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    Acklands (Miller) 110volt 130 Mig

    Anyone have this Miller welder? Looks in decent shape. The seller says it works. Looks like tapped settings. Comes with flow meter but no bottle.

    I got it for USD $175 (cdn$220) and picking it up tomorrow night.

    In the world of older 110v transformer MIGs is it “okay”?

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    Re: Acklands (Miller) 110volt 130 Mig

    Looks exactly like my millermatic 130. I keep .023 wire in mine and .035 in my bigger unit. Very handy for smaller stuff without the hassle of changing wire.

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    Re: Acklands (Miller) 110volt 130 Mig

    Quote Originally Posted by Poleframer View Post
    Looks exactly like my millermatic 130. I keep .023 wire in mine and .035 in my bigger unit. Very handy for smaller stuff without the hassle of changing wire.
    Does your Miller have Autoset? Mine has tapped settings.


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    Re: Acklands (Miller) 110volt 130 Mig

    HAHA, no. These were made back in the late 80's, I dont think autoset came about till decades later.
    I have quick connects for my gas, makes switching welders very easy.
    For settings, I pretty much leave my wire feed at around 40, and adjust the voltage tap for material thickness.
    Simple, bomb proof machines, they were very common in high school shops. And survived.

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