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Unread 07-01-2013, 01:42 PM   #16
mcneil
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I tried cutting back the weaving a bit and slowed down; penetration did improve (as viewed from the back). Here's 1/4", preheated to ~400F, Miller 135 running .030 wire




Also, kind of hard to see in this pic but I added a 1" long piece of heavy wall tube to give clearance for a nut & washer at that part where my weld got too close to the hole.




And this concludes all the heavy frame fab work - thanks for all the help everyone!

Here's the motor sitting in the frame:


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