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    Homemade A Chain Wrench

    Dear you all,

    I would like to show you how to homemade a chain wrench from old chain and steel pipe.



    If you think it interested, please like, share and subscrible my channel.

    Thank you for watching!

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    Thanks Kwandotechnic! We've added your Chain Wrench to our Fastening category,
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    The wrench is clever use of simple parts [we affectionately such items 'junk drawer']. What really interests me is the fingertip actuated TIG torch!
    I'm only used to the foot pedal variety, not so convenient 100% of the time. Is it also liquid cooled, by tank [vat] and radiator?
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    ...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...

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    Thank for your comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    The wrench is clever use of simple parts [we affectionately such items 'junk drawer']. What really interests me is the fingertip actuated TIG torch!
    I'm only used to the foot pedal variety, not so convenient 100% of the time. Is it also liquid cooled, by tank [vat] and radiator?
    Can you clear more your question?

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    I [probably a lot of other readers too] would like to see the weld torch and it's operative set-up.

    Watching the video, I googled fingertip TIG torches and found a variety but not quite like your's. Some looked clumsy; what you have seems like ideal ergonomics. Here [US] liquid cooled torches are common, they combine a sealed reservoir, circulation pump and a radiator. Different parts, but otherwise very much like cooling an auto engine.
    Sincerely,
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    ...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    I [probably a lot of other readers too] would like to see the weld torch and it's operative set-up.

    Watching the video, I googled fingertip TIG torches and found a variety but not quite like your's. Some looked clumsy; what you have seems like ideal ergonomics. Here [US] liquid cooled torches are common, they combine a sealed reservoir, circulation pump and a radiator. Different parts, but otherwise very much like cooling an auto engine.
    Thank for your opnion. Actually, we have only simple welding. We do the best as we can. We will improve in near future.


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