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Anyway, this Lincoln 140c is THE BEST mig welder on the market for the DIYer at home or on the farm, bar none.
Last but not least ... being able to plug this sucker into a 120V outlet is extremely handy and should make itself very useful around the farm for small repairs.
I am a good welder, but I could not get the welds very pretty with this machine, but maybe it was just cheap wire.
This is not a 140C. It is a 140T. The "C" stands for continuous not commercial. Continuous means the infinite control of voltage not 4 or 5 presets. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Carmen Graziadei
I don't know anything about Welding, but my son took classes on it . He requested the welding set for Christmas.. He used it to mend the steel frame of a single axle trailer. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Helen Saino
I've been welding for over 30 years professionally and Lincoln has always been my go-to welders and I've tried all the other major brands. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. kossak
This is a great machine. I recently borrowed one from a friend because my welder was down at the moment. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chandler
Really a nice little welder to 140amps. Currently building a tandem axle cargo trailer, o.125in thk. Read morePublished 18 months ago by JOHN B.
The C version is a commercial grade welder. The wire drive system is made of a durable cast aluminum assembly compared to a durable plastic drive system in the T versions. Read morePublished 21 months ago by MIKE KORENKO
This is the best price I've found anywhere for this welder. Great machine. The standout that makes it superior to the ones at Home Depot or Lowes is that the dials don't step up... Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by Goodeknight
Pros; it's made in the US, it seems higher quality than the 140HD sold at the box stores, also it takes 10Lb spools.
Cons; It won't feed 2Lb spools of .035"... Read more
I paid $664 for the 140C machine and the 100sg spool gun was $199. I've had a very cheep machine I got about 20 years ago, that was shield gas only ,and it burned up. Read morePublished on January 28, 2011 by Oldcullett