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Old 09-12-2020, 11:00 AM #16
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Extremely good advice. Its alot harder to weld 1/8 plate with 120volt welder. Yes you can do it. However, its alot easier and better welds with a 220 volt welder as your amperage will be a lot higher and easier to do.

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The repair piece is 11 gauge and my millermatic 130 will weld 1/4 plate with .040 wire.


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The repair piece is 11 gauge and my millermatic 130 will weld 1/4 plate with .040 wire.


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Yes all 110 welders can do 1/4 plate with multiple passes. I just thought that for folks reading this that if possible its better to use a 220 volt welder.

I always weld my ground bar to the steel I am working on too so I have a good ground close by for better welds as well.

.40 wire will do very well in your project.

I mostly use .35 for heavier steel 1/8 inch. I need to get a better welder though. I have outgrown my original one.

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