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Old 10-27-2009, 05:29 AM
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110 volt Mig welder ?

Anybody using one?
I just took a lesson using a Miller 125 rosen core wire feed 110 volt welder, piece O cake.

Looking at a Hobart 125 EZ and the Hobart Handler 140 and comparable Miller's and Lincoln's.
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I have the Hobart 140 I believe.. Great for thin stuff and it's like caulking, very easy to learn to MIG weld.
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We have five Miller 135 MIGs in the shop that do everything but actual frame welding. Well, even that but no frame sectioning. Other than that, every single unibody "frame" and everything else that is welded in the shop is with them.

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I have a Lincoln weld-pack 100 flux core that I use for thin stuff and where I intend to grind my welds. I also have a Lincoln Power Mig 140 that I use on thicker stuff and especially where I know the weld will show. Flux core welding spatters a lot and even the best weld looks crappy without grinding. When using gas it is MUCH easier to get a nice professional looking weld.
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mig

Thanks guys.
I meant to say flux not resin.
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