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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #140 on: July 20, 2017, 01:19:51 pm »
Washington Alloy also has a spec sheet on the AZ92A.    Mag rod
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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #141 on: July 20, 2017, 01:23:54 pm »
Looks like a square wave invertor.     That should work good.
PP 505, 475, 445.
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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #142 on: July 28, 2017, 11:01:37 pm »
Been busy with job, but yesterday had time to make a ruck for the welder, have already drawn a design with a CAD last week.
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Shelf plates in the middle and the top are cantilevered, so that work around the welder will be easier. But welding was not very easy job to me, since the bars tend to lean after corner welding on each of the jointing points, distortion! Tried to avoid distortion by adding/applying back plate to keep the right angles.
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Painted it in yellow, which I love most amongst many colors, for a machine to be used for my chainsaw, lol.

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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #143 on: July 28, 2017, 11:38:30 pm »
Nice work Chy and the yellow looks good.
PP 505, 475, 445.
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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #144 on: July 29, 2017, 01:02:07 am »
Nice work Chy and the yellow looks good.
Thank you Roger, but yet can not afford a tube for argon, a large one for 7 square meters is not very cheap here. Cant wait too long ! lol.
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(Dolmar) 123,PS 7900
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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #145 on: July 29, 2017, 09:16:55 am »
Roger, sorry I overlooked these couple of informative posts.

Washington Alloy also has a spec sheet on the AZ92A.    Mag rod
Yes I am watching one, says "Shielding Gas: Argon is preferred. Argon-Helium mixtures may be used but Helium alone will cause a lot of spatter and arc turbulence."
But seldom see this mag rods from the Washington Alloy on the net, even this site(Amazon) doe not show AZ92A, but AZ61A instead.
https://www.amazon.com/Washington-Alloy/pages/11457532011
When I put the key words like 'Washington Alloy AZ92A' on Amazon site, it shows one with the title 'B06XP17F4L'. The spec shows this comprises of a lot of mag, e.g. 89% Magnesium, 8.5% Aluminum 2.0% Zinc, Traces of Manganese, Copper, and Nickel.
But I can not see any word ' AZ92A' on this page. why?

On the other hand, the most frequently coming is that from Blue Demon,,,,


Looks like a square wave invertor.     That should work good.
I think you mean the Hitachi's Inverter Pair that I lately got, don't you Roger?

Chy

p.s.
Found a spec sheet at the makers site,
http://www.weldingwire.com/Images/Interior/documentlibrary/magnesium%20alloys.pdf
which tells
 
their AS92A has;
Mag : Remainder
Al : 8.3 to 9.7 %
Zn : 1.7 to 2.3 %,

while their AZ61A has;
Mag : Remainder
Al : 5.8 to 7.2 %
Zn : 0.4 to 1.5 %.

So the one I quoted above, which has been appeared on the Amazon site with the title 'B06XP17F4L' seems to be very close to AZ92A.
But the price they say is odd to me, they say
"Price:    $9,999.99 & FREE Shipping ", no way! hope it's a joke!


(McCulloch) PM6,PM320,SP40,PM484,10-10A,PM610,35A,47,300,450,PM800,1-70,1-80,740,740(mod),795,SP125C
(Echo) CS-302,CS-502EVL,CS-60S,CS-601S VL,CS-803EVL,CS-803EVL(mod),CS-651T
(Homelite) DM 50,Super Mini S,Super XL-9225,Super 1050
(Partner) 1614/Mini P,R417T,S55,R14T,R12,R12,K12S,
(Stihl) MS-180C,08S,070AV,084AV
(Shindaiwa) Pecker A110,E305AV
(Dolmar) 123,PS 7900
(Jonsereds) 49SP,455
(Husqvarna) 550XP
(Tanaka) TCS-33EDTP
(Makita) EK-900
(Alpina) A40

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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #146 on: July 29, 2017, 09:25:47 pm »
Yes I am referring to the wave form that your welder is capable of putting out.   Square wave as oppose to sine wave.
PP 505, 475, 445.

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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #147 on: July 30, 2017, 01:13:10 am »
Yes I am referring to the wave form that your welder is capable of putting out.   Square wave as oppose to sine wave.
Thanks Roger, and what is your presumption to the price of the rod above?
Chy

(McCulloch) PM6,PM320,SP40,PM484,10-10A,PM610,35A,47,300,450,PM800,1-70,1-80,740,740(mod),795,SP125C
(Echo) CS-302,CS-502EVL,CS-60S,CS-601S VL,CS-803EVL,CS-803EVL(mod),CS-651T
(Homelite) DM 50,Super Mini S,Super XL-9225,Super 1050
(Partner) 1614/Mini P,R417T,S55,R14T,R12,R12,K12S,
(Stihl) MS-180C,08S,070AV,084AV
(Shindaiwa) Pecker A110,E305AV
(Dolmar) 123,PS 7900
(Jonsereds) 49SP,455
(Husqvarna) 550XP
(Tanaka) TCS-33EDTP
(Makita) EK-900
(Alpina) A40

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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #148 on: July 30, 2017, 03:48:42 pm »
Yes I am referring to the wave form that your welder is capable of putting out.   Square wave as oppose to sine wave.
Thanks Roger, and what is your presumption to the price of the rod above?
Chy

I have no idea since you live where prices may be completely different from here in the States. 
PP 505, 475, 445.

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Re: Welding Chainsaw Parts
« Reply #149 on: July 31, 2017, 05:09:31 am »
Yes I am referring to the wave form that your welder is capable of putting out.   Square wave as oppose to sine wave.
Thanks Roger, and what is your presumption to the price of the rod above?
Chy
I have no idea since you live where prices may be completely different from here in the States.
Thanks Roger, yes it's the price on your side, but only wonder if that 9999.99 bucks for the rods is a reality!?

(McCulloch) PM6,PM320,SP40,PM484,10-10A,PM610,35A,47,300,450,PM800,1-70,1-80,740,740(mod),795,SP125C
(Echo) CS-302,CS-502EVL,CS-60S,CS-601S VL,CS-803EVL,CS-803EVL(mod),CS-651T
(Homelite) DM 50,Super Mini S,Super XL-9225,Super 1050
(Partner) 1614/Mini P,R417T,S55,R14T,R12,R12,K12S,
(Stihl) MS-180C,08S,070AV,084AV
(Shindaiwa) Pecker A110,E305AV
(Dolmar) 123,PS 7900
(Jonsereds) 49SP,455
(Husqvarna) 550XP
(Tanaka) TCS-33EDTP
(Makita) EK-900
(Alpina) A40

 

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