Originally Posted by wibas
I was wrong about the model of my miller. It is a model 120 but it is a 220v machine which is about 20 years old but used very little. I think the amp range is 30-90. I'm using 75% argon, 25% co2 gas. The machine will rum .030 and I thinks .023 wire. Anybody using the esab easy grind wire? Yes I'm on a budget as far as adding gas to the Lincoln welder. It looks like it would cost $180.00 for the K586-1 kit plus $200.00 for a bottle. That's why it would be cheaper to make the miller work better for auto body panels. Thanks for very bodies input. No I'm not crying about being on a budget. Just frugal!
if it will turn down to 30 amps, I think you could use it.
mine goes from 210 amps - 30 amps, and I dont weld on the very lowest settings, for sheetmetal.