Question about Campbell Hausfeld WG2060 Mig/Flux Versa - Arc 95 Amp Welder
I am trying to weld 18-20 ga sheet metal (car fender body work). Works great in flux mode. But I have tried .030, .024 and .023 mig wire at all power settings and wire speeds and cannot get any penetration into the base metal. It just beads up and can be easily knocked off with very little force even with fingers. I properly converted to mig and am using a brend new bottle. I have a campbell Hausfeld WF206400AV. 115 volt unit.
Same here, just a tall cold bead in MIG mode using .024" wire and 75/25 gas
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Are you using combination argon/co2 gas? You need a flow regulator and should have it set for about 10cfm. Note that this is different than a pressure regulator. The problem you note is a result of inadequate or improper gas.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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