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  • Sberry
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    The Max 150 is pretty respectable and considering the cost of copper for leads and input wiring it soon offsets some of the initial purchase price.

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  • DSW
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    We need more info to answer the question. What process, TIG, Stick or MIG? What do you plan to weld? Define "good"?

    You will not find a "good" welder in 110v for welding heavy materials. An invereter tig/ stick machine, maybe depending on what thickness and running stick, however they are not cheap. Almost all 110v machines are "best" at welding thinner materials.

    The bigest problem is the lack of input power with any 110v unit. The dual voltage units like the Pasport Plus in mig, Maxstar/dynasty in tig stick generally have the highest 110v power ratings. However these units are "best" in 220v.

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  • TimS
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    What process?

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  • 2tay530
    started a topic the best one

    the best one

    I'm haveing some troulble finding a welders that has a good welding capacity but can plug into a standered 120v outlet.

    In y'alls opinion what is the best welder that runs on a 120v outlet for a resonable price?
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