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Creator: American Welding Society | Technology & Engineering - 1922

2T-3-4 Wanted — A used gasoline driven welding outfit, 150-200 amperes, of Lincoln, Burke, C. C, or equally good make. Apply with particulars to 29, care The Welding Engineer. For Sale — Acetylene gas welding outfit consisting of one ...



160 pages

Monster Garage: How to Weld Damn Near Anything

Creator: Richard Finch | Technology & Engineering - 2004-07-31

This Lincoln Idealarc is a very good TIG welder, but it lacks the newer square- wave features. The usual price is $200 to $400 used. Richard Finch Tent sales like this one at a welding supply outlet are good places to find sale prices ...

Publisher: Motorbooks Intl

About this book
Want to learn how to weld just like they do on Monster Garage? This invaluable guide to welding covers techniques used for Indy and NASCAR race cars, experimental aircraft, and other applications requiring high-quality welds, including welding 4130 steel, stainless and aluminum, as well as plasma cutting. Learn how to select equipment, set up your welding shop, pre-weld jigging and fitting, and how to choose the right process and fill metal for each project. Includes chapters on the latest technology in filler metals and welding rod. - The techniques used by the gearhead geniuses on the amazingly popular Discovery Channel series, Monster Garage, are brought to life in this illustrated how-to book- Includes brand-new photography from the set of Monster Garage, showing the experts using the techniques in the book- Learn the ins and outs of the hottest welding techniques in the business from established pros- Includes a section on plasma cutting, a technique used extensively on the show that has revolutionized metal working



224 pages

Monster Garage, How to Customize Damn Near Anything

Creator: Lee Klancher, Motorbooks International | Transportation - 2003-11-27

One gas welder was advertised to work almost as well as a TIG welder, You can buy a good, dependable, TIG stick welder like this Lincoln Idealarc at company closings and school closeout sales. This is a good TIG welder but lacks the ...

Publisher: Motorbooks

About this book
Monster Garage turns ordinary vehicles into mind-bending machines like the "Doom Buggy," a Mazda RX-7 converted into a sand dragster, the Ford Explorer converted into a garbage truck, and an ambulance converted into a wheelie machine. Jesse James and his crew will tap the experts used on the number one Discovery Channel show, Monster Garage, to create a comprehensive guide to customizing your car, motorcycle, mini-van, pick-up truck, toaster, . . . you get the idea. Each section will take you through the process of creating a Monster custom, from planning the project, through building custom bodywork, to adding bolt-on bits and custom paint. The techniques are explained through illustrated diagrams, formulas when necessary, and step-by-step original and Monster Garage archival photographs.


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  • Lincoln Electric

    Lincoln Electric K2185-1 Handy MIG Welder

    Home Improvement (Lincoln Electric)

    Rating (41 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Lincoln Electric

    Very nice unit with plenty of power.

    I bought this unit to do some auto body panel replacement welding. I already have a 220 volt mig that I have used for over 10 years. It has a hard time with light welding tasks like sheetmetal. I figured this unit would be good for small welding tasks and is a good brand name in the welding world. The unit came well packed. I was not happy that the gas regulator did not have a gauge, thus making it hard to know when you were near the end of your bottle. I did end up adding a gauge since this would drive me nuts. The reason I am giving it full stars is based on its performance. It really surprised me to its ability to weld thicker material and still run on just 110 power. I love that I can plug it in anywhere and weld away on just about any size material with ease. And as predicted, it does dial down to be very good with 18 gauge sheetmetal. I wish it had a infinite dial for power output but I am able to find one of the 4 settings that will work for the job at hand. I have plugged into... 5/5 hankbear - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Lincoln Electric K2185-1 Handy MIG Welder (Tools & Home Improvement) I bought this unit to do some auto body panel replacement welding. I already have a 220 volt mig that I have used for over 10 years. It has a hard time with light welding tasks like sheetmetal. I figured this unit would be good for small welding tasks and is a good brand name in the welding world. The unit came well packed. I was not happy that the gas regulator did not have a gauge, thus making it hard to know when you were near the end of your bottle. I did end up adding a gauge since this would drive me nuts. The reason I am giving it full stars is based on its performance. It really surprised me to its ability to weld thicker material and still run on just 110 power. I love that I can plug it in anywhere and weld away on just about any size material with ease. And as predicted, it does dial down to be very good with 18 gauge sheetmetal. I wish it had a infinite dial for power output but I am able to find one of the 4 settings that will work for the job at hand. I have plugged into... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 21, 2011

