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    Quote Originally Posted by Cole2534 View Post
    Design of Welded Structures will probably get you where you need to go as far as design, then research a weld procedure to execute. 4:1 safety factor minimum, IE <9ksi stress st any point.

    If those terms dont mean anything to you, It's probably best to steer clear.
    I'll check that out. There may be a copy floating around somewhere. By ie <9ksi do you mean iso 9001? I've been thinking about calculations for safety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbsclassics View Post
    I've been thinking about calculations for safety.
    Trading suplus round for surplus I-beams.. or even used condoms - weight-for-weight - a well-calculated move in that direction, either one.

    Mere presence of a few bales of used rubber goods a'waitin' their turn for a go at the parts warsher should at least put a body OFF doing sumthin' less "safe", even if advice from the PM community has not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cole2534 View Post

    If those terms dont mean anything to you, It's probably best to steer clear.
    needs repeated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbsclassics View Post
    By ie <9ksi do you mean iso 9001? I've been thinking about calculations for safety.
    No.....it does not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbsclassics View Post
    I'll check that out. There may be a copy floating around somewhere. By ie <9ksi do you mean iso 9001? I've been thinking about calculations for safety.

    You've gotta be trolling....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeachMePlease View Post
    You've gotta be trolling....
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