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  • Passport CO2 weld

    Here is a weld on some 16ga to 3/16 using CO2 on 120 volt power. It's all the 3/16 I had, so that is the reason for the 1/16 base.

    I am starting to like this thing.
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  • #2
    Thats verrrry nice
    Regards, George

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    • #3
      Sweet!

      Originally posted by Scott V
      I am starting to like this thing.
      Ummm, I can see why. That looks fantastic. Care to share the settings?

      Man I can't wait for that thing to get here.
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      • #4
        The settings are right of of the door chart for CO2 - .030 - 3/16 with the inductance set to crisp. It could not get much easier.

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        • #5
          what is that rig rated for..........? thckness ??

          110v-

          220-

          dawg

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          • #6
            That looks real good, Scott...guess you'll be getting out of the museum business, now, huh? Seriously tho, I am impressed!
            Arcin' and Sparkin', Rocky D

            "Experience is the name we give our mistakes"

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rocky D
              That looks real good, Scott...guess you'll be getting out of the museum business, now, huh? Seriously tho, I am impressed!
              Yes you are right Rocky, I finally have a machine that I can get out of the basement and on to the world of natural light.

              I figure in about 50 years, I will have ti welding down like you. Now that was welding!!!!! You were were letting Dan and Engloid take all the accolades and then you pulled that one out of you hat.



              Arcdawg,
              It's rated for 3/8 with single pass solid wire CO2, and 1/4 on 115v with either gas. Seems a little optimistic on 115 power.

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              • #8
                Told ya you would like it

                Have fun.

                andy

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                • #9
                  Scott, Your doing good but Dan and Engloid seem to be the Michael Jordan of welding...Have fun w/your passport. Put it to good use....





                  You were were letting Dan and Engloid take all the accolades and then you pulled that one out of you hat.
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                  • #10
                    I was talking about Rock D ti. welding. Take a look and see if Engloid or Dan could do better.I really doubt it? There also was a guy at the sheetmetal shop that could weld miles of aluminum very quickly did not one error in it. The very best I have seen anywhere. Web or otherwise. He no longer works there but I think I can get a picture of the little boat he welded up. Faster then a spoolgun too. The funny thing is he was a truck driver that walked in off the street one day and they gave him Job. He also perfected his skills on the Aerowave he made them buy. He would change all the dials before he went home, so nobody Knew his settings. Jeff my Brother in-law outsmarted by sneaking out into the shop and clicking a picture of the settings. Funny guy really.

                    Ps- Dan He was one of the first guys to poo poo the the MM-250. His words? That is not a Miller. They bought a Vintage and kept the MM200. Same thing my friend at Airgas said at the time.


                    Yes Andy you were right on that! Now go weld with a Esab 350 MPI with .030 and 75/25 and then get back to me. I would like a comparison to the MM-350.

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                    • #11
                      Awesome stuff for a 115 volter. You have to love new technology. What is the Output and Duty Cycle?

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                      • #12
                        VBI,
                        Here is the on-line Owners Manual.
                        http://millerwelds.com/om/o1328d_mil.pdf


                        The short answer - 115 volts input it is 110 amps @ 19.5 volts 20 %- with 100 % duty at 80 amps output

                        230 volts input it is 150 @ 21.5 volts 20 %- with 100 % at 120 amp output. So it is really pretty good until you start pushing it.

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                        • #13
                          The Passport is a good machine, now....it will be a great machine when they make it to operate on batteries!
                          Arcin' and Sparkin', Rocky D

                          "Experience is the name we give our mistakes"

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Rocky D
                            The Passport is a good machine, now....it will be a great machine when they make it to operate on batteries!
                            I vote nuclear,batterys weigh too much!!!

                            Nuclear suitcases anyone?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Rocky D
                              The Passport is a good machine, now....it will be a great machine when they make it to operate on batteries!
                              And when it fits in your back pocket!!

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