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Pro-Series Arc 120-Volt Arc Welder (PS07572) EXPIRED

deeds 32,384 May 23, 2012 at 05:27 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Home Depot has the Pro-Series Arc 120-Volt Arc Welder (PS07572) for $69 with free shipping. Thanks deeds

Price Research: Our research indicates that this Pro-Series Arc 120-Volt Arc Welder (PS07572) is $39 lower (35% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant, with prices ranging from $108-$214. - brisar

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120-Volt Pro-Series Arc Welder (PS07572) $69 Free shipping from Home Depot




The Pro-Series Arc 120 Volt Arc Welder is ideal for doing quick, down and dirty repairs and maintenance in the auto shop, farm or home garage. This is a great welder to have on hand for all general purpose welding, or for trying your hand at welding for the first time. A duty cycle of 20% @ 50A means this Arc Welder will weld continuously for 2 minutes when set to 50 Amps before needing to cool down. Welds mild steel up to 1/8 inch in a single pass. Includes 9-ft welding cable and electrode holder, and a 6 ft ground cable and earth clamp, clipping hammer/brush and helmet.
  • Two Voltage Settings For Better Heat Control
  • Advanced Thermal Overload Protection For Transformers
  • Welds Mild Steel Up To 1/8 Inch Thick In A Single Pass
  • 20% Duty Cycle @50A
  • Primary Input 20 Amps
  • Open Circuit Volts (Max) 42VAC
  • Amperage Output: 50A (Low)
  • Handles Electrodes Up To 5/32 in. Diameter
120-Volt Pro-Series Arc Welder (PS07572) [homedepot.com] $69
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Last Edited by leckig May 23, 2012 at 08:43 AM
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#4
Any input on this? I've been looking to learn how to weld, it would just be so damned useful for me for all the things I need to repair and whatnot.

Would this be a good one to start with?
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Any input on this? I've been looking to learn how to weld, it would just be so damned useful for me for all the things I need to repair and whatnot.

Would this be a good one to start with?
Wondering the same.
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good deal $119 on Amazon look around
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I got 1, I always wanted to learn to weld and this looks perfect to learn on.

Chris
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Quote from Scampsters View Post :
good deal $119 on Amazon look around
Also oos with no reviews. Doesn't count.
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Quote from jester125 View Post :
I got 1, I always wanted to learn to weld and this looks perfect to learn on.

Chris
Absolutely agree. Bought 1....for the kids. hug Thanks!
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#10
Very tempting deal...Great hobby welder. Just know you won't earn a living welding with it,but for general house use, seems like a decent little machine. Even cheaper than the HF offerings.
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I started with a similar arc welder for small jobs, then moved on to a MIG and the difference is night and day. This will be OK for some of small fixes you need to do, but 120V can be a PITA to strike an arc and penetrate.
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I want to learn to weld what else do i need to have a whole working setup?
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I want to learn to weld what else do i need to have a whole working setup?
A class at a community college and lots and lots of practice.
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A class at a community college and lots and lots of practice.

Or a 5 minute demo from someone who knows what they're doing, and lots of scrap metal and practice. A class wouldn't hurt, but it's really not that hard once you get the hang of it.
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I started with a similar arc welder for small jobs, then moved on to a MIG and the difference is night and day. This will be OK for some of small fixes you need to do, but 120V can be a PITA to strike an arc and penetrate.
I understand you'll need to purchase a gas tank for a mig. What does that run you?
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