Yes they are the bigger die size 100mm ISH at a guess , I know there are some slots but not sure on anything else been there well over a decade
When we clear them I'll put them up
Not sure what to do with them tbh
Very true if only I had the space to hoard more only this week we have scrapped an old but working 3ph bivac
3 X 40ft material conveyors ,
Best part of 10 ton of off cuts and scrap plate laying about the place , and that's not mentioning the stuff that's got crammed in storage containers to sit...
Boss was having a clear out at work , I couldn't see them gonin the skip , even if I doubt I'll ever use them
There will be a load of larger geka punch and dies and some milling tools next week, I'll save them to , I hate seeing stuff scrapped
2 spring to mind
1 I sold 2 spares or repairs mopeds young kid turns up in a Corsa with a socket set ,over an hour but to his credit he got them in with the boot shut , his girlfriend wasn't best pleased as she had 2 wheels and a load of plastic on her knee
2 I was selling a 5kva 110v Honda...
I've been given this lincoln square wave 255
Would anyone have an idea of value? I took it in lew of payment for some machine repairs, I don't plan on selling it maybe get round to trying some ally tig at some point, when I get a 6pin conector only had a bit of a play on some 4mm rods...
We run about 14 mix of mb36 and mb501 Parker mig torchs carnt fault them tbh for 55/60 plus for an mb36 they are very good value for money I echo what Hood says you do get a very occasional trigger stick solved this by sticking some graphite dust from a pencil in one worked sweet ever since
Yes pretty much
2mm to 25/30mm is the daily normal tbh only thing we swop about is the torch we use cheap copy mb36 Parker torches for fab and most welding upto 250amp as our fabs lads are rough and not the kindest to machines and tools if it rarely gets used to weld at plus 280/300amp for...
Sorry for the late reply
I suppose it is a good endorsement, the best way to describe it is a well build, budget friendly, reliable work horse.
No if doesn't its as basic as it gets
3 power adjustment switches on the plant
And wire feed adjustment on the feeder
And I carnt remember but this...
No change really its the same as it was when purchased
Cracking bit of kit for the money not gave any issues, its goes through 1 to 2 15kg reels aweek,
If we have any fab weld sets fail beyond economical repair in the future they will, be replaced with these without question
No I've laminated it a glued it inside the maintaince container
If I write it anywhere on the machine I can pretty much bet someone with idle hands will. Be playing with settings they knowNothing about :fighting:
When you cleaned the carb
Did you clean the fuel tap. Bowl if it has one,
Did you remove the main jet?
Above this there is an emulsion tube this comes out and allways needs cleaning
They a a very reliable lump and and don't usually give much issues if u keep them serviced...