Yeah I know that welding aluminum with a 110v MIG isn't really ideal, but can it be done? The two 110v machines I have at home (a MIG/flux core and a stick) have done great with all the mild steel and stainless I've thrown at them, but would really like to have aluminum welding capability at home (could probably do it at work with our 220v stick welder, but would rather MIG it). The crappy aluminum "brazing" rods I've been using when I had to do something with aluminum are more like soft solder, not very strong at all. Figured I'd ask before going out and getting a cylinder of argon. Also, according to Lincoln Electric, there are no spool guns compatible with this machine, if that helps.
Any help is appreciated.