Hello this is Stephen Wyrick, over in San Antonio,
32 years ago I bought the unknown MECO equipment just for my benches.
I bought “All” the tips and within 6 months had modified them to do
better work and get in to places that you cannot with the normal
tips. One of my associates did a lot of tube work and made a wide
range of sizes. I would get his cut-offs, and drill out the tips to
snugly and force the SS tubing in the hole and adjust the length as I
thought I would need.
It is better to leave them a bit long, 1 to 2 inches, so as to
refinish the tips over time. This silver tubing is not soldered in
place, just tight friction fit. Getting down into hollow objects can
be a pain, but of course you will be smart and get the tubing and
cut it for the recess job - - RIGHT! --RIGHT.
Use a small cone or setting bur to remove the sawing chaff from the
inside hole or you will have an orange flame. Need help - Call-me,
I’am like the St Bernard in the winter time, I’ll be there for ya!
Stephen Wyrick, CMBJ