welding hood pictures

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sleepyonthree
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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by sleepyonthree » Fri Nov 18, 2011 2:03 pm

Hey Maz
Ran across this while looking up consumables.


3M™ Speedglas™ Women's Welding Helmets
The first line of welding helmets designed with a woman in mind.
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oklascott
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SELF INTRODUCTION: my name is scott younger and i live in wann oklahoma. wann is in northeast oklahoma right on the kansas state line. i just recently bought a copy of the chopper builders handbook, the one about building girder forks. i have just finished chopping up a two thousand one kawasaki elminator that i picked up at a garage sale cheap. i am currently buying a building to open my own custom fabrication shop. i enjoy working on bikes and building hot rods, ihave a 1927 all steel ford t bucket with a uncut bed. i have ready to begin as my next bike project a rigid harley frame setup for either a evo or shovel. gonna make the tins and tank myself on the english wheel. hopefully i will get aproved.

Re: welding hood pictures

Post by oklascott » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:22 pm

:clap: :text-goodpost: thats very slick my daughters would love it.

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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by chopsmitty » Fri Nov 25, 2011 1:18 am

Since I do hydrographics...
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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by Maz » Fri Nov 25, 2011 4:10 am

Wow guys those are just so cool :clap: :dance: :bow-blue:

Can you get the shoes and bag to match????? :banana-dance:

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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by Maz » Sun Dec 04, 2011 8:25 pm

sleepyonthree wrote:Hey Maz
Ran across this while looking up consumables.


3M™ Speedglas™ Women's Welding Helmets
The first line of welding helmets designed with a woman in mind.
That is just so cool but I can't find a distributor here in the UK....... :angry-banghead:

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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by curt » Mon Dec 05, 2011 6:26 pm

if ya really want one im sure we could find out howmuch and ship it to ya
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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by Maz » Fri Jan 06, 2012 8:10 pm

curt wrote:if ya really want one im sure we could find out howmuch and ship it to ya
It would be nice to know how much it would cost to buy and ship one (I really like that pink one!!!!) but I can't afford it this month - too many bills to pay :doh: So I'm sat here drinking JD and hand painting silly designs onto my boring old plain black welding hood....... :hand:

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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by Jeff L » Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:07 pm

WHAT?????? No pics?????....Id like to see the drunken picasoisk scribblings....hahahaha
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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by Maz » Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:13 pm

Jeff L wrote:WHAT?????? No pics?????....Id like to see the drunken picasoisk scribblings....hahahaha
Well funny you should say that cos the paint has dried so here it is........ :whistle:
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I still need to tidy up around the edges and then add some laquer.... :think: not too bad for my first go at custom graphics in over 15 years....... :hand: but I think I'll stick to fabricating in future..... :doh:

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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by Jeff L » Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:22 pm

Looks pretty cool....I draw stick men
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oklascott
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SELF INTRODUCTION: my name is scott younger and i live in wann oklahoma. wann is in northeast oklahoma right on the kansas state line. i just recently bought a copy of the chopper builders handbook, the one about building girder forks. i have just finished chopping up a two thousand one kawasaki elminator that i picked up at a garage sale cheap. i am currently buying a building to open my own custom fabrication shop. i enjoy working on bikes and building hot rods, ihave a 1927 all steel ford t bucket with a uncut bed. i have ready to begin as my next bike project a rigid harley frame setup for either a evo or shovel. gonna make the tins and tank myself on the english wheel. hopefully i will get aproved.

Re: welding hood pictures

Post by oklascott » Sun Jan 08, 2012 12:29 am

looks good maz!

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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by Maz » Sun Jan 08, 2012 10:03 am

Thanks guys - guess I have no excuse for not getting on with my project build now!!!! :shifty:

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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by War Tribe » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:41 am

Maz wrote:Maybe I'll get my paint guy to do this design on my welding hood....
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I'm 36 from Sydney Australia , been modding bikes (mostly 80s 2 bangers) since I was 16 , finally decided that I will try my hand at a chopper /bobber bike,
I'm a welding specialist at BOC so have a pretty good knowledge of things about welding and cutting , so hopefully I will be able bring some know how to the forum.
Looking forward to the challenge of a full ground up build as all of my builds have been just frame modding ,like my RZ 350 wit R6 rear sub frame and tank.
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Re: welding hood pictures

Post by eddahenry » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:54 am

Hi guys and girls
First post , I love a good welding shield here is mine
Speedglas 100v trogon warrior
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