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Re: Bought a Tig need advice on filler and tungsten

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12-10-2012 21:46:31

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Yeah, I know how that goes :)

I would get 3/32" tungstens for most things, 1/16 for thin stuff, and even thinner if you plan to work on super thin materials. I'd get filler in the 1/16 and 3/32 sizes, maybe a little 1/8" but only for welding up gaps, if thats something you'll end up doing...

Most Dual-Voltage machines will have another plug, or a cord or something which goes on the stock 220v plug, and plugs into a 110v outlet. Thats how my Longevity plasma is... You can see the setup in one of the earlier parts of this video:

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12-10-2012 21:54:02

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 Re: Bought a Tig need advice on filler and tungsten in reply to Lanse, 12-10-2012 21:46:31  
The 140st actually came without a plug and you buy one and wire it up 2 what you want... I have my mig and stick to do thick stuff so I am going to keep it at 110 to make thin stuff for my pulling tractors and to fix sheet metal on the tractors we restore... Im going to start out with 10 of the 25 1/16 electrodes and 5 lbs of the er70s6 to practice with and go from there... I watched some of your videos they look good.... Ill be sure to upload some of my projects once i get this thing going...

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