Damn, now you've hurt my feeling again. I've never seen a stick weld that smooth. Seriously impressive man.Today I've decided to make a tail tidy, some minimalistic piece to mount the tail light, blinkers and number plate. Because I went to the stainless steel route with some of the parts made until now, and I had a piece of flat bar laying around, I created a design in my mind, and some measurements later did this.
Also, this was a good exercise on welding stainless with a stick welder since I don't have a TIG / MIG machine. Pretty happy with the result, even though is not finished.
Still need to drill some more holes and give it a good shine.
Nothing impressive here man. Just a simple stick weld, point by point since thin stainless warps like hell. But thank you so much!! I'll promise not to hurt your feelings again...in the next hour or so! 😁Damn, now you've hurt my feeling again. I've never seen a stick weld that smooth. Seriously impressive man.
Thanks man, I'll have a look into it! First I need to see if I can find it locally. 😁Looking really good. Check out VHT's "wrinkle plus" spray if you're still on the fence about coating solutions. Very chip-resistant, stays slightly plastic but much harder than plasti-dip. I love it for sheet metal parts, because instead of spraying the part and letting it cure and wrinkle slowly you can heat the part first so it cures as you lay it down. And the surface texture looks very 'factory' somehow.