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  • e71t-1

    hints on running e71t-1 3/16 wire on 1/4 inch plate in vertical postion

  • #2
    wire welding

    the wire that we use in the feild is no bigger than 5/32 and that is
    NR-211mp lincoln wire

    the other wire we use is NR-232 and that wire is .072
    and the last one we fall back on is the good old 7018
    1/8 inch is the all out weld in any spot

    the wire you have sounds like ship yard welding that is where i
    have seen wire that size


    • #3
      I think you mean 3/32" wire, and that'd be mighty hot and fast! Sorry, I've only run an E71T-1 1/16" wire in the vertical position, and on 1/4" plate I think I'd have troubles knowing where to set the machine to avoid meltdown. I've only run 3/32" flux core in flat and horizontal positions.


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