My first job was making another handle for the axe and fitting that. Then I made four fillets of metal to hold eye bolts in the structure I am making for the reservoir driftwood processing area. Firstly by cutting them out from a larger sheet of metal with the Oxyacetylene torch. Then back to welding, but after about an hour the welder was once again blocking up, so I will be cleaning the wire hose once more tomorrow.
I remembered to use some metal offcuts to guide the longer straight cuts this time, which made a big difference to the time spent cleaning up with the grinder. If you leave the oxidized surface on the cut metal it fizzes and bubbles something horrible when you try and weld it, so the surfaces must be nice and clean.