I have an older model Miller CP250TS constant voltage DC MIG welding power source available here in southern California if anyone needs one.
The machine is in good working condition and has a nice set of running gear under it, with a dual bottle rack too. We use to weld with it every day at my job but since we upgraded to newer machines, this one has just been sitting there unused. I bought it for the feeder and torch that were attatched to it, but I have no use for the power source since it runs only on 3-phase and I dont have 3-phase power available at my house. It welds smooth and has plenty of voltage for spray-arc and dials down low for thin stuff too. There is a 115 volt output on the front panel for powering a feeder. The power adjusts continuously with a rheostat, which is real nice for fine tuning the arc. It also has analog volt and amp meters. It's a nice older machine, a bit large and heavy, but a good workhorse. The machine is currently wired for 460v 3ph. If I'm not mistaken, it can be run on 230v 3ph too.
I wish I had the power to run it, I'd keep it for myself, but, I dont, so.. if any of you here on the forum have a need for it and can come pick it up in north San Diego county, it's yours for only $100.
Please call or email me if you're interested!
760-930-9470, ask for Glen.