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Talk about MIG welding equipment, guns, drive-roll systems, solid and flux-cored wires, etc.
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Carbon steel is the most commonly welded metal of them all. Heavy, strong, inexpensive.
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This metal alloy is resistant to rust, corrosion and stains.
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Miller Autodark helmet not working.
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    Electrical circuit diagram for Hobart TR-250-HF Tig machine
    roro
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    Gpb 260
    LyleZ
    Hello all! I'm new to the sight and have been trying to figure what I've stumbled upon. I've narrowed it down to the 50s model except instead of the Willy's 4cyl its the Wisconsin 4cyl vg4d in it. I've contacted Hobart and spoke with supposed expert. His words were that was before his time and how would...
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    Overall expense - Mig vs. Flux
    RussL
    Newbie here....I know, sorry. Wanting to get a Hobart 140 but can't decide if I should add the expense of gas to run MIG. I know Flux wire is twice the cost as MIG wire so maybe it's a wash (besides the upfront cost of the tank)? Thanks!...
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  • Njclimber
    Hobart gb-318
    Njclimber
    Need help with figuring out what the switch by the exhaust manifold is? Looks like some type of plunger through a coil. Maybe a xfmr, maybe a relay. I'm at a loss. Could use a manual as well. Hooks up to a terminal for the front panel. The switch is a rocker arm with a shaft that goes through what looks...
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    Practice Material
    TommyWeld
    I use Hobart 140 Amp MIG welder. I originally bought it for stitching together body repair metal on an old race car. It worked well and it didn't take too long to get up to speed without practice. The metal was all 20ga .and 22ga., so I got pretty good at welding small tacks and making plug welds...
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    Miller Autodark helmet not working.
    Rocky D
    You old timers will remember when I broke both my feet, back in '04, and several of you together with Hobart sent me a Miller autodark helmet when I was in the hospital. Well, I still have it, but I never used it too much, since it means a lot to me, and I didn't want it to get messed up. Well, I took...
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    Danger.... Listen to the Little Voice...
    Dale M.
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    Hobart 120
    ~0le
    Friends,

    My neighbor brought over a Hobart 120 that he got free. I'm the area's backyard welder and he wants an opinion. He thinks it lived its previous life in a muffler shop. It is set up for .023 wire. The drive mechanism looks just like my Hobart 190's except for the way the drive...
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