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When did these small inverter stick welders get so good? These have a similar duty cycle to the huge machines, provide DC ability and cost less.
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>>2549920
It happened the second Inverter Technology started getting used.
It used to be only on ultra high end machines
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I have the mig/flux version in 120v-240v with the digital readouts and it's pretty damn good. For my small stuff like .120 walled box or .250 plate it works fine on 120v. I just started building an engine crane out of old steel pipe I salvaged and had to switch to the 240v plug. This thing cooks! If you're not welding pipe all day it's a great cheap alternative. I'm running 10-15 second beads at the most with 75/25 mix. It can also accept the tig spool as well.



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