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Danny
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  • Danny
    started a topic Multimatic 215

    Multimatic 215

    Ran my new Multimatic 215 last night for the first time. Below is a quick review of my experience.

    Played with the 215 a little last night, in MIG mode, on 1/8" . Ran an .030 and .035 wire with C25. The arc quality is good. Miller definitely messed up though by not giving the unit...
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  • Danny
    replied to Multimatic 215 question
    Ed,

    By "hold timer", I meant that the read out holds the value for a few seconds after a weld is completed. The meters on my Migmaster 250, Fabricator 181i, and Fabricator 211i function this way. I contacted Miller and a weld tech confirmed that the amperage is held for a few...
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  • Danny
    replied to My first welds...advice welcome!
    Butt and outside corner joints typically require less voltage and wire speed then a T or lap joint. On some scrap you might try dropping the Auto-set dial setting one material thickness.
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  • Danny
    replied to Multimatic 215 question
    Ed,

    If I 've done this correctly, the video should starting out close to the point were I noticed the wirespeed to amperage change. Of course I had the video on full screen when I noticed the display change.

    Well it looks like the video is going to start from the beginning....
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    Last edited by Danny; 10-06-2017, 04:23 PM.

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  • Danny
    started a topic Multimatic 215 question

    Multimatic 215 question

    Watching a Miller You Tube video on the unit being used in MIG mode I noticed that the wire speed "read out" transitioned to an amperage value while the operator was running a bead. Miller mentions nothing about this in their literature on the unit. So I was wondering if any one knows if there...
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