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  • Mosa MS 170 welder

    I recently purchased an old high frequency welder that was made it Italy. It seems to be from the late 1970's or early 1980's. It is driven by a small 2 cycle engine, sounds like a chain saw. Range is from 70 -170 amps. I used it on both thick and thin metals and it works good on both. It is loud as **** though. Wondering if anyone has a manual or other info. I have seen one similar made by McCullough in the 1960's. Any info would be great. It weighs about 65 lbs.

    Colin

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    That is an awesome machine!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Colin View Post
      I recently purchased an old high frequency welder that was made it Italy. It seems to be from the late 1970's or early 1980's. It is driven by a small 2 cycle engine, sounds like a chain saw. Range is from 70 -170 amps. I used it on both thick and thin metals and it works good on both. It is loud as **** though. Wondering if anyone has a manual or other info. I have seen one similar made by McCullough in the 1960's. Any info would be great. It weighs about 65 lbs.

      Colin
      They are still around. Contact them!

      http://www.mosa.it/en/product/engine...387c16487b23c7

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      • #4
        I think at one time even harbor freight sold those or some different Mosa models through their online store.
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