Vespa engine welding
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Vespa engine welding
The topic is Vespa engine welding. If this is your question, we will be happy to help you with this topic. Because we weld and repair cast aluminum motors. Or anything that has to do with cast aluminum.
It often happens that parts are broken out of engine housings for For example, when you regenerate them. Or threads break. There are really many options that can be repaired. I am also attaching a video of us where you can see a repair of a Vespa engine.
We have captured the whole thing in video format. Why don’t you take a look? Here is the link.
So for those who can’t weld themselves Contact us, we will help you with your problem. The best thing to do is to send us two or three pictures. Then we look at the whole thing and find a solution.
The tungsten electrode works best here you can set the balance (cleaning effect) to 30-40%, which holds up well and is then great for welding. Then just wire brushes for cleaning, preferably for the cordless screwdriver is the best and quickest way.
For those who can and want to weld themselves, take a look at the video. There you can see exactly how we do it.
Important protect yourself NOW simply & cheaply from welding fumes!
Otherwise, here are the most important tips for welding. One of the most important things is always preparation and cleanliness. Cleans the engine housing and the areas to be welded really well. When welding, always make sure to remove the dirt immediately with a wire brush. It really is a game of patience, but that’s what it’s all about. If you have a crack in the housing, for example always mill it open so that you can weld on enough material. Then it will hold.
Always weld 1 cm beyond the crack on both sides so that it does not tear any further.
And I recommend the Almg5 as an additional material. If you notice that this does not work, switch to the Alsi5.
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So and you still the video to the device here I also weld a cast aluminum housing with it look inside…
So I hope I was able to help you with the Vespa engine welding article. I would be delighted to receive your feedback. And if you would like to find out and see more about welding, then take a look at our channels. Welding is a daily topic there.