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post #41 of 45

It's also worth noting that unless the manufacturer lists the duty cycle at various amperage levels the duty cycle refers to the highest amperage available.

 

With most low duty cycle machines if you stay in the middle or less of the amperage range you will be able to weld more or less continuously.

 

 

Lance

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Your gonna be so much happier with that machine than a cheap one there isn't even words to describe it.

I totally agree, I have been using a junk welder that is so frustrating to use just because is was a welder and I wanted to learn. I had to put a clamp on the feed wheels just so it would feed the wire. Needless to say I cannot wait to use my new one!!!!
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I have a Hobart handler140 and love it
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I have a Hobart handler140 and love it


I cant wait to put it to use. I don't have a garage, just a little shed that I use to work out of, how will it do in the cooler temps?

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I cant wait to put it to use. I don't have a garage, just a little shed that I use to work out of, how will it do in the cooler temps?
I've used it in my garage when it was pretty cold andit did fine. I've had mine for about 4 years and is been great
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