    Lincoln Electric K2185-1 MIG Welder

    Was looking for a decent, cheap MIG welder two years ago, searched the web and found this for $267.18, delivered, Fed EX, 2 day delivery. Jumped at this price and got it in two days. I have had a Lincoln 235 Amp AC welder for about 40 Years (bought it new for $79.00 retail at Farm & Fleet) and have welded more things than I can remember. It is still going strong, so I knew I was going with a good brand name. A few months later, I bought a Argon/CO2 tank to go with it. It sat in my shop until just recently, (We moved here in 2010 and it took a while to get the shop built and arranged the way it should be) when I bought a cart for the welder. Well, I just used it about a week ago. This thing is fantastic! It is the easiest welder I have ever used. I built a cart for my OXY/Acetylene set, out of 1" square steel tubing, all miter cuts. The fact that you can see exactly where the weld is immediately, is great, no chipping off slag to see the results. I was using a 15... 5/5 Herb Petersen - See all my reviews This review is from: Lincoln Electric K2185-1 Handy MIG Welder (Tools & Home Improvement) Was looking for a decent, cheap MIG welder two years ago, searched the web and found this for $267.18, delivered, Fed EX, 2 day delivery. Jumped at this price and got it in two days. I have had a Lincoln 235 Amp AC welder for about 40 Years (bought it new for $79.00 retail at Farm & Fleet) and have welded more things than I can remember. It is still going strong, so I knew I was going with a good brand name. A few months later, I bought a Argon/CO2 tank to go with it. It sat in my shop until just recently, (We moved here in 2010 and it took a while to get the shop built and arranged the way it should be) when I bought a cart for the welder. Well, I just used it about a week ago. This thing is fantastic! It is the easiest welder I have ever used. I built a cart for my OXY/Acetylene set, out of 1" square steel tubing, all miter cuts. The fact that you can see exactly where the weld is immediately, is great, no chipping off slag to see the results. I was using a 15... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 17, 2013

    Quality you see when you open the box

    I have been in the welding business for 40 years. When my wife told me she wanted a welder for her birthday and wanted me to teach her how to weld for her arts and crafts I had to decide one thing. What kind of machine would be best for a beginner ? I started looking at cheap Chinese welders and my experience told me they are not built to last. They have crummy rollers that won't hold up, they will make your weld wire look like a birds nest. Then I looked at their duty cycle. This is the amount of time your machine can run without resting to cool down. (I told you I have done this for 40 years) The cheap machines all max out at about 10%. You all know that means if you want to spend an hour welding, your machine is shut down 54 minutes in that hour to cool down. I know Mama is not going to be welding one straight hour, you have to do more prep work in welding than actual weld time and that lets your machine cool down and be ready when you are. This machine has a 20% duty cycle and... 5/5 Machine Gun Joe - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Lincoln Electric K2185-1 Handy MIG Welder (Tools & Home Improvement) I have been in the welding business for 40 years. When my wife told me she wanted a welder for her birthday and wanted me to teach her how to weld for her arts and crafts I had to decide one thing. What kind of machine would be best for a beginner ? I started looking at cheap Chinese welders and my experience told me they are not built to last. They have crummy rollers that won't hold up, they will make your weld wire look like a birds nest. Then I looked at their duty cycle. This is the amount of time your machine can run without resting to cool down. (I told you I have done this for 40 years) The cheap machines all max out at about 10%. You all know that means if you want to spend an hour welding, your machine is shut down 54 minutes in that hour to cool down. I know Mama is not going to be welding one straight hour, you have to do more prep work in welding than actual weld time and that lets your machine cool down and be ready when you are. This machine has a 20% duty cycle and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 17, 2013
    List Price: $508.16
    Welds both MIG (shielding gas sold separately) and flux-cored
    1 year warranty on parts and labor (90 days on gun and cable)
    Welds up to 1/8" mild steel
    Plugs into household 115V, 20 amp outlet
    70 Amp


