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You must maintain the correct and uniform distance from the nozzle to the work. You adjust the wire speed to keep the wire from hitting the work too hard.
Oxygen is NOT combustable. You need to open ALL valves fully except for fuel valves (acetylene and propane) because some valves do not seal around the stem when they are partially open.
With concrete, 'cut it' is properly refereed to as screeding.
This has a lot more to do with how to hold a threaded rod without destroying the threads than it has to do with removing a stuck nut. This is only ONE instance of a stuck nut. I found this instruct-able and was severely disappointed. A more responsible title would be "Securely holding a threaded rod". The only decent rust penetrating "oil" is Kroil. Also, when you clamp the locked nuts in the vice, ONLY clamp the one towards the nut you are trying to remove. If you notice in your picture, the flats on the two nuts are not aligned. When you clamp both, you can either loosen or overtighten the locking nuts. By holding the inside nut, it self tightens itself against the other nut.
If you want to keep the hydrogen and oxygen gas separate tor try to use if for a torch and mix it at the torch, you can separate the anode and cathode horizontally. Oxygen will form at one and hydrogen at the other (it has been over 30 years since I got my BS in Chem and I have never been employed as a chemist or I could tell you which would form at which electrode.) Just collect the separate gases at each electrode, and mix them where you want them.
I smoke a lot of other stuff, but to me, smoking ribs does not enhance them in any way. If you notice, the above cooking takes almost 3 hours if not more. I run the grill about 250 degrees, so it is low and slow.
Dude, you don't have a ground in that box, only a neutral. You can't wire a NEMA 6-50 to that box. You did get lucky on one part. 8 ga is ONLY good for 45 amps, but with a welder, you can de-rate the wire. YOU have to put clamps on the wire where it goes through holes to prevent the wire from pulling out and rubbing to wear away the insulation. You also mount your recepticle in a box. I ALWAYS use 6 ga wire and 50 amp breakers for wiring a NEMA 6-50 or 14-50.
Since the two blades of the recepticle are both hot, it does not matter.
I used to go to the trouble of smoking my ribs. I use turbinado sugar (probably shouldn't post that, now everyone will have better ribs) and just do them in a grill. 45 minutes bone side down, 30 minutes bone side up, and then wrap them in foil until done (about 1 hr 30 minutes).
No. It is a complete tested $2800 kit with electronics, computer, controller, and 620 oz motors that he is using.
With tape and plastic straps on there, in no time the transformer will fly off in an unintened direction and screw up something other than what you were trying to screw up. If you want to use tape to attach the transformer, use the tape to attach it to the nearest set of balls so that it isn't swung with much force.
My son and I are building a CNC plasma table. The working area is 4'x8' He is opting to buy the controls.
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