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Community Spot Welder
#11
Pete is such a heckler! Tongue
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#12
Ok guys/gals,

  My Community spot welder is getting shipped out today to the 1st requester I received. I will update the group once he is done with it so he may ship it to the next requestor.  Cheers!
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#13
(12-10-2018, 05:42 PM)Brian Wilson Wrote: Ok guys/gals,

  My Community spot welder is getting shipped out today to the 1st requester I received. I will update the group once he is done with it so he may ship it to the next requestor.  Cheers
First 4 - 14s6p made with the community spot welder. Thanks Brian.
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Community Spot Welder - Are you keen to be a part of this project?
Name Ricardo Marzano Costola
Location Sao Paulo,SP, Brazil
how to contact you. costola@msn.com
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#15
I've had three rock up at mine to use the KWeld unit already for smaller projects just ordered a small battery to make it more portable https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/RC-Turnigy-n...2749.l2649
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#16
Mine ships out today. Will be used to build battery packs for an EV project where they going to compete in Bridgestone race.
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#17
Hello,

Sorry for my english, but i'm a french native.

We want to give a second life to many objects, including battery. So we need a spot welder because it's safer.
But we have a enormous budget of 00000000000,00$, everything comes from our pockets... So i search a cheap, reliable and safe solution.
And we like DIY, DIY is usualy cheaper, DIY is learning, DIY is sharing.

So we want to do our spot welder, and yours seems perfect. Is it open source ?
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(01-25-2019, 12:27 PM)bogdahn Wrote: Hello,

Sorry for my english, but i'm a french native.

We want to give a second life to many objects, including battery. So we need a spot welder because it's safer.
But we have a enormous budget of 00000000000,00$, everything comes from our pockets... So i search a cheap, reliable and safe solution.
And we like DIY, DIY is usualy cheaper, DIY is learning, DIY is sharing.

So we want to do our spot welder, and yours seems perfect. Is it open source ?

There are many threads on the topic of "Spot Welder". If you do an Advanced Search and change to title, you'll get a lot of results. There are several custom built spot welders, and several that are open source where the parts are available and you assemble, and then there are full blown systems ready to use out of the box.
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#19
Just received kweld and somewhat ratty foot switch. Anxious to kick some eveready bunny ass
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#20
I'd like to build myself one too but I'll probably go for something simple, no ICs or displays.
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