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NOTE: THIS DEVICE HAS BEEN DISMANTLED IN DECEMBER 2010, TO MAKE THIS OTHER, THAT IS BETTER. This torch is inspired in the work of Phil B: http://www.instructables.com/id/Make_a_carbon_arc_torch_for_your_220_volt_stick_we/ I ...
A piece of thick wire. I bought a 60 Amps, 1 meter. It can be shorter. A spring clip, in proportion to the cable.A piece of wood 1 ...
Make a hole to the spring clip for the screw, pass it and secure it with the nut. The head of the screw must be inside a spring ...
The other end of the cable must be soaked with tin, in this way it don't will disassemble whit the use.This end of the cable must enter in ...
It works!!But if one is clumsy using metal electrodes, remains clumsy with carbon electrode ("the monkey, though silk dress, monkey is.").
The thing works, but I must learn to use it. I wonder if it will be easier to learn welding with normal electrodes.
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