This Lincoln Electric Handy Mig Portable Welder is a compact, lightweight welder that makes a great choice for home repairs and hobby projects on light gauge mild steel. Amps 70, Cart Sold separately, Clamp Cable Length ft. 8, Power Cord ft. 8, Regulator and Gas Hose Included No, Shielding Gas Required Yes, Weld Thickness in. 1/8, Mig Ready Yes, Welding Wire Diameter in. 0.035, Wire Feed Speed Control Adjustable, Weldable Metals Mild steel, Dimensions L x W x H in. 12 3/4 x 8 3/4 x 18, Volts 115, Duty Cycle 20 @ 70A. Welds up to 1/8in. mild steel Operates off any 115V, 20 Amp household outlet Amperage output 35-88 20 duty cycle @ 70 Amps Cold contactor safety feature keeps welding wire electrically cold until gun trigger is pressed Adjustable wire feed speed control Welds both MIG shielding gas sold separately and flux-cored 6 ft. power cord and 8 ft. clamp cable 12.8 in. L x 8.8 in. W x 18 in. H Includes welding gun and cable assembly, work cable with clamp, gasless nozzle for flux-cored welding, gas nozzle, gas regulator, hose for MIG welding, 1-lb. spool of 0.035 in. flux-cored wire, 2-lb. spool of 0.025 in. solid MIG wire, three 0.035 in. contact tips, three 0.025 in. contact tips, welding handshield and chipping hammer/brush Factory shipped see order form
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Interested in welding? Ready to try your hand at wire welding? Have we got the welder for you - the Handy MIG from Lincoln Electric! This compact, portable and lightweight wire feed welder plugs into a 115V, 20 amp outlet and is user friendly. Four voltage settings and continuous wire feed speed adjustment allow you to weld mild steel from 24 gauge to 1/8" thick. And, it's easy to get started since practically everything you'll need to MIG weld is in the box - gun and cable assembly, work cable and clamp, gas nozzle, gas regulator and hose, spool of solid wire, contact tips and hand shield with filter plate and lens. Just add a cylinder of shielding gas. But that's not all - there's also a spool of self-shielded, flux-cored wire, contact tips and chipping hammer/brush so you can use your Handy MIG to weld with gasless, flux-cored wire too.