Posted by chuckinnc on October 15, 2012 at 07:31:05 from (22.214.171.124):
I find the need to weld thin stuff alot these days, maybe because everything is made of thin metal now. I have a Ox/Ac that I use to cut metal sometimes, Im looking at a mig welder with tank to weld thin metal, I have a 225 amp ac welder for big stuff. I don"t know which would be better for thin metal, buying a mig and tank or learning to weld with the Ox/Ac I have now. Which would do a better job on thin metal?
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