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torch cutting help
October 15, 2012
8:40 AM
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pro, as a skilled high burner i will tell you right now, there is nothing written about this anywhere. the reason is everyone has a slightly different style when it comes to burning. you and i would be very different in our cuts and cut outs, but in the end i am sure we would be about the same speed and drop in the same spot. also everyone uses different torches, lengths, tip sizes, head angles, and gases. in the end, we can talk about generalities of burning, but the details for everyone is a little different.

if there is anything i can help you wil on this topic, feel free to call me. i can offer you some of my little tips and tricks, and then you can alter them to work for you

Hugh Carroll

August 19, 2012
6:51 PM
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does anyone have any literature on torch cutting that explains different types of cuts to make different shaped metal pieces fall a certain way, or anything along those lines. I have been taught different ways to drop steel and different methods to make steel structures fall a certain way, but I was wondering if there was anything instructional out there for what I may not know...........Any insight on this would be great, thank you!

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