TIG welder needed

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zeva
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TIG welder needed

Post by zeva » Sat, 22 Dec 2007, 21:39

Shortly I'm gonna need to find a talented TIG welder to weld together the
aluminium subframe in my MX5. Anyone know of such a tradesman?

(I'm happy to pay the going rate of course, I just don't know anyone with the
skills..)
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TIG welder needed

Post by zeva » Thu, 17 Jan 2008, 10:09

*bump* Anybody? (In WA, by the way!)

OK a couple of other things on the subject, as I've really gotta get onto this fabrication asap.. Anyone know a good place to buy sheet aluminium in WA? I'm after a couple of square metres of 3mm thick, and about one square metre of 12mm.

And lastly, suggestions for a good way to CNC cut the aluminium into arbitrary shapes? Jetcut down in Canning Vale could certainly do it with their waterjet cutter, but plasma is probably cheaper.. but I don't know of any CNC plasmas for hire.
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