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  • Mk-2000a

    Dan,could give me some baseline settings for this mig unit.This thing is really easier than it looks,but you can get it really out of wack.
    I am just kidding Dan,and only wanted to show you you guys got it easy with the two knob show.
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  • #2
    golly,you got another one of them migs.....I like tig better but I just want a mig welder to weld the thicker material like 1/2 borderline....How much you want for that hobart?


    • #3
      It is a stick,mig,pulse mig,tig unit.


      • #4
        interesting,I can't find anything good off of ebay but I'll keep looking. *crosses my fingers*


        • #5
          That is where that came from,and it was mint condition.The Hobart is not for sale.I love that simple little feeder.


          • #6

            Impressive set up. It looks a little intimidating though. I think I d have to take that Hobart feeder and connect it to a more traditional power source. What can I say Im still a little old school when it comes to my welder preferences. I am evolving though , After all Im planning on getting a Maxstar 150 sth once it finally enters the market. I also have thought about doing some horse trading (not the wife's) for the Dynasty 200. Im wanting a 120/240 volt power source.
            MigMaster 250- Smooth arc with a good touch of softness to it. Good weld puddle wetout. Light spatter producer.
            Ironman 230 - Soft arc with a touch of agressiveness to it. Very good weld puddle wet out. Light spatter producer.

            PM 180C

            HH 125 EZ - impressive little fluxcore only unit


            • #7
              Dan,it is really one knob to set the current.If you are not using pulse it very simple.They have a synergic control for those somewhere out in e-bay land.I love inductance,slope control on my welders.If you want a machine with lots of guts,and single/three phase it's the 50 volt unit to get.It is my portable unit on it matching Harbor Freight green wagon.

              Is this simpler for you as far as tigs go.