How To MIG Weld & MIG Welding Tips - Getting The Perfect Weld Everytime - Pt 1/2 with Kevin Tetz
Kevin Tetz (Trucks!) gives you tons of tips on MIG Welding - from safety and equipment to techniques and getting started laying quality beads. LINK TO BUY MIG 175: http://www.eastwood.com/mig-welders-175-amp-mig-welder-w-spool-gun.html LINK TO BUY WELDING HELMET: http://www.eastwood.com/auto-darken-welding-helmet.html LINK TO BUY WELDING TABLE: http://www.eastwood.com/foldable-welding-table.html - MIG Welder 175 Amp with Spool Gun - Item #12012 Eastwood's MIG 175 Welder: "high-end" features at a DIY price! As a professional or weekend enthusiast, you can now get industrial-quality features in a hard-workin', affordable, MIG welder! Our R&D guys designed the Eastwood MIG 175 Welder (12012) for steel and aluminum to produce excellent bead quality and capabilities that match—and even exceed—the more expensive competition! Welds mild and stainless steel, 24-ga. to 5/16" Welds aluminum, 14-ga. to 1/4" 30-175-amp welding range Includes FREE spool gun ($199.99 value!) Powered by 220v current Compare to similar welders that sell for over $700 ETL Approved Backed by Eastwood's no-hassle return policy and 3-year warranty - Auto-Darkening Welding Helmet - Item #13203 Auto-darkening welding helmet with infinitely adjustable sensitivity, delay, and shade adjustment from #9 - #13. 0.0025 per second darkening feature with robust Li-Mi battery that charges with arc and solar power. Battery life is approximately 3 years Viewing area is 3.6" x 1.7" Features replaceable lens protectors. Adjustable head band Features a very durable nylon constructed shell - Foldable Welding Table - Item #14106 This entire table folds up and has wheels so that it can be easily rolled away and stored. This welding table features a 14-gauge plated work surface with three 1.1 inch wide slots for easy clamp configuring. The table can be fixed in 3 angled positions and can be set at a 28 inch to 34 inch height. The included magnets are 2 5/8 inch in height! They are perfect for holding parts in position; the ideal 3rd hand. The Mag Spring Clamp features a spring-loaded arm to allow for easy one-handed positioning onto the work pieces. The adjustable magnetic pads allow for clamping onto: Plate Tube Angle iron And more! Eastwood Company Ustream account for live automotive tech videos, car show streaming, and live product launches. Send us a suggestion for anything you'd like to see! Since 1978, Eastwood has been supplying products to people who want to do the job right. Eastwood offers a complete line of hand tools, welders, plasma cutters & accessories, metal working tools, powder coating supplies, paint and paint guns, specialty paints and hard to find products - all for the DIY-er. Eastwood has all the tools and supplies you need to restore your car, motorcycle or truck. Visit eastwood.com today.
Mustang Mach 40 1969 Ford at Hot Rod Homecoming - Eastwood
Visit Eastwood - http://www.eastwood.com Check out this amazing creation we saw at the 65th Anniversary of Hot Rod Magazine in Pomona in March 2013. It was built by Eckert's Rod & Custom and has been making the rounds at every major car show and we were lucky enough to get some video and bring it to you. It's originally a 1969 Mach 1 Mustang . the idea was to combine the Mustang with a 2006 GT 40 super car, thus incorporating the modern ford technology into the body of the '69 Mach 1 - and incorporate some amazing styling. It has a 5.4 Liter dual overhead cam GT super car motor upgraded with a Wipple 4 liter super charger and drive by wire throttle. The motor was then converted to a flex fuel system. The base horsepower can be dialed in from 600 to 850 HP! Plus it has auto and manual traction control. It's also now a mid-engine car. Most of the body panels were formed by hand. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! Eastwood has everything you need to do the job right - welders, plasma cutters, powder coating supplies, rust solutions, abrasive blasters, HVLP paint guns, specialty paints, hand tools, metal fab equipment and more. Since 1978.
How To Choose The Best Body Filler - Types of Fillers and Their Uses - Kevin Tetz with Eastwood
BUY Contour Products Here: http://www.eastwood.com/autobody/body-fillers.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_m edium=annotation&utm_content=body%20fillers&utm_campaign=2014-04-24 In this video Kevin Tetz shows you the different types of Body Fillers available at Eastwood and explains why and when you use each type. Contour Premium Filler is great directly over metal or over epoxy primer. The Aluminum-Filled Compound is perfect for replacing factory lead seams. The Short-Strand Fiberglass Filler is strong and firm with little shrinkage. The Polyester Glazing Putty is great for fixing scratches and pinholes. The Contour Polyester Primer-Surfacer is a spray-on filler that sands easily. If you liked this video, you might also like this article: Patching Fender Rot: http://www.eastwood.com/blog/search/body%2bfiller/? Are YOU an Eastwood Guy? Eastwood has everything you need to do the job right when you're restoring a car, truck or motorcycle. Eastwood, since 1978.
Paint Additives: Pearls, Flakes & Candies with Kevin Tetz - Eastwood
In this video, Kevin covers the pearls, flakes and candies available from Eastwood, as well as the best way to apply them to your project. LINK FOR MORE INFO ON PEARLS, FLAKES & CANDIES: http://www.eastwood.com/paints/automotive-finishes/custom.html?utm_source=y outube&utm_medium=annotation%20&utm_content=pearls%20flakes%20&utm_campaign =2015-05-13 Get Wild! Make your paint job to stand out from the crowd with Eastwood’s flake and pearl additives and Candeez paints. Let your imagination run wild and create a one-off custom paint job. Eastwood’s custom paints and additives are easy to use. You can even combine flakes, pearls and Candeez to make intricate designs, as found on top customs and lowriders. For more information on Eastwood products visit www.eastwood.com or stay connected with the team via: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/eastwoodcompany Instagram - http://instagram.com/eastwoodco Blog - http://www.eastwood.com/blog ARE YOU AN EASTWOOD GUY?