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    If the gauge does not read low pressure that is...

    If the gauge does not read low pressure that is OK. You can get around that by having the oxy regulator all the backed out, setting the acetylene at 3 or 4 psi and then opening the oxy valve on the...
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    Welding Tip Size Comparison Chart...

    Welding Tip Size Comparison Chart

    Identifying the right cutting and welding tips

    Welding Tip Chart

    Welding tip guide

    http://s3.amazonaws.com/scschoolfiles/480/victor_tip_charts.pdf
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    You can also wear dark safety glasses or even...

    You can also wear dark safety glasses or even sunglasses under your #3 lens. #5 is "standard" for gas welding.

    Silver solder is more common for bandsaw blades.
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    With that torch can you adjust the oxy and acet...

    With that torch can you adjust the oxy and acet individually at the torch? It looks like I see only one valve on it.

    Can you measure the size of the hole in the tip you are using, that will give a...
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    Cool, Did you try turning the gas down? Less...

    Cool, Did you try turning the gas down? Less pressure on regulator and less flow from the valves on the torch. You wont be able to go to low on a large tip, it just wont work.
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    Are you using pure acetylene for gas? Nothing...

    Are you using pure acetylene for gas? Nothing else will burn as hot, which is only a problem when using other fuel gasses for welding. Heating or cutting is fine with other fuels.
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