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Used for low current TIG welding
On 2018-01-04 16:37:36
Purchase thinking that it can be used at the time of TIG welding of about 25 A thin. If it is about 25 A, # 3 is a bit too thin and it was dazzling and could not be used. I thought if it was about 25 A it was good if it was around # 7. . I just bought a thin plate of # 3 to # 6 at the same time, so it was good as a result because I was able to find a backwork that can adjust the brightness if you use them repeatedly. Finally I use # 3 and # 6 repeatedly.
Used for argon welding.
On 2017-11-17 22:32:23
It is cheap, it can be used, it looks good. It is a very good plate.
On 2017-08-20 10:22:28
It was disappointing that I do not know the color depth until I reach it.
On 2017-06-14 16:08:31
I was using # 8 in thin welding, but changed to # 7, feeling a little dark. It got much brighter and made working easier. The price is also cheap and it is saved.
Welding operation of tool
On 2017-02-25 21:09:46
As age, the light blocking degree 9 became hard to see, so I searched for a bright one, I came to Monotaro. The pool became easier to see.
During arc welding
On 2016-05-07 18:58:41
The color was thinner than I thought
Welding work in general
On 2015-11-26 18:25:05
It is good that the color when seeing the welding light seems to be faintly pale, but this time it was faintly green green. I heard rumors that it will change slightly depending on production lot. I will buy it occasionally until I encounter a lot that looks pale.
On 2015-03-28 00:33:50
Although I used quite old RIKEN chemical products, I bought the same number cracked. It is easier to see a little bit of bluish though green is green than old one.
On 2014-08-02 19:06:48
Welding (low current)
On 2014-06-22 10:38:35
It is used properly for thin articles, temporary fastening. Click here for crackling welding of around 100 A, it is too bright for weld beaching over 150 A. Since I am working in a dark building, I have the effect by using properly, I think that a good person will not do such a thing. . .