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YesWelder Dual Voltage 125-Amp Stick Portable Welder w/ Digital Display EXPIRED

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YESWELDER via Amazon has YesWelder Dual Voltage 125-Amp Stick Portable Welder w/ Digital Display (ARC-125DS) on sale for $64.99 when you 'clip' the $35 Off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • ‎20-125 amps
  • 60% Rated Duty Cycle at 125 Amp
  • IGBT Inverter
  • Compact Design(13x4.92x8.27inch,Weighing in at just under 10 lbs.

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YesWelder Dual Voltage 125-Amp IGBT Stick Welder
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NO! What you need for sheet metal is probably a MIG or even TIG machine. Stick is for heavier metals, will burn through sheet metal faster than you can say SH*T. But this certainly looks like a great price for a small starter machine. Seems to have decent reviews.

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How well would this handle auto body work? I've got floor panels to replace.
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How the heck does this become FP with only 8 TU and 2 comments before mine?
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How the heck does this become FP with only 8 TU and 2 comments before mine?
This is not a FP deal at this time.
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I can only imagine talking to friends and be like, YO got my a Yes Welder".

I guess if it works though, then thats all that matters.
Yeswelder is actually pretty good. I've tried their hoods and a multiprocess machine.
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Gah you got me again slickdeals damn you!!!!

whats a good source for a super cheap visor thing? HF?

Seems like best results are had on 220 i.e. no breaker tripping and ensuing frustration.
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welp I'm a welder now fellas, no going back from this life
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How well would this handle auto body work? I've got floor panels to replace.
NO! What you need for sheet metal is probably a MIG or even TIG machine. Stick is for heavier metals, will burn through sheet metal faster than you can say SH*T. But this certainly looks like a great price for a small starter machine. Seems to have decent reviews.
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NO! What you need for sheet metal is probably a MIG or even TIG machine. Stick is for heavier metals, will burn through sheet metal faster than you can say SH*T. But this certainly looks like a great price for a small starter machine. Seems to have decent reviews.
Correction: You always want a TIG welder when dealing with automotive anything.

It's not long before your "auto body welder" friend decides he can do your exhaust with a MIG.
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Correction: You always want a TIG welder when dealing with automotive anything.

It's not long before your "auto body welder" friend decides he can do your exhaust with a MIG.
mig works fine on body panel.
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How well would this handle auto body work? I've got floor panels to replace.
I'm no welder, but looked into which welder would work for me extensively. The quick answer is no, stick welders won't do well for auto body work. Stick welders are for quick and dirty jobs with thicker metal, in conditions outside (wind) and even underwater. You can get away with stick welding on a surface with little prep even with a little rust on it. Stick welding are most commonly used on structural steel jobs. Thin sheet metal like on cars are better served by mig welding, or if you want really pretty, tig welding. But heck, $65, try it anyway, you'll gain all kinds of experience by playing around with some scrap metal and a stick welder. If you can gain enough skill to not burn through sheet metal using a stick welder you'll be amazing when you use tig.

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Quote from wherestheanykey :
Correction: You always want a TIG welder when dealing with automotive anything.

It's not long before your "auto body welder" friend decides he can do your exhaust with a MIG.
Looks at all my exhausts done with a MIG. Flux core at that too.
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How well would this handle auto body work? I've got floor panels to replace.
It'll work with small rods but I'd recommend you get a cheap gas welder, even a 120v model with gas and .025 wire would work well.

I wouldn't recommend tig unless you're doing exhaust or a roll cage and even then most use mig.
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