i bought a fairly decent argon-shielded Lincoln mig welder maybe 15 years ago and have never been able to use it effectively. As I've written on this forum before, for some reason I can't see the weld joint -- not because something is in the way but because I simply can't see the joint the way I can with a stick welder. It's a physiological problem, not a technique problem. I've tried lenses from 9 to 12, but nothing helps. I can only see the joint when I aim two 500-watt halogen lamps directly at the joint at close range; then I'm sort of OK (sight-wise), but I still much prefer the stick welder for anything but sheet metal (when I often revert to my oxy-acetylene unit). I need mig practice, but the sight issue makes it hard. I'm sadly disappointed with mig welding.
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