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    Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Anybody ever hear of "INE" brand for mig welding wire? I wanted to order a 10lb spool of Hobart's .035 S wire from Sears online, but it looks like they dropped Hobart for the INE brand. I also would have ordered online from Tractor Supply, but they won't sell Hobart online, nor do I have one locally.

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...6&blockType=G6

    Here's a quick pic of the stuff. I'm leary to buy this brand. Anyone have any pros/cons about this stuff?
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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    I'd just order what I knew worked from another online vendor after Googling.

    "item name best prices"

    "Hobart ER70S-6 .035 best prices" gets lots of hits. You can refine it by the exact part number you want.

    This look like what ya want?

    http://www.buy.com/pr/product.aspx?s...lerid=24573141

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    You can get Lincoln L-56 delivered to a local Lowes for $25 for a 12.5# spool
    http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?...llow&cId=PDIO1
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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Quote Originally Posted by frieed View Post
    You can get Lincoln L-56 delivered to a local Lowes for $25 for a 12.5# spool
    http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?...llow&cId=PDIO1
    I use superarc all the time. I've been reading some threads where people are claiming that the Hobart produces a weld with much less spatter with their ER70S-6 wire, vs Limcoln brand.
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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    I can accept a small difference, but the "much" part of "much less spatter" makes me question..

    I just picked it up due to availability. I'm a hobby welder and generally go looking for supplies on Saturday so I'm generally limited to what Lowes and Depot carry (although for some reason, only stock only 0.030). I need to order some 0.035 to decide what my main wire will be. That and some 0.035 flux core and a knurled drive roller for those times when I'm forced to work in the driveway.
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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Posted by Superarc"
    "I use superarc all the time."
    We'd never have guessed!

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Frieed, check Home Despot again. The one near me has .035" L56.
    A few welders
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    A whole lot of C-clamps

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Quote Originally Posted by Silicon-based View Post
    Frieed, check Home Despot again. The one near me has .035" L56.
    I have two HD's near my house and neither carries L-56 in size .035 (S). Only the flux core .035 which I never use.
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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Quote Originally Posted by frieed View Post
    I can accept a small difference, but the "much" part of "much less spatter" makes me question.
    Makes me question too. That's why I want to try the Hobart. I've read from more people that they "prefer" Hobart over Lincoln Superarc.

    Just look at my aviator....... I normally don't drink beer, but when I do, I "prefer" Dos XX's

    I did use one 2lb spool of the Hobart ER70S-6 .030 wire once. I didn't pay attention when I used it rather quickly, so I'd like to do my own comparrison test and pay more attention next time.
    Last edited by SuperArc; 05-09-2012 at 01:39 AM.
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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Please post your results..

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperArc View Post
    Makes me question too. ..snip.. so I'd like to do my own comparrison test and pay more attention next time.
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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    You can get this welding wire from Amazon, by availing the coupon code of DealMeCoupon.

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    INE is an italian brand of consumables, well regarded over here for rods and wire.

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    You can get this welding wire from Amazon, by availing the coupon code of DealMeCoupon.




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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    INE is one of my if not favorite wire. Super smooth very low spatter and quite consistent . I haven't ran their cored offerings just solid wire but I really like it. And I've ran damn near all the common stuff. L56 , Hobart , HTP , Radnor, and various cheap China wire. Try a spool, it's good stuff!

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Hopefully the OP figured this out sometime in the last8 years.

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    stupid bot posting on this thread got me thinking it was current, I never checked the date.

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    YES! and have also bought from iNE and availed coupon discounts through https://www.dealmecoupon.com/ine-promo-codes

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperArc View Post
    Anybody ever hear of "INE" brand for mig welding wire? I wanted to order a 10lb spool of Hobart's .035 S wire from Sears online, but it looks like they dropped Hobart for the INE brand. I also would have ordered online from Tractor Supply, but they won't sell Hobart online, nor do I have one locally.

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...6&blockType=G6

    Here's a quick pic of the stuff. I'm leary to buy this brand. Anyone have any pros/cons about this stuff?
    Ine is a top brand. Use with confidence. Very popular in Europe and many parts of the world. I use tig wire in this brand often for xray tested pipe welds.

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    I found the Lincoln NR211-MP wire to burn with less spatter than Hobart E71T-11. That's flux core of course and when that was my only machine. My Handler 190 burns the Hobart solid wire quite cleanly and I can get their wire from Tractor Supply, Farm and Fleet or Stock and Field locally. I haven't tried any super arc wire yet; had welder only 2 months. Have ran .024, .030 and .035 through it with excellent results, bar my own abilities... I'm only a hobbyist.

    Seen good reviews of the INE wire and may try some in the future.

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    I found that I get good prices from Amazon.
    I do not look brand of wire
    I only look at spec of wire.
    After you purchase a few tons wire or rod the brand not important, but price is very important.
    Odds are if you need the wire today try Harbor freight, Home Depot or Lowes.
    I found Tractor Supply is higher in cost.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperArc View Post
    Anybody ever hear of "INE" brand for mig welding wire? I wanted to order a 10lb spool of Hobart's .035 S wire from Sears online, but it looks like they dropped Hobart for the INE brand. I also would have ordered online from Tractor Supply, but they won't sell Hobart online, nor do I have one locally.

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...6&blockType=G6

    Here's a quick pic of the stuff. I'm leary to buy this brand. Anyone have any pros/cons about this stuff?

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    Re: Ever hear of this brand of Mig wire? (pic)

    I have used INE mig and flux core wire from amazon, Good stuff top of the line wire!


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