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Settings for Miller Regency 200 welding 6061 T6511 1/4 sq. tube.

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  • #16
    Originally posted by ryanjones2150 View Post
    I have a 30a, so that’s probably the case for me. You couldn’t plug the 30a into the regency, it has the four pin plug....I think.
    That makes sense.

    I ran out of time and didn't get to test the Spoolmatic 3 today, but did test both of my 22A wire feeders on it and the combo is very nice! I had already figured out what the voltage should be on each tap and used a ballpark guess wire speed on the 22A and was pretty close from the start. I will say it sure seems like it's got more power than the rating would indicate and I didn't crank it all the way up. I also backed it way down and was able to lay down a very pretty small bead. It's not like I really need another MIG welder, but I think this is going to stick around a while as a backup or for those times when I have the push/pull on the 350P and don't want to take it off.

    Next up aluminum....I'm going to try writing down settings (if they work).

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    • #17
      Well, if you decide to let it go, I’d be a buyer for it!

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