Perhaps I should not have used such an "absolute" statement, however where I have grown up we use such langauge as a figure of speech. Am I saying that this is the ultimate machine for everything, no. But if I needed to weld together two pieces of metal using a wire feed process, this welder would be my first choice. In case you are wondering, yes I am biased towards Blue. I learned to weld on Blue, come from a mostly Blue town, and find blue works best for me. I will not apolgize for this, but keep in mind this is my opinion.
Lastly, to Fat_Fab.com, I would like to apologize if I have come across as arrogant or an a**, this is not my intent. I simply found your original comments a little insulting considering I only posted to express My Opinion. No hard feelings on this side.
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Thread: Lincoln/ Miller?
06-07-2007, 10:26 PM #31Dynasty 200DX, first generationMakita 5" grinder
Makita 14" abrasive sawIR SS5L compressorWhole bunch of hand/air tools.and a wish list a mile long
06-09-2007, 06:14 PM #32Senior Member
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ill smoke you stick burners with 232 .072 wire at least 6 to 1
06-09-2007, 11:18 PM #33
I smell a $hit storm coming.
06-10-2007, 08:50 AM #34
hey wo ive got nothin against wire feed in fact i use one but whats wrong with stick welding?