Discussion in 'Wrenchin' Secrets' started by HeavensDevil, Jul 12, 2019.
Thank you sir. I stay 2 hrs late everyday and go in on Saturdays,, gotta love it!
Oh yeah..... that definitely makes a difference! Too bad you don't live close to me...………. I could keep you real busy!! LOL
Some of my stuff. I don't weld near as often or as well as you, but I try.
Steve, you work still looks better than the boogers I seem to lay down. Once in a while, when the moon is full, the shop doo is propped open just so, my belt is just tight enough and I sing just the right words, I can lay down a good bead.
Nothing like Heavensdevil though.
I got the old Lincoln 225 Tombstone welder for that. I like it just fine and lay some nice beads with it. The Eastwood 175 Mig and spool gun leaves much to be desired but it will stick stuff together. Took a welding course as a sort of refresher at the local Votech. Using the high $ machines there makes you see how really crappy the stuff at home is.
Those old transformer machines are rugged, I do like to burn some 7018s. I run a Miller at home and Fronius(best of the best IMO) at work but you can't beat those new green Everlast machines for the money right now for the guy doing stuff at home.
Thanks for taking the time to put some pix up Steve! That would be awesome but currently working and living in a different hemisphere makes it difficult haha
L O L
As promised here you go Benny
Spot welder and presses for inserts/studs/nutserts etc..
Where the magic happens
I don't have a pic of the corner where our linishers, drills, slip roll and vertical mill is. Its always a mess anyway. We're not a massive shop, just a few dudes playing with cool toys..
I guess I might as well post the office if I'm going all out
We made the driving simulator, of course you gotta have stainless exhaust on it!
Do have to remove shoes when entering the workshop?
It looks really clean and in good order. I might be old school, but I pay attention to cleaniness and order in a workshop before I place an order. My experience is, that the quality of the work and the pride in craftmanship are reflected in the shape the workshop is kept.
Man this is amazing! Really love it!! Thanks for the pics!
I absolutely agree on that! It is my credo as well!
Well I have to say I worked in a job shop and it looked nothing like that. The equpipment yes but not all brand new stuff and you wouldn't be picking up your sandwich and taking a bite if it fell on the floor. I was in the office putting on the jobs and doing the cad work.
I just got a 135 mig last year so I can stick things together but it's not pretty, that's what the grinder is for, lol.
Here is the garage I am the aftersales manager for (usually there are other cars on the lifts )
But I have to admit my office is not nearly as cool as yours!!
Lots of practice. I can lay down some pretty good beads with both of my migs but I’m still practicing on my tig. I would say a few more months of working with the tig and I can make something that looks half decent. Nothing like you or Steve though. That will be a year or 2 down the road.
Holler if you get stuck.
Interesting floor. I like it! I see the speaker on the wall, gotta let the boys play their music
It's easy to keep clean. In the background right in the corner you can see the floor cleaning machine
Yes we do have internet radio and sometimes they can choose the radio station!
We could use some of your shop furniture on the walls haha
Cones kick my ass everytime
Its difficult to get good pix of welds