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  • Miller Multimatic 200

    Well I have 2 hands...soo I guess 2 lol

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    • So, did you get a chance to give the 200 a workout yesterday? If so, what do you like & dislike about it so far?

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      • Miller Multimatic 200

        I like the smooth arc and has a lot of power for a small machine so far so good just have to get used to adjusting wire speed and heat

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        • That's what I found also. Incredibly smooth arc. I'm going to play around with it on manual today for a while.

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          • Miller Multimatic 200

            Are you using flux core as well ?

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            • Yes. I've actually never tried C25. I just use flux-core. I've got the Argon tank for practicing tig & for the spool gun.

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              • Miller Multimatic 200

                So used to using c25 flux core feels weird to me

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                • I don't know any other way. Maybe when this Aron tanks empty, I'll exchange it for a tank of C25. Just got done practicing with the spool gun. It was running like crap this morning. I changed the tip and tightened the drive rolls and it ran much better. I did couple of t-joints on some 1/4" x 1" aluminum strips that I cut about 4 inches long. I get a lot of spatter on the the welding table that sticks to the table. I don't know if that's normal with the spoolgun or if I'm doing something wrong. I'm going to have to lightly grind the table to get it smooth again. I think next time I'll spray a little Pam on the table first. I just don't know if that spatter's normal. I also get spatter on the workpiece around the weld. Any help would be appreciated...

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                  • Miller Multimatic 200

                    Try pushing the weld instead of pulling by the way I just picked up the miller suitcase and I have to tell you it is a ****en beast

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                    • I do push the weld. What condition is it in? You've got to be pretty excited...

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                      • Miller Multimatic 200

                        1-10 is an 8 this thing is a beast I sure wish I would have a big spool of flux core wire guess ill be buying some next week

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                        • I haven't run mine on 115v yet. I should try that tomorrow. I did about an hour of stick welding today. It really has a smooth arc. Extremely easy to strike an arc. The more I use it the more I'm impressed.

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                          • Miller Multimatic 200

                            The only thing i have to buy is a gun for the suitcase but yeah I'm impressed with the smooth arc on the multimatic I can't wait to try it on c25 but that will be Monday when I get to the shop

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                            • Let me know how it does.

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                              • Miller Multimatic 200

                                I sure wish I could post pics

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