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  • xryan
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    MultiMatic 200

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  • OscarJr
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    211 or 215 would work for 1/4" no problem. I've done 1/2" by way of a a double-V bevel, and multiple passes. The M100 mig gun was smoking, but it did not compromise it. Still works, but I now use an HTP M25 250A mig gun.

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  • eecervantes83
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    211✓

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  • tarry99
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    I have a 211 autoset............Great machine.......in the shop or take it along........I have a 225 Bobcat on the service truck......so good to go 120 or 240.. and although I like arc welding in the field , sometimes the Mig on long runs works really well...........I've used both gas and flux core...outside in the right conditions.

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  • Crepe Myrtle Farmer
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    MM211 is an option --- I have one, luv it. Mine seems to do just fine out in the field in "windy" conditions (flux core).

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  • ryanjones2150
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    Depends on what and where you're welding. Don't count out dual shield. I like dual shield. With the 200 and 215 you have the tig and stick option as well.

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  • ChrisV
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    Thanks for the quick response. Would you run gas or flux core?

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  • Broccoli1
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    Multimatic, MM211 and MM215 are all contenders as they're light enough to haul around. They will all be limited by input power if 120v is your only choice on site.

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  • ryanjones2150
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    Multimatic 200

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  • ChrisV
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    MIG for on-site?

    Hi All,
    Most of our welding is done in the shop but once and while we have to go out in the field to do some welding for installtions. Looking for a portable MIG unit that could do up to 1/4” Steel. Any suggestions appreciated.
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