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    Fema Mig Welders?

    Have any of you guys heard of Fema welders? They look pretty well built, but i've never heard of them before. The portability of the welders is a nice feature, especially if someone is looking at the 140 (120 volt, I know, I know), and the synergic controls on some of them are interesting. Probably not going to buy one, but wanted to know if any of you know much about the company. Sorry for any errors, its my first post, although i've been lurking for a while now.
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    Re: Fema Mig Welders?

    Nobody? I really am curious if anyone on this site has used or owns one of these machines.Name:  41iq8MnsOXL._SX38_SY50_CR,0,0,38,50_.jpg
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    Re: Fema Mig Welders?

    FEMA welder?? So it costs twice as much and shows up a week late? LOL

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    Re: Fema Mig Welders?

    I'm pretty sure there Italian made.
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    Re: Fema Mig Welders?

    Yeah, there website is weldtool.com, I think. They don't seem as cr@ppy as the usual Chinese off-brands. Just wanted to know if anyone could back up that claim.
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    Re: Fema Mig Welders?

    Never heard of Fema but there is an Italian Welding manufacturing firm called Fimer. They make really good quality kit, And some of the panel controls look very similar to theirs,I have a Fimer 215amp single phase 240v machine and it is brilliant, Fully manual or synergic programmes for steel.ally and brazing.Plus pulse welding. will also do stick and dc tig. Had mine about 4 years now and no probs at all
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    Re: Fema Mig Welders?

    Here's the FEMA site:

    http://www.fema-spa.it/
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    Re: Fema Mig Welders?

    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaDave View Post
    FEMA welder?? So it costs twice as much and shows up a week late? LOL

    Dave J.
    psh when I worked with fema they told us a week to mobilize, it was a month later and we where already over the disaster. they're like a bunch of special kids riding a short bus licking the window.. felt kind of bad for them tbh.

    ill stick with my blue and red tbh.. I don't mind esab either..

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