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Sberry
Sberry
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Last Activity: 12-02-2022, 10:10 AM
Joined: 03-11-2003
Location: Brethren, Mi
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  • Sberry
    replied to Mobile welding business
    You already have other biz,,, why start another from scratch.
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  • Sberry
    replied to New Member
    Its kind of cute....
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  • Nice sketches for here. The cols look like they might be able to be tipped up by hand with a couple 3 guys?...
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  • Sberry
    replied to Engine driven welder search
    A Hobart 210 CI,,, whatever the new model is might be on my list. If you have enough to run the stick machine you have it will work, wouldnt allow 100% with big rods but would be enough for a part timer to build some one off excavating tools. If building new tools was my goal would get away from sticks...
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  • Sberry
    replied to Engine driven welder search
    Ok,,, While the big heavy engine welders are good and have their place they are expensive to operate and wouldnt take long at all to pay for an electric machine doing fab work. The real reason to get one is for field and portable and unless I was an extreme specialist (would be advising vs asking here)...
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  • Sberry
    replied to Engine driven welder search
    Personally would post up this generator you already own and see if I could find something to plug in to it. This is why they make machines different than a 200 which is really specialty today but carry a welder and then a genset? This would about scream,,, I dont have a clue. Only place I would want...
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  • Sberry
    replied to Engine driven welder search
    Most of the field work isnt the size but the skill. in 40 yrs burned 10X as many 1/8 rods and in some cases smaller than ever used larger ones cept for couple str4etches working for other contractors on insane jobs. Even all the internet welders I know only a handful truly do big work and more and more...
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    Last edited by Sberry; 11-05-2022, 05:08 PM.

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  • Sberry
    replied to Engine driven welder search
    The Miller has AC power and weighs 1/2 as much, runs a bit cheaper. You can only use so big a rod n most cases and its a bit of a matter how long a guy can do it. Out of position is pretty much limited to 5/32 and unless you are a specialist have no need for 7/32 welding col splices or grader blades....
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    Last edited by Sberry; 11-05-2022, 04:45 PM.

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  • Ok,,, those are all good, the red one looks especially interesting and no one is being robbed with any of them. But since you mention power as a concern it is a reality and the Tbolt which is a very good machine operates from a common 50A circuit which is a huge bonus in my humble opin. I wouldnt...
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