With the exception of my old Weldmaster welder that is wound with double cotton covered copper wire all wire has an insulating varnish on it.The old BS persists about welders are all wound with copper wire.There are many types of insulating varnish used.You often see some one post the older Lincoln 225s were copper wound.Copper has always been expensive.My Lincoln 225 cost 93.00 delivered to my door in 1964.My dad bought the Weldmaster for 10 bucks in a scrapyard.He could return it for a refund if it didnt work.He bought electric motors the same way.Welders will last a life time if we can keep dummies from scrapping them.
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