How Tohow to arc weld, stick weld Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now jr69 4 years ago 18 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article how to arc weld, stick bonded Davidsfarmison [bliptv] now Video Rating: 4/ 5 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts How to fix a door dent on a Porsche Carrera S jr69 January 1, 2013 Timing Belt & Water Pump Replacement : Loosen Water Pump & Drain Coolant jr69 February 2, 2013 Personal Fitness : How to Slim Down Your Waist jr69 November 24, 2012 How Guys Go Pee Pee…Part 3! jr69 December 7, 2012 [HowTo] Geck Tutorial 01 – Getting Started jr69 December 30, 2012 DIY: how to change oil on a mk3 jetta golf gti cabrio 2.0 jr69 August 14, 2014 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 18 Comments Matt Anderson December 11, 2014 I’ve always been taught to wear all prescribed PSDs when welding and I do so when I’m at home welding with my powerarc welder. Mrjulicaro December 12, 2014 DAVID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 4everknopfler December 12, 2014 are you trolling or serious? apologizes if you’re genuine. no doubt the beer bottle will not provide much or any protection at all. what yo have to think about is: would you rather have a clumsy mask protecting your eyes or have minor or serious sight loss? do it the safe way mate. :) Bob Builder December 12, 2014 You can get an inverter welder for not much cash. PowerArc 200 amp is only about $350 now. DC stick welder that can do 3/32″ stick and 1/8″ stick welding all rod types. ARCSTREAMS December 12, 2014 bahahaaaaa well im a brilliant welder so i had to watch this to balance myself out a bit. melaniew77msn December 12, 2014 Thank You sir. You compressed the first week of basic arc welding from high-school into one very time effective video that people can watch over and over for help! I personally agree with you doing a beginers video featuring 6013. Many rods are availabe but 6013 strikes very easy runs well in joints poorly fit and runs well at the full range of amps stated on the box they came in. They are an inexpensive welding rod but you will have to be welding something pretty important for them not to be ok statikk666 December 12, 2014 Thanks for the video, nice, laidback style. Dan Klebe December 12, 2014 @MrByronsaranen its what to use not a safty vid 357tmc December 12, 2014 nice Matthew DJdigitalRhythm December 12, 2014 This guy is really into rod penetration crazyboyaustin December 12, 2014 penetration is everything rambadibow December 12, 2014 The coating is what determines penetration, not the user, nor the machine. Julian Brody December 12, 2014 Yeah Everlast welders rock but back to the video. Thanks for posting this. Stick welding is pretty fun! Jeff Benefield December 12, 2014 Yes, always weld gloves. I weld stick, flux-core mig, and tig for a living. Always wear leather gloves. Carpenter gloves are usually too short and will result in “sunburn” to your wrists between the long sleves of your shirt and the end of the gloves. Any welding supply has welding gloves for about $10. Happy 420. nightriviera December 12, 2014 Thanks. Clear and informative. John McNamara December 12, 2014 Hmm ive always been told to run 6013 rods. To use for basic welding. Steven December 12, 2014 125 amps for a 1/8th 6011???? wow ArtemiaSalina December 12, 2014 > The arc welder is a low current, high amperage device. Correction: Low voltage, high current (in amperes). And you’re right about AC/DC. there’s no practical difference between them safety-wise.