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Re: Lincoln welder followed me home (pics)

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05-30-2014 18:07:06

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I'm retiring soon after 41 years working at Lincoln and I have never seen one of the V-4 models. That's probably from the 50s.

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05-31-2014 17:51:06

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 Re: Lincoln welder followed me home (pics) in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 05-30-2014 18:07:06  
Hey Mike.

You must have had an interesting career there. I still have the first brand new welder I ever bought, An AC225 buzzbox.

I am thinking that it is at least that old. Kinda styled before roundish things went out of vogue (that time).


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06-01-2014 16:56:03

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 Re: Lincoln welder followed me home (pics) in reply to Brad Buchanan, 05-31-2014 17:51:06  
We're still making that 225. I started there in '73 and we were going crazy making 650's with 2-71s for the Alaska pipeline. I have a TJD that I completely rebuilt and a TFD that runs. Just nothing to use them on right now.

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06-02-2014 23:21:12

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 Re: Lincoln welder followed me home (pics) in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 06-01-2014 16:56:03  
Most of the Alaska pipeline was welded with Hobart machines. One of the first jobs using the new DCC 353 P 350 amp CC/CV machines with CRC automatic MIG equipment. They also used older Hobart CC/CV models but I can't remember the model. Used to have a magazine with a big article on the Alaska pipeline. 650 amp Lincolns might have been used for sub-arc on elbows and stuff that could be rotated in a shelter. There's a picture of the X65 grade pipe in the Procedure handbook.

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