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New 211 & it's 1st porject

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  • New 211 & it's 1st porject

    Just got a 211 and built a cart for it. Nothing fancy, just the basic needs.

    PS I figured to leave the wheels Red to ad some contrast. Haven't got 220 to the garage yet but so far welded 3/16" with no problem. Love the auto set feature.
    Last edited by tooln; 07-23-2011, 12:12 PM.

  • #2
    Nice job. Are you going to add anything to secure the welder to the top?


    • #3
      Nope, it's just going to sit there. I though about fastening it down but there is enough weight where it won't move.


      • #4
        Hi Tooln.
        Good choice in welders. I really enjoy my MM211AS.
        I suggest you add a handle on the front to move the cart easier and you can roll up your gun and ground wire so they are protected and easy to use.
        Here is how I did mine several years ago, just some angle iron, 1/4" pipe, and scrap.
        Attached Files


        • #5

          I am a Nebie . i just purchased a 211 and have some questions on power supply. Hopefully you can help me .What size breaker did you wire your 211 with , and what size wire did you use to wire that breaker ? thanks Al


          • #6
            nice idea for storing the gas cylinder caps



            • #7
              Looks Great!


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