Welding Aid Tri-Pak

    Item #19108 Brand: Eastwood

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    The Neatest Way to Fill Holes.....Is with this universal set of copper plates. Temporarily clamp over the hole or void, and weld. The weld-deposited metal will not stick to the copper, while the copper absorbs the heat. Soft annealed triangle can be bent to fit body contours. Use flat rectangles on flat flanges, seams, and more. Triangle tapers down from 2-1/2" wide over its 7-1/4" length; 2 rectangles each measure 1-5/16" wide by 6-1/8" long. Kit includes one triangle and two rectangles.

    About Welding Aid Tri-Pak

    The Neatest Way to Fill Holes.....Is with this universal set of copper plates. Temporarily clamp over the hole or void, and weld. The weld-deposited metal will not stick to the copper, while the copper absorbs the heat. Soft annealed triangle can be bent to fit body contours. Use flat rectangles on flat flanges, seams, and more. Triangle tapers down from 2-1/2" wide over it's 7-1/4" length, rectangle measures 1-5/16" wide by 6-1/8" long. Kit includes one triangle and two rectangles.


    Contents

    This set includes one triangle tapering from 2 1/2" wide over its 7 1/4" length and two 1 5/16" wide by 6 1/8" long rectangles.


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    Wish I bought a long time ago (Posted on 1/13/14)
    Review by Mike
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    These are stupidly-AWESOME! Absolutely prevents blow-through using both TIG and MIG. "Heavy" bars are bendable and can be formed to gentle shapes. Works so well that I almost feel bad about panning Eastwood's Tig200, because not-only do these bars prevent blow-through, but they also protect the back-side of the metal during TIG, preventing oxygen from getting into the weld puddle (and the Tig's arc won't dive-down through sheetmetal butt-joints). I could probably do my own backing with a piece of 3/4" copper-pipe smashed-flat, but I'm thrilled with these.
    Works well when you can get into location (Posted on 12/2/13)
    Review by Roger
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    The idea is great but getting the copper into the required location can be a challenge. You need to be careful not to run past the end because the transition from good heat transfer to no backing results in over heat blow holes. Will take some practice to get used to the correct technique.
    Copper Tri_Pak (Posted on 2/19/13)
    Review by rpa
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    Eastwood have very good delivery time. Product was as advertised. Copper is just very expensive which isn't Eastwoods fault.

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