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Do I need to reverse the polarity for using Flux core wire


I have not heard that it is necessary or desirable.

It could be most undesirable as reversing the polarity would put approximately two-thirds of the heat into the torch instead of into the work.

This could be suitable for some delicate welding tasks but unless the torch is water-cooled only very short duration welds will be possible.

Mar 15, 2015 | Welding Tools

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Can a millermatic 35 mig welder be changed to use fluxcore wire ?


with flux core wire the torch is supposed to be negative but there are people using the fluxcore without changing polarity.
its as simple as swapping the polarity to the torch and and return clamp

Feb 15, 2015 | Welding Tools

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Can I use 0.030 Flux Core Wire in my Lincoln Electric SP170-T?


Use the .030 flux core wire with the amperage settings for .023 solid. If you cannot find .023 settings then just set low power first and play with it to see what works.

Aug 26, 2014 | Welding Tools

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Very little power at wire


try to use bare .032 wire and co2 shielded gas, If the equipment does not have a gas solenoid you may have to wire a solenoid to the trigger mechanism to get the gas to flow while the wire is feeding. The bare wire usually copper coated burns much hotter than the flux core when there is a gas shield. Also a .032 bare wire with a gas shield burns a a lower amp range and will get better penetration.

You may have to experiment with the feed rate and gas flow to get the correct setting, but the bare wire has a lot less resistance to current flow than the flux core and will burn a lot hotter when you use a gas shield.

At 115 vac there is not a lot of amperage left to create an arc and run the feeder and the rest of the unit , and the flux core wire takes a lot of amperage to burn both the wire and the flux . .

Apr 03, 2014 | Campbell Hausfeld ® 115V MIG Flux Core...

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Will a ya219b snap on by century mig welder weld flux core wire


Are you using knurled rollers? Check the wire. Is it reversed polarity. Flux cored wire is very voltage sensitive.

Jun 14, 2012 | Century Welding Tools

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SMALL PUDDLES NO PENATRATION WELDER IS FARM HAND 115 VOLT MIG//FLUX CORE WIRE FEED PUT ON ANY SETTING NO DIF CANT FIND MODLE IT HAS CHPOWER.COM WEB ADDRESS


Hi:

If you are using flux core wire you need to switch the polarity of the machine. With flux core wire, your ground clamp becomes positive (lead) and your gun the ground. All you need to do is switch the cables above the feed rolls.

That will take care of the problem

If this was useful to you, please vote. Thanks.

Mar 20, 2011 | Campbell Hausfeld Welding Tools

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Lincon mig 100 need wire feed wheeh for solid & flux core


solid wire drive rolls are not the same as flux core. Solid are U-grooved while flux cores are knurled. Any welding store can get it for you. Perhaps you can find one that has twin groove.

Nov 05, 2010 | Welding Tools

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I dont know what kind of metals this wire type can do, it says fire power 1440 u235 flux wire, but not sure what kinds of aluminums or steels it can weld. Im a certifed MIG aluminum welder, but this is a...


Usually a flux core only welds steel. It is a higher penetration weld than a MIG. Usually it acts similar to 6011 rods in SMA (Shielded Metal Arc) welding -- a.k.a. stick welding -- if you're familiar with that. I don't believe there is such a thing as flux wire for aluminum. There may be stainless wire for it, but I've never seen it. It probably could also be used for building up cast iron and cast steel, but nothing structural. I have a Chicago Electric one and I love it -- simple and it penetrates hard. My 90 amp will weld to 3/8" without breaking a sweat and if I baby it will go to 1/2" or better. It is difficult to go much lower than 12 or 14 gauge though due to the high penetration.

Nov 28, 2009 | Campbell Hausfeld MIG / Flux Core Wire...

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Flux core welders are burning up tips, insulators, and leads


Try to turn up the wire feed and the volts and pull the cup 1/8 inch past the tip

Nov 30, 2008 | Campbell Hausfeld MIG / Flux Core Wire...

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