Chopper Frame

Tom Rakert of Grand Forks, North Dakota, an Avionics technician for the U.S. military, needed a final project for a welding course he was taking through a local college. He decided to build a chopper frame from scratch. He ordered the plans, bought a tube bender, and purchased several other metal-working tools. He used a Lincoln Square Wave TIG 255 to TIG weld the entire frame. He did such a great job he received a letter grade of "A" for the class.




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