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post #31 of 59 Old 04-28-2016, 03:03 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Millermatic 211, ESAB Rebel or Lincoln 210 MP

I'm going to try to get this so I can make a welding cart for the Welder

It's a 3 Drawer mini locking filing cabinet.

3 drawer filing cabinet

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Attachments:
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I have a Miller (150 I think) and it welds anything I've put a bead on.. I got a mobile cabinet from a friend and spare parts and my gloves & helmet are stored in there.

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The fact that it has wheels makes it convenient to bring it to the work.. Enjoy your new machine!


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Re: Millermatic 211, ESAB Rebel or Lincoln 210 MP

Thank you WNY.

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Not Running:
‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,

Attachments:
2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade,
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Re: Millermatic 211, ESAB Rebel or Lincoln 210 MP

The Welder and 75/25 bottle showed up right on schedule today and after a very busy day I managed to take some time to read up on it. Learned how to set up proper spool tension using a block of wood. Then I put down two test welds on 1/4" with SMIG. I think it works great. I was working with the material on the ground with a fixed lens so it is what it is but I'm stoked with what I see so far. I really like this new toy.

Here is what I did with two practice beads. I'm sure I'll do much better once the auto darkening helmet shows up and I am able to get some kind of table top so I don't have to squat and weld on the ground.
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Running:
‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade

Not Running:
‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,

Attachments:
2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade,

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Re: Millermatic 211, ESAB Rebel or Lincoln 210 MP

Nice, ready to rock.

2014 1025R 7 Iron deck auto connect& Mulch kit,with Gator blades.
H120 FEL 53" bucket and Ken's bolt on hooks.
RB2060 60" rear blade
I-Match
Ballast box w/ 600# pea stone
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8 suitcase weights
2 75# Starter wheel weights and 4 50# add ons
25 gal. tractor mounted sprayer
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Here are some unboxing pics.
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Re: Millermatic 211, ESAB Rebel or Lincoln 210 MP

So I'm trying to figure out if I can use the same regulator guage for 100% Argon and 75/25 mix.

From what I understand I should be able to use the same regulator but I'd have to use a different regulator for 100% CO2 so I won't ruin the 75/25 regulator.

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‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade

Not Running:
‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,

Attachments:
2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade,
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You are correct, only need a different regulator for co2. Looks like a real nice setup. Looks like fun setting it up.

2014 1025R 7 Iron deck auto connect& Mulch kit,with Gator blades.
H120 FEL 53" bucket and Ken's bolt on hooks.
RB2060 60" rear blade
I-Match
Ballast box w/ 600# pea stone
Super Heavy Hitch
8 suitcase weights
2 75# Starter wheel weights and 4 50# add ons
25 gal. tractor mounted sprayer
42" Brinley sweeper
Stihl 026 Pro saw
Stihl blowers and trimmers

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Re: Millermatic 211, ESAB Rebel or Lincoln 210 MP

Thank you MI GT... Yes I am having a lot of fun figuring this thing out.

On another note my victor Viking 3350 just arrived Woo Hoo. OMG I can't believe how easy it is to see through the blue lens on this thing.

Running:
‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade

Not Running:
‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,

Attachments:
2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade,
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A good lens is much easier on the eyes. I can see the puddle better and where I'm going. I've been lightening mine up a little at a time to see how far I can go and not get blinded..
Have fun and be safe
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H120 FEL 53" bucket and Ken's bolt on hooks.
RB2060 60" rear blade
I-Match
Ballast box w/ 600# pea stone
Super Heavy Hitch
8 suitcase weights
2 75# Starter wheel weights and 4 50# add ons
25 gal. tractor mounted sprayer
42" Brinley sweeper
Stihl 026 Pro saw
Stihl blowers and trimmers

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You're gonna love that helmet! It works absolutely awesome!!

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Congrats N2, very nice setup!

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GTN you are in the know. This helmet is superb. Still trying to get use to the fitment around my cranium. Getting a little headache behind my ears. Just not use to it yet. I think I'll try adjusting the two middle straps that cross over the top of my head between the forehead pad and rear swiveling pad. Regardless the helmet kicks but.

Thank you 396. I'm finding things I like and dislike about the welder. However I understand being my first time welding mig and using poor 1/8" material may be playing a part. So for now I will say I'm very pleased with it and my abilities to weld 1/4" materials ...

Not sure on this but my brother wanted me to adjust my gas pressure to try and change the welding consistancy. I'm under the impression that not enough gas creates a lot of spatter so more/higher pressure is better. Please any one let me me know if I'm wrong.

I should probably be over on the ESAB forum but I trust there is enough tractor fabricators her to get me on the right track with welding settings per process. At this point 1/8" is proving to be inconsistant with the used materials. I am a quick study but know there is always things I can easily miss or overlook when it comes to learning new things like welding. I think im pretty consistent with my travel speed and hight off the object being fused. So at this point I'm thinking there is a setting off somehow because 1/8" won't stay consistent. I've let the welder cool off plenty between practice beads so I don't think dut cycle would be the factor causing the inconsistacies.

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