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Re: Any way to fix this problem

Postby MinnesotaDave » Mon Feb 20, 2017 11:54 am

Farmwelding wrote:Switched it over to the 211 this morning and worked beautifully but sure as heck, no nut to hold the spool on. Just improvised with a spring clamp. I have to say-that 211 kicks butt against the 130. Love to change the breaker but as I said earlier-two weeks and a hundred bucks later we might have a new breaker that will last for a little while.


More power is always nicer :D
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Re: Any way to fix this problem

Postby Farmwelding » Mon Feb 20, 2017 3:34 pm

Yeah when I went to my local tech school and had fun with 440 volts and three phase. That was a fun time. Never could have enough power. That's why they make dynasty 700s. Why take a few passes in inch thick aluminum when you can take one?
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warning!! Bad English may be in post. It's off a phone/autocorrect. I've had teachers with worse spelling!
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