  • Miller Electric Mfg Co

    Millermatic 211 230V MIG Welder with Thermal Overload Detection

    Home Improvement (Miller Electric Mfg Co)

    Rating (19 reviews):
    (4.9/5)
    Miller Electric Mfg Co

    Best in its class! Very versatile welder.

    I wanted a welder to improve and compliment the capabilities on the farm. Repairs and fabrication on many different things. Been using a Miller Bobcat stick welder for the past 20+ years. Heavily researched for the best machine to meet my needs. The Millermatic 211 is so easy to use, fast, smooth and clean. Using gas shielding solid wire. Autoset feature works well and I am amazed at the quality of the welds on thin, thin to thick and thick welds with little prep work. Have welded rusty sheet metal I would have thought been impossible. Great home/shop/farm welder. MIG gun is only 10' but is easily portable so not an issue yet. It's not the welder I would pick to build a bridge across the Tennessee river, but big enough for some serious structural welding. Might need a longer gun at some point. I have purchased the spoolgun and extra argon cylinder for aluminum. The gas cylinders, cart, consumables and accessories cost almost as much as the welder and found the best deal at a local... 5/5 Smokeydog (Knoxville TN) - See all my reviews This review is from: Millermatic 211 230V MIG Welder with Thermal Overload Detection (Misc.) I wanted a welder to improve and compliment the capabilities on the farm. Repairs and fabrication on many different things. Been using a Miller Bobcat stick welder for the past 20+ years. Heavily researched for the best machine to meet my needs. The Millermatic 211 is so easy to use, fast, smooth and clean. Using gas shielding solid wire. Autoset feature works well and I am amazed at the quality of the welds on thin, thin to thick and thick welds with little prep work. Have welded rusty sheet metal I would have thought been impossible. Great home/shop/farm welder. MIG gun is only 10' but is easily portable so not an issue yet. It's not the welder I would pick to build a bridge across the Tennessee river, but big enough for some serious structural welding. Might need a longer gun at some point. I have purchased the spoolgun and extra argon cylinder for aluminum. The gas cylinders, cart, consumables and accessories cost almost as much as the welder and found the best deal at a local... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 2, 2011

    Millermatic 211 - Perfect protable welder

    0 5/5 J. Sullivan "just a guy" (SC MN) - See all my reviews, August 25, 2010

    Awesome rig for beginner or pro!

    I have used several cheap wire feeds in the past with absolutely zero luck. I went the cheap route on two others, always in a pinch when I needed a tack weld or a little repair. Needless to say, I was less than impressed with my welding ability - every project looked like it had been dropped on transformer lugs from 8o feet. Burned, crooked...nasty.Ahh, now I've purchased the Miller. I had heard nothing but good reviews on the 211, so I ponied up the cash and purchased one for several projects - a trailer and a rototiller that I'm restoring. I was absolutely STUNNED at the ease and quality of this process. The welds are clean, professional-looking, and most of all, EASY! I'm NOT A WELDER, and this 211 made me look like one.I tested some pieces, and thought, "I'll be damned. That looks NICE!" but assumed it was beginner's luck. I simply dialed in the material thickness and pulled the trigger. That was it. Nothing to it. All the test pieces held up very well to... 5/5 N. Conner - See all my reviews, May 10, 2012
    List Price: $1,317.00
    Miller Exclusive! Multi-voltage plug (MVPTM) allows you to connect to common 120 or 230 V power receptacles
    Auto-SetTM: The right settings automatically
    Welds thickest material in its class
    Smooth-StartTM patented technology provides a smooth, spatter-free start
    Infinite voltage control gives you the flexibility to manually set the machine


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