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  • #61
    Miller Multimatic 200

    Have you welded with the 6011 electrode in the stick function ?

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    • #62
      No, I've been using 7018's. Mainly because that's what I have the most of right now. I do have some 6013's but no 6011's.

      Did you see my comment on the MVP plugs?

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      • #63
        Miller Multimatic 200

        No I haven't what about the MVP plug?

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        • #64
          I put a comment in this post earlier on about what I did to the mvp plugs so that you can see the arrows better. I dim light, they're hard to see when you're switching plugs. I'll put the pic in again...
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          • #65
            Miller Multimatic 200

            Ohk I see

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            • #66
              I'm **** that way. Too much free time?

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              • #67
                Miller Multimatic 200

                Lol same here

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                • #68
                  What kind of equipment have you got now? You mentioned that you sold a couple your welders...

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                  • #69
                    Miller Multimatic 200

                    Miller bobcat 225 , millermatic 140

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                    • #70
                      Along with the 200, I've got a Hobart AirForce 250ci plasma cutter. After you get the new welder, are you still going to keep the 140?

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                      • #71
                        Miller Multimatic 200

                        Ill probably sell it along with some torches I want to get me a plasma cutter how's the Hobart Air Force ?

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                        • #72
                          It's great for what I've used it for. I first had the Miller Spectrum 115c. I had some difficulty cutting with it so I sold it and got the Hobart. It's always worked great for me. Not that I use it that much. It will easily cut up to 1/4". What I like about it is that it runs off 115v, so I don't have to have a compressor for it. I've got a small pancake compressor that I use for airing tires, etc. I don't really have room for a big compressor. If I did, I would have one...and a bending brake, and a band saw, and a drill press...

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                          • #73
                            Miller Multimatic 200

                            So for the Hobart Air Force all you need to do is plug it up and start cutting ?

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                            • #74
                              That's it. It's got it's own on-board compressor. I've had it for about a year and it's been just what I hoped. I've got a Evolution Rage2 chop saw for cutting other stuff.

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                              • #75
                                Miller Multimatic 200

                                I guess after I get the multimatic I need to think of a good plasma cutter

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