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    Default why even build a 20% duty cycle machine?!

    I used a snap on 110v mig welder the other day and i gotta say it blew my millermatic 180 out of the water. I used to think snap on just picked the cheapest welder they could find and slap their name on it... but thats not the case at all. It had a 100% duty cycle at max amperage and welded really nice for a 110v welder. Plus it was pretty cool that the feeder was detachable.

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    100% Duty Cycle @ what amperage ?
    I've never seen any mig welder with 100% duty cycle !

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    What?... dude u have never seen a mig welder then. U look at the bigger industrial machines and they definetly have 100%. And yes the little 140 or 150 amp snap on is 100% at max amps. That is usually not the case with the smaller machines so thats pretty much the reason of starting this thread

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    Delta weld 652 for example

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    And not only that but the snap on came with an actual ground clamp.... not a piece of tin made to look like a ground clamp.

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    Post up a link to the specs on this wonderful machine
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    Quote Originally Posted by c wagner:296562
    Post up a link to the specs on this wonderful machine
    I dont know what model it was.... used it for bout 20 minutes. I think it was a mm140. It was 120v and also is a pulse machine.

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    With the price tag they've got they should be 100% duty cycle and come with an operator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldonwelding:296564
    Quote Originally Posted by c wagner:296562
    Post up a link to the specs on this wonderful machine
    I dont know what model it was.... used it for bout 20 minutes. I think it was a mm140. It was 120v and also is a pulse machine.
    You obviously have internet access... so google snap on mm140. I know it was 100% dc because i looked at the specifications on the machine right after i used it. I was in awe when i seen it so i just figured i would share.

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