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    I am making a trailer out of 1/4 in steel and dose the 200 weld up to 1/4 in i have never tryed it so i would like to know befor i buy the steel.

  • #2
    I'll assume SMAW, so the answer is definitely yes, no problem.

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    • #3
      even if he wanted to TIG it it would do the 1/4" in the small runs needed for a trailor assembly. small duty cycle but doable.

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      • #4
        ok yes i was going to tig weld it

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        • #5
          it will do 1/4" but its at the top of the amp's so the duty cycle will be short.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by fun4now View Post
            it will do 1/4" but its at the top of the amp's so the duty cycle will be short.
            ok Its all I got so it will have to do the coolemate should help me a little!

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            • #7
              just wondering?

              Why would you want to take all the extra time involved in welding a trailer with a tig ? It's a trailer not a show piece, yes tig looks nice but mig and stick is so much faster and when done right it looks good too. Dave

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              • #8
                i think he just wants the practise
                it will be fine for a trailor as they will be small welds then move and do another small weld, small being 3" and under. well within the duty cycle. stick would be a much faster way to do it. i'm just guessing its getting TIG for the paractise. the cooler will help no question about it, should make it a nice comfortable weld project.
                be shore to get us some pic's. we all love pic's

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dabar39 View Post
                  Why would you want to take all the extra time involved in welding a trailer with a tig ? It's a trailer not a show piece, yes tig looks nice but mig and stick is so much faster and when done right it looks good too. Dave
                  MIG is faster.

                  TIG is funner.

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                  • #10
                    LOL cant argue with that one.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by phila.renewal View Post
                      MIG is faster.

                      TIG is funner.
                      Thats the whole point of my screen name!

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