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Suggestions on venting welder/generator so it can be used inside?

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  • Suggestions on venting welder/generator so it can be used inside?

    I have a Miller 250 Bobcat that I use primarily in the garage. It's kind of a pain to move that thing outside everytime I use it. Has anyone had any luck creating a venting system so I could use a welder like this indoors? What are the potential problems (you know, like dying of asphyxiation or something crappy like that) or concerns I should have. Any images of how someone has done this would be great. Thanks!

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    It just furnace venting, pop a hole in you garage wall, fit some acordian line to your machine and out the hole. Maybe put a vent cap there and stick some insulation around the hole to stop back venting.

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