Welder advice

  1. andyt41 Member

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  2. skotl

    skotl Forum Supporter

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    It's not answering the question you ask (cos the answer to that question is "no" :) ) but it looks like a generic Chinese machine. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it's difficult to see a machine trying to do all three processes at that price, and doing any of them well.

    What is it you're looking to do / weld? If you really need both MIG and stick then you might be better off with a second hand known-brand MIG and then one of these jolly little £70 arc welders off amazon or ebay.
    But if you only need one process then you'd be better off finding the best machine in your price range (new or used) that does what you need.

    Apologies for asking you about things you've possibly already considered!
     
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  3. Mark 2

    Mark 2 Forum Supporter

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    110v is a waste of time.
    As above - No.
     
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  4. Rannsachair

    Rannsachair Forum Supporter

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    Sorry, love the advert
    "Please do not use MIG 205DS on a rainy day or places with water." So no use in Ireland or Scotland then :laughing:
     
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  5. Shedendman

    Shedendman Member

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    Yes welder,jeez,come on now:laughing:
     
  6. a111r Member

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  7. Shedendman

    Shedendman Member

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