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  1. #1
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    Default millermatic212 anyone own & like

    whats your opinion on thee millermatic212 or 210? do you like it? i'm looking at the 212. any problems welding 3/8 inch? thanks

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    As for the 212, i've yet to be around one. However, we do have a 210 here at the school and I have used it to weld 3/8" before without any problems. I wouldn't want to go much higher but it handled the 3/8" ok. I prefer the 251/252 series machines for their added capacity and digital readout.
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    Thumbs up Mm212

    the MM210 is an excellent welder well spoken for. the MM212 is the new version with a few changes, mostly cosmetic but the arc is just as nice and it should in time show to be just as nice as the MM210. its an excellent choice.
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    Thumbs up

    I own the 210 and love it; doesn't make me dinner so it will never replace the wife but it was money well spent!-)
    Millermatic 210

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    I got a new 212 last fall and really like it should be a good machine for ya

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    A search on MM210/212 will give you as much info as you want to read.

    MM210/212 is a well respected line. As the basic specs say, it's rated to weld 3/8" steel in a single pass.

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    I have both and they both weld great. As far as welding 3/8, No problem.
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    I'm very happy with my Millermatic 210. It's all the GMAW machine I'll ever need, and the way it runs, I'd say it'll be around for my grandsons.

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