Thursday, November 24, 2011

15 hours

That's around how long it took to get the electrics box to this point. I know you're saying "finish that thing already and take pics of something more interesting", but I'm documenting my path into forming and welding aluminum. I find myself welding steel mostly, and aluminum tig welding is, to say the very least, different.









- Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone

9 comments:

sethro said...

different and difficult in my opinion..that part looks great..keep up the great work..

Toecutter said...

Good work Eastie

Unknown said...

I've loved watching this one. Please, take your time and post as many pictures as possible.

Jimmy said...

Nice quality work.

ibuiltmine said...

No way dude! This fab work is why I watch your stuff. You could be building a damn stainless toilet seat and Id follow with just as much enthusiasm!

dave herr said...

well either way it looks really cool

AL-DIABLO said...

I AGREE, THE FAB STUFF IS THE REASON I TUNE IN. LETS SEE MORE!

Massic Effect said...

Different is an understatement, but if you clean your Al really good it's not as challenging. A new SS wire brush and elbow grease. Also the right tungsten is a must and depending if your using an inverter welder or old school, you'll need to ball the tungsten. It's just plain a hassle to set it up right, but when it's all said and done I really like Al TIG welding. Oh yeah and that E-box is soo sick!

motoguru. said...

looks great, man!