Re: Good Welder
Unfortunately there isn't anything that will always fit the
I use a MIG most of the time, a Miller 215, but for really
heavy stuff I prefer the better penetration of a good AC
arc welder - for that I use an old Lincoln 225.
And then sometimes you need to fill a hole or do a little
more than just weld a seam, then the Oxy-Actelene gets
My next thing will be a Plasma cutter, and after that a TIG.
And I'm not a welding shop, just a hobbyist!
Once you start, you can't stop.
Best way is go to a welding supplier and ask him to demonstrate
the different types of welders. Take a few samples of what you
might want to do with you. If they just talk and don't show you,
find another one.