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This is an informative video, thank you for making it available to us.
Cleaning the Gun prior to work, prior to breaks, and prior to making a
video would be best practice. Using Google Translate to read and respond to
Posts seldom works out well. Look at the Videos from the Competitor's
Channel, no where near as good and many hateful comments.
Repliers please note: Most of the Instructors who taught me to weld had
between 20 to 50 years work experience as a Welder (and not as another
Tradesperson that happens to include the use of Welding in their Trade,
from time to time).
Some of my Instructors earned a days pay per hour welding pipe in Alberta.
When they had Vacation Time guess where they went. I mention this so (some
of) you know which School I attended.
My attendance at Trade School was without absence and my Marks are 90%. in
addition I have Papers issued by the Government and all position from CWB
in two processes (and 3 in another). I am not the best (by far, and much
better than most, by far) but I already have enough trouble finding
adequate Wages, thus I need not know no more until that changes.´╗┐
Pretty clear that neither of you two have run much MIG. Miller did not lie.
There is far less spatter in pulsed than in straight MIG. Having the 350P
and using the machine is much give more insight than than judging by
watching a video. Pulsed is to MIG what MIG is to stick. ´╗┐
Your an idiot. Try welding with pulsed mig first. Then open your mouth. Its
one of the best advancements in welding history. And most military
contracts, pressure vessels, and heavy aluminum jobs require pulsed mig.
Very interesting Rob...
I don't know of any military contracts, pressure vessel, or aluminum pulse
requirements. If you qualify a process, you can run it. Done work on all of
the above. Have yet to be told that GMAW-P is the only approved process.
Rob, I suggest you apologize... This includes armor solutions, pressure
vessels, military aluminum work, HSLA, I can keep going, but I think you
get my point. If the military requires it, why do TACOM weld codes not
consider the pulse parameters essential variables???
Your an idiot. Try welding with pulsed. Then open your mouth. Its one of
the best advancements in welding history.
FAIL. As the narrator says the words "eliminates spatter" at 1:43 you can
see a bunch of spatter tumbling out of the arc. And just look at all the
spatter clinging to the inside of the nozzle in that segment. Miller, your
customers don't appreciate being lied to. Clearly, even your engineers are
not smart enough to get your equipment to operate the way your marketing
division says it should.