In Pictures …
|Channel Kevin debuts
In addition to the many stills of Kevin’s work on his site, you can now see Kevin in action by watching Channel Kevin on YouTube.
Like his email newsletter, the video clips are short – a minute and a half at most – yet they give you a chance to see Kevin at work and hear him talk about what he’s doing. The latest episode even shows him welding. “I loved the videos,” says Elizabeth Murfee, of Washington, DC. “It’s almost like having a quick visit with you.”
It’s easy to keep up – you can subscribe so you’ll know whenever there’s a new video. “This is a fun way to connect with people,” says Kevin.
Channel Kevin episodes are also available on Kevin’s Web site on the News page – just click here to see the first two episodes.
So often, people
see something in Kevin’s arsenal and say – well, you know.
“What’s That?” focuses on a subject that is dear to many
peoples’ hearts: tools.
When working with welders, you usually want to keep the sparks under control. One exception, however, is when you need to light an oxygen-acetylene torch.
|The Lightnin’ Bug: A piezo torch lighter
Most people use a simple flint sparker, which strikes a small flint across a cross-hatched, file-like surface.
In contrast, a piezo lighter, which like the flint sparker requires no outside power, lets you push a button that activates a small, spring-loaded hammer that then hits a quartz crystal. That creates an electrical discharge that looks like a tiny lightning bolt, which then ignites the gas.
The flints in the regular sparkers must be replaced often, but the piezo lighters can be used as many as 30,000 times. Now that’s a durable tool!
To learn more about the Lightnin’ Bug, click here.
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