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Subject: Re: Using a three phase welder at home

Date: 04/08/03 at 3:09 PM
Posted by: ED
E-mail: Migman220v@cs.com
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In Reply to: Using a three phase welder at home posted by Don on 10/01/01 at 10:07 AM:

I Have An Older Airco [Miller] Mig Welder----------------100% Duty Cycle------And Get Ready For This!! It's 3 phase--------Running On Single Phase!!!! I Looked at The Schematic,And Wired It To What I Thought Should Work.On The Old Miller's Everything Is wired In the Back,You Lift A Flap,And there Is A huge Terminal block For ALL The Connections!! Wich Is the Way All welders Should Be By The Way,And Sure Enough,When I powered it up The Freaking Thing Worked!! Only Thing Is I Lost A Bit Of Control On The Heat, But Otherwise It Works fine! I Use It To Weld Aluminum With A Great Deal Of Sucsess. And I Did This After Everyone Told Me It Can't be Done-----------------ED


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