I have been using 7018AC on my 225 Lincoln to weld the thick springs on my son's Great Plains drill for several years. Saves him over $100 each time I do one. I set it about 120 and take my time and makes a very strong weld. Picture of one before grinding the weld smooth. Richard in NW SC
Re: Welding 7018 with a buzz box in reply to Richard G., 12-19-2012 14:40:33
That's a hot 3/32" for 7018. To be fair you can't see the weld very well in the picture. It doesn't look like the smooth bead and ripples typical of 7018 and the slag also doesn't look like it's from 7018.
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