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    Now that is remarkable viewpoint of arc welding. I imagine the pulses are reaction to alternating current?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    Now that is remarkable viewpoint of arc welding. I imagine the pulses are reaction to alternating current?
    (Looks more like MIG wire welding to me.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotsman Hosie View Post
    (Looks more like MIG wire welding to me.)
    Yes, you can see the constant wire feeding.

    I wish that I had a camera that could do that. I have a dozen uses waiting for one.

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    I think the pulsing caused by the time it takes for a "drop" of the filler metal to melt off of the wire. Looks like 2-3 "drips" in the 4 second clip. I am wondering the true time lapse of that segment. It would so awesome to have that kind if video capability.


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