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Practical TIG Welding: Disclaimer

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00:00 - Before we continue with this course, it's important to understand that the fabrication processes and the subsequent welding within these processes could have an adverse reaction to the way your vehicle performs.
00:11 It's important to have a thorough understanding of what you're doing as well as the requirements around mechanical strength or weldability of certain components.
00:20 It's also critical that these components are tested to prove that your changes are having a positive impact on your vehicle's performance.
00:28 Throughout this course, we focus on TIG welding techniques that can be applied to many aspects of your fabrication project.
00:35 Remember to start small and hone your skills in the workshop with simple tasks and master these before moving onto the larger ones.
00:43 For this reason, it's critical to have a full understanding of the strength your welds will have and be mindful that you're testing these in the right environment.
00:52 Throughout the process of welding and the subsequent modification of your vehicle's components, you must first check with your local road authority and your local motorsport governing body to ensure your modifications fit within the technical regulations guidelines.
01:08 Nobody wants to waste time and money making modifications that are not legal and then need to be reverted to stock.
01:15 It's normal to consult with an engineer if you're planning on keeping your vehicle on the road and this engineer will equip you with the guidelines needed to ensure that there are no hassles with legality once your modifications are complete.
01:28 Understandably the rules and regulations differ dramatically depending where in the world you are so it's your responsibility to make sure you fully understand what you can and can't do legally.
01:40 If you're building a project for racing use then it's normal to consult your national motorsport governing body for a copy of their rules and regulations around the class you want to compete in.
01:51 Attached to this will be a list of safety measures that may need to be incorporated into your fabrication processes.
01:57 For instance, it's normal for the motorsport governing body to want to assess your welds on a roll over protection structure so it may be a good idea to check with them before completely welding up your new roll cage.
02:09 We'll cover aspects such as roll cage construction in a separate course but it's a great idea to keep those details in mind throughout the planning stage.
02:19 While it should go without saying, making structural changes will require you to modify areas that are critical to the safety of your vehicle.
02:27 While it's always our aim to improve safety throughout these modifications, failure to do it properly can result in injury or even death.
02:35 It may be all well and good to understand the theory behind welding but if you're not confident in your ability to successfully complete your project then it might be best to leave this to a welding specialist.
02:47 In this case the information in this course will still provide you with essential knowledge and even allow you to tack weld and position components on your project, making the professional welder's job a lot easier and minimising the amount of time and money you need to spend on their services.
03:03 If for any reason though, you don't feel this course is right for you, let us know and we'll happily provide you with a full refund of the purchase price.

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