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  • jor
    replied to Converting Miller Numbers
    Thanks to all. I think I'll try the destruction scheme. Sounds like a good way to learn.
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  • jor
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    Yea, I'm just curious. I've now logged about three hours of actual welding so I'm well on my way to becoming a master welder! Anyhow, after laying down some pretty decent welds on 1/8" I started fooling around with the voltage and wire speed to see what would happen. I now have a pretty good...
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  • jor
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    Thanks for the tip on ipm, Ryan. I will do that tomorrow.
    Bob, I have that same manual; page 33 is blank for notes. Couldn't find anything that indicated the numbers to voltage.
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    Converting Miller Numbers

    I just bought a 211 and am having a great time screwing around with it (never owned a welder). Anyhow, is there a document available that converts the Miller dial numbers to actual volts and inches per minute? For example, in welding 1/8" the recommended setting is #6 for voltage and #70 for wire...
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