Question about Lincoln Electric K1170 AC-225 Stick Welder
Try striking the rod like a match. keep a good arc, not too long or short. try around 90 amps.
Posted on May 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With these smaller machines you have a common problem. The way to get the weld to hold is on thicker material you have to sometimes pre-heat the metal in order to get it to stick. Also if ther is no flux nor gas the material has to be clean, free of dirt, oil, and rust. These machines are for very light use only. For welding material over 8 th inch, I suggest investing in a welder with at least 100 amps
Posted on Jul 30, 2011
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