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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffreylyon View Post
    One more thing:



    Get stick gloves - really heavy duty ones. You shouldn't be feeling much heat with those small beads through decent gloves. Also, they are stiff enough that they might offer you some support and will teach you to move your body to move your hands. You're still going to use your fingers on your off-hand, the one on the barrel of the gun, to help wiggle the puddle around.

    Like these: https://www.amazon.com/Tillman-Shoul...s%2C144&sr=8-5
    I was getting burned on the part of my arm I was resting on the table more than the hands themselves.
    I tried on some tig gloves, I know I can't use them for mig but those things were really comfortable. I'm using some thick kangaroo hide gloves right now that go to mid forearm. I need to cut and stitch some leather sleeves when I get a chance - I could just buy some but I like making things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmb View Post
    ah. memories keep at it, in and out, your get better then it will clit er i mean click. and look a lot better
    I just have to make sure I don't go too fast and use just enough pressure ;)

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    Stickers on your helmet also help you weld like a pro. So the more stickers you get the better you become.

 

 
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