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  • Antique Hobart Welder

    Would anyone have more information on this specific welder? It doesn't seem to have a model number and I cannot find one like it (200 amps) on this forum. I think it's from the 1940s.

    Thank you!

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    Getting close to a MB-204... but even it has a polarity switch on the left side yours does not.

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    • #3
      Welcome to the forum.
      Lincoln A/C 225
      Everlast PA 200

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      • #4
        Unit was built in October 1941 and is a SPEC#629. It was sold to Hobart Trade School(Now HIWT) to train new welders. It was rated at 100 amps/ 25 volts with a max output of 150. It is a 3 phase electric motor generator DC welder.

        Keith

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