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Posted by No One on November 3, 2003, 4:41 am
 

hazards

I don't know about that but I read a story, with pictures and every thing
:), about a guy who used a lawn mower motor and alternator to make a small
DC welding rig.  Might do a google search for something like that



Posted by Bob Adkins on November 3, 2003, 1:12 pm
 



They're very cool, but a welder is needed to build it. Catch 22! :-)

Bob

Posted by Steve Spence on November 7, 2003, 1:54 pm
 the lawnmower welder can be found at
http://webconx.green-trust.org/equipment.htm


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Posted by Arnold Walker on November 12, 2003, 2:25 am
 Mother  Earth some years back.....Think they were welding up a tower for
Jacobs at the time.


Posted by Steve Tee on November 3, 2003, 9:12 am
 Howdy Bob,

I have used home made, battery powered, arc welders for a fair few years.
On Yahoo, I have set up a site called:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Amptramp/

There, you'll find a good deal of info on my 3 battery welder.
You'll see how I moved from this, to the 'Amptramp', a 1 tonne, diesel
powered
arc welding system.
This project was built, using my battery powered system.

I hope this will be of assistance.

Best wishes, and showers of sparks too   :)  .

Steve.



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