Marketing programs that build brand awareness and customer loyalty support this promotion all the while maintaining the product quality that earned us our place in the industry. Today there are many choices available from a wide variety of suppliers and we know the decision making process is becoming all the more confusing. In fact, during meeting, we are often asked What makes Westin different from all the other competitors in the truck accessory market? or more simply put; Why Westin? In order to answer this question we would like you to consider the following: Over 33 years; The most complete line of Step-Up products in the broadest range of materials; Over 8 styles of Grille Guards to choose from; Consumer and Trade advertising; Authorized Dealer Program; Email Broadcasts Competitively priced products and programs; A proven record of consistent fill rates of over 90%. THATS WHY!

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Weld County Veterans Memorial in need of donations for repairs, revitalization - 09/26/15, via The Tribune

Stan Cass and Rick Wertz worry about what will happen to the Weld County Veterans Memorial in Bittersweet Park after they’re gone. They were there for ... refurbish the memorial with LED lighting and stainless steel accents. The railings that surround ...

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I thought it was about time I took a photo of the things I've been brazing with. Torch Harris 19-6-GB Handle, H-19-2S Mixer, D-50-C Tube. The handle is quite big compared to some of the tiny lightweight aircraft style oxy acetylene torches you see but it does the job. If I was doing fillet brazing I might find it a bit big but I haven't tried that yet. I'd be more interested in changing the hoses for some thinner ones because they seem quite cumbersome. I picked mine up from Rapid Welding Tips 1390-2 = 1.4mm hole, 2mm end 1390-3 = 1.7mm hole, 2.8mm end 1390-5 = 2.4mm hole, 3.4mm end 1390-6 = 2.6mm hole, 3.7mm end 1390-8 = 3.2mm hole, 3.8mm end 1390-9 = 3.2mm hole, 4.6mm end 1390-10 = 3.4mm hole, 4.8mm end 1390-H = 11 x 0.9mm, 6.7mm end, multiport or rosebud These are propane tips with a recess in the end to help keep the flame attached. I've listed the diameter of the hole and the diameter of the recess in the end. I ended up buying most of the available tips because I had no...
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Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: Space Shuttle Enterprise (view of main engines from starboard side)
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: Space Shuttle Enterprise (view of main engines from starboard side)
See more photos of this, and the Wikipedia article. Details, quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Space Shuttle Enterprise: Manufacturer: Rockwell International Corporation Country of Origin: United States of America Dimensions: Overall: 57 ft. tall x 122 ft. long x 78 ft. wing span, 150,000 lb. (1737.36 x 3718.57 x 2377.44cm, 68039.6kg) Materials: Aluminum airframe and body with some fiberglass features; payload bay doors are graphite epoxy composite; thermal tiles are simulated (polyurethane foam) except for test samples of actual tiles and thermal blankets. The first Space Shuttle orbiter, "Enterprise," is a full-scale test vehicle used for flights in the atmosphere and tests on the ground; it is not equipped for spaceflight. Although the airframe and flight control elements are like those of the Shuttles flown in space, this vehicle has no propulsion system and only simulated thermal tiles because these features were not needed for...
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Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: rocket missile in space exhibit
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: rocket missile in space exhibit
Various rockets, missiles & drones; hover your mouse over the image for captions from the National Air & Space Museum's Rocketry Collection. In no particular order, the ones I think I've identified here include the following: • Raytheon Standard Missile 3 • Model, Missile, Patriot Advanced Capability-2 (PAC-2) (GEM) + • Poseidon C-3 Missile • RTV-N-15 drone • XKD5G-1 Target Drone • Skeet (KDC-2) • Gorgon IIC Missile • Lark Missile • Gorgon IIA Missile • Gargoyle Missile
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