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  • My 211 is doing just fine -- around 2 hours of total usage, no problems, BUT I would say the ground clamp supplied with the machine isn't all that great (no internal copper braided cross tie for example), could contribute to issues with the main board. I changed mine out as a precautionary measure and...
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    Last edited by Auto_Tech; Today, 02:18 PM.

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  • I'm an average welder (pretty good with TIG, oxy/A, brazing, MIG and definitely so so with stick (some days my beads are World of Clowns Factory Original, some days Miss Universe), but those welds IMO are some of the worst I've ever seen -- my clown factory originals are better.
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  • Thoughts on Gas Shielded vs Inner Shield / Flux Core Wires (MIG Process)

    Did some (1/8" - 1/4") testing yesterday with my (very forgiving) MM 211 (luv that machine BTW) and noticed that the Inner Shield / Flux Core wires/welds produced considerably more splatter, tons more smoke, weren't as "pretty" (I use combination of cursive Vs, Es, Us -- push and...
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    replied to Spectrum 875
    Unfortunately these plasma cutters (along with those from manufacturers like LE -- I have a 625 also) are Electro-magnetic Interference / Electro-magnetic Compatibility (EMI/EMC) trouble makers -- the products, harmonics, etc coming off these boxes are very dirty, broad spectrum based and will take...
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    Last edited by Auto_Tech; 01-18-2021, 09:49 AM.

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  • Auto_Tech
    started a topic Miller LPR Half Mask Respirators

    Miller LPR Half Mask Respirators

    Recently purchased a couple of Miller LPR-100 Half Mask Respirators (with the low profile to "fit" under welding helmets). Feedback: in theory these "work", but in practice not so much. The Miller LPRs are the best fitting of all half mask respirators I've tried, but they do create...
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