24 Sep 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
I had a question come through today regarding the use of Stainless Steel vs aluminium for intercooler piping, to answer this we can take a look at the materials and their characteristics.
30 Aug 2020 / By Nigel Petrie
While this is a bit off-topic from fabrication, a lot of the work I put into my bikes and cars is for the enjoyment I get out of using them, and because of this helmets have been a big part of my life.
28 Aug 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
Learning how to TIG weld and not sure where to begin? A good weld starts well before picking up the torch, here's why.
21 Aug 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
What is back purging and why is it critical in motorsport fabrication TIG welding?
0:00 - What Do You Need From Your TIG
0:15 - What is Purging?
1:00 - Why We Do It
1:15 - Material Prep
1:44 - Tack Welding
2:30 - Filling With Argon
2:49 - Sealing Entry...
16 Aug 2020 / By Nigel Petrie
Looking around its safe to say that I like to get things off the floor. And when you're talking about bikes this also rings true. I had a minor meltdown a while back and decided that enough was enough.
14 Aug 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
We all have budgets and want to get the best value we can but the money we have when getting into TIG welding. Here's how. 0:00 - What Do You Need From Your TIG
1:20 - Power Supply
1:55 - Multi-Process Machines
2:38 - Peak Output
3:20 - AC/DC
10 Jul 2020 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
Losing weight without compromising strength is a constant battle in motorsports, and dimple dies are one proven way to achieve both.
05 Jul 2020 / By Nigel Petrie
Building your own components takes time and patience, I quickly learnt that getting tube bent up, notched and tack welded in position seemed to take no time at all, it’s all the parts hanging off this tube that can really test your patience.