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Jim Ericksen
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TIG workshop

Unread post by Jim Ericksen » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:36 am

Hi all

Thanks to all that attended last weekends workshop , It was certainly a pleasure to work with everyone , it's my hopes that everyone enjoyed the class as much as I did

Jim
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Martin Pansch
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Re: TIG workshop

Unread post by Martin Pansch » Wed Sep 30, 2015 8:21 am

I know I had a great time and I was just the gofer/helper monkey! ;)

Just the tools you guys have there strikes me with awe every time I am there. It might not be smithing work but I will never look at a radiator coil again on anything without thinking of the engineering and problem solving you guys do on a daily basis.

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Darryl Ponder
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Re: TIG workshop

Unread post by Darryl Ponder » Wed Sep 30, 2015 8:46 am

Jim and Martin,

It was a great class! Thank you both very much for teaching it and for doing all the work behind the scenes to pull it off. If I remember correctly, Martin said Jim Ricci cut all the coupons out. Thanks to him, too. I had a great time and learned a lot.

Jim Ericksen is an artist with a TIG welder. Amazing work. If you ever get the chance to see him weld, take advantage of it.

Thanks too to the Education Committee for sponsoring the class.

My apologies to the poor person assigned to re-sharpen all that contaminated tungsten.....

Regards,

Darryl

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