From: Noddy on 1 Jul 2007 04:22
<OzOne> wrote in message news:ljge83to6epdiddla7o3edsj3jvo5ugaod(a)4ax.com...
> You're looking really stupid here Noodle.
Licensed welder now too are we?
From: Dan--- on 1 Jul 2007 04:57
On Sun, 01 Jul 2007 08:51:29 +0000, Athol PCM code reading says:
>> Pretty amusing.
>> Almost as funny as saying they used a pulsed mig to weld stainless :)
> He does such a great job of digging his own holes...
Not far off next he will claim that he dig himself all the way to China.
From: jonz on 1 Jul 2007 05:14
"Athol" <me(a)privacy.net> wrote in message
> Noddy <dg4163@(nospam)dodo.com.au> wrote:
>> "jonz" <series11(a)landy> wrote:
>>> insitu cyls have a bleeder, with a length of tube attached, about 6"
>>> a 45kg........this is opened during filling. when the liquid level in
>>> reaches the tube liquid is expelled, and filling is complete. this
>>> a vapour space of about 20%............
> Thanks. That confirms my original statement about not metering when
> filling domestic cylinders in situ. They don't care how much is in the
> cylinder to start with, just the fact that they added until it was full
> and charged for a full tank.
if you (or anyone else) allows a supplier to charge you for supply
without a meter printout..............you deserve every thing you
get.....dontcha think ?
>> I get anywhere between 85 & 100 litres into mine at the local servo,
>> depending on the quality of the "autogas" mix they have available at the
> It would depend more upon how empty the cylinder was, how cold the gas
> and cylinder are during filling and how accurate the bowser is than the
> propane/butane ratio...
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From: Dan--- on 1 Jul 2007 06:35
On Sun, 01 Jul 2007 13:01:42 +1000, Noddy PCM code reading says:
>> But yeah. I have welded ally and ss.
> What did you use to weld stainless?
Liquefied bullshit. ;-)
From: Noddy on 1 Jul 2007 08:06
<OzOne> wrote in message news:sj2f83tk7rk23eosivugiu9o0nooe5b0tg(a)4ax.com...
> Holes are rare with pulse MIG....you could probably manage..
What brand Welder was it Oz? :)