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Old 02-19-2006, 02:06 PM
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I am interested in gmaw-pulse, TIA
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I am interested in gmaw-pulse, TIA
Ok go trade your units in on PM-350 and report your findings.

Or keep what you have, buy a roll of the new dual shield Esab 717
and run your verticals with that.
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Old 02-20-2006, 12:17 PM
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It took a bit of time to get some weld pictures out've the T/a 185 owners, and it looks like this request will be more of the same.

In time somebody will 'sac' up and post some pics
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Attempted some vertical up using solid wire, and short circuit settings.

Still waiting patiently for those pulse-gmaw vert up pics :evil:
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So just what makes you think anybody around here wants to talk about welding, for crying out loud?
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So just what makes you think anybody around here wants to talk about welding, for crying out loud?
This is what Miller Bros. says about the 350p- "With pulsed MIG, the weld puddle has a chance to cool and freeze slightly. And a faster-freezing weld puddle provides better control on overhead and vertical welds so the puddle doesn't "roll-out" of the joint when welding out of position."

real world pictures, yeah baby, somebody show us :evil:
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I wish I ever had a pulsed mig..but despite the fact I make my dollar from welding I dont get the chance of working with pulsed. expected to perform wiout it. Fluxcore can do very similar to spray trans but in the out of pos so thats what I gotta use
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This is what Miller Bros. says about the 350p- "With pulsed MIG, the weld puddle has a chance to cool and freeze slightly. And a faster-freezing weld puddle provides better control on overhead and vertical welds so the puddle doesn't "roll-out" of the joint when welding out of position."

real world pictures, yeah baby, somebody show us :evil:
Here is my problem,
My pulse feeder has the Dual-Shield on it and the other feeder
has the solid wire.
The Dual-Shield runs uphill fine and cost less then a pulse unit.
Did Miller put that into the ad???

I will try to change the wire around soon and give you some pics.
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I can run good vert up with solid wire too...just not spray trans...dual shield does much better welds that simulate the spray arc deposition rates
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Just asked the household comptroller about buying one of these types of Mig machines so I could do it myself...result was not promising
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