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  • MIG welding adventures w/ CIGWELD Weldskil 250 Mig

    I will be posting new metal projects in the coming days using this welding process
    so watch out. Kinda excited with the new projects in line.
    CIGWELD Weldskill 250 amp Mig Welder
    AHP Alpha-TIG 200X welder
    HITRONIC 300 Amp DC Inverter IGBT Welder
    YAMATO 300 amp AC Stick Welder
    YAMATO 200 amp DC Inverter IGBT Welder
    DeWALT Chopsaw
    HOBART and ESAB Welding Helmets


    cloned STIHLs

    MS 044 chainsaw
    MS 070 chainsaw

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    looking forward to them

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      Any updates? I want to venture into this too..... not that I hate my stick welds but I want to learn new things. Long time no post since I started stick welding back in 2012

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        Bro if you are really interested in learning how to Mig weld, then go for it, buy yourself
        a Mig machine, its not really hard to lean how to apply the welds, its more cleaner than
        using a stick welder. Only thing is its more expensive compared to a stick welder.

        Plus you have to buy yet a tank of Co2 or a tank of mixed gas (80/20) argon/Co2 as your
        shielding gas, then a roll of Mig wire. Now if its ok with you all this expenses then go go
        for it and enjoy learning the process of Mig welding !
        CIGWELD Weldskill 250 amp Mig Welder
        AHP Alpha-TIG 200X welder
        HITRONIC 300 Amp DC Inverter IGBT Welder
        YAMATO 300 amp AC Stick Welder
        YAMATO 200 amp DC Inverter IGBT Welder
        DeWALT Chopsaw
        HOBART and ESAB Welding Helmets


        cloned STIHLs

        MS 044 chainsaw
        MS 070 chainsaw

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jolens View Post
          Any updates? I want to venture into this too..... not that I hate my stick welds but I want to learn new things. Long time no post since I started stick welding back in 2012

          go for it
          for a while now i've been using flux-core but just recently i got co2 and a 5kg spool of solid MIG wire. i'm still learning MIG but i gotta say that it won't totally replace other welding methods coz MIG has low penetration and i only have the small Cigweld 135 so i'm limited to thin material. but that's also the advantage of MIG, it's great for thin material. today i welded 1.3mm wall pipe w/ MIG, which was pretty much impossible to do w/ fluxcore

          btw if you'll get a MIG machine get one w/ continuously-variable voltage setting. my cigweld 135 only has 4-step voltage control so you can't fine tune it.

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