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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipsomaniac:296566
    No. But it looks close

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldonwelding:296568
    Quote Originally Posted by Dipsomaniac:296566
    No. But it looks close
    i found it on that page but i cant post it on here from phone. Its called muscle mig 140. And it says 100% DUTY CYCLE @ 140 amp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy:296565
    With the price tag they've got they should be 100% duty cycle and come with an operator.
    3 times the price of a 120v miller. 10 times the welder. Go figure

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    I usually wouldnt post something on this forum if i didnt know the facts. This is a perfect example of why. Thanks for viewing

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldonwelding
    I usually wouldnt post something on this forum if i didnt know the facts. This is a perfect example of why. Thanks for viewing
    Do you see the issue with this machine? How many people that only have 120VAC can supply 30amps through their outlets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipsomaniac:296575
    Quote Originally Posted by weldonwelding
    I usually wouldnt post something on this forum if i didnt know the facts. This is a perfect example of why. Thanks for viewing
    Do you see the issue with this machine? How many people that only have 120VAC can supply 30amps through their outlets?
    People that actually have welding to do. This machine is definetly not the "homeowners" machine. The price tag proves that. Thats not my point though. The point is this machine is 120v 140amp 100% duty cycle. My friend that owns the one i used had to install a separate receptacle for it... because of it being 30amp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldonwelding
    People that actually have welding to do. This machine is definetly not the "homeowners" machine. The price tag proves that. Thats not my point though. The point is this machine is 120v 140amp 100% duty cycle. My friend that owns the one i used had to install a separate receptacle for it... because of it being 30amp.

    LOL...You could get a Millermatic 252 for less money and have a bigger machine (150amps @100% duty cycle) for those of us that use 240VAC...LOL
    Last edited by Dipsomaniac; 11-20-2012 at 08:51 PM. Reason: put the matic in the miller...:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipsomaniac:296577
    Quote Originally Posted by weldonwelding
    People that actually have welding to do. This machine is definetly not the "homeowners" machine. The price tag proves that. Thats not my point though. The point is this machine is 120v 140amp 100% duty cycle. My friend that owns the one i used had to install a separate receptacle for it... because of it being 30amp.

    LOL...You could get a Millermatic 252 for less money and have a bigger machine (150amps @100% duty cycle) for those of us that use 240VAC...LOL
    Ohh and also millermatic 180 is 240v. Again know your facts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldonwelding:296580
    Quote Originally Posted by Dipsomaniac:296577
    Quote Originally Posted by weldonwelding
    People that actually have welding to do. This machine is definetly not the "homeowners" machine. The price tag proves that. Thats not my point though. The point is this machine is 120v 140amp 100% duty cycle. My friend that owns the one i used had to install a separate receptacle for it... because of it being 30amp.

    LOL...You could get a Millermatic 252 for less money and have a bigger machine (150amps @100% duty cycle) for those of us that use 240VAC...LOL
    Ohh and also millermatic 180 is 240v. Again know your facts...
    One more thing before i go..... LOL

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