- A no gas (flux) function
- Comes set up and ready to use with 0.035 in. (0.9mm) Flux-Core Wire
- Can be used to perform a large number of different types of welds
- Powered by standard 110V household current
- Includes 0.8 roller, 0.8 tip, and a 1.0 tip
- 20 in. x 10 in. x 16 in.
- 33 lbs.
- 1 Year Warranty
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JEGS offers affordable high-performance MIG and TIG welders and is suitable for both hobby and professional use. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a newcomer to the welding scene, you'll appreciate the freedom and flexibility of these units. From the workshop to the basement to the garage, we make it easy for you to dive right into the world of fabricating. Simple controls make it easy to set up and dial-in your project. All units include a handheld mask, wire brush, and 1-year warranty. Additional accessories are also available to complete your package.
Are the spools of wire,a common size and be purchased at any welding supply store
how in the heck is it a MIG emphasis on the G if it is gasless?
What are the dimensions
can you weld autobody panels with this welder?
Who is the manufacturer
How does the MIG 100 Gasless welder perform when welding rebar? I plan to use it for making yard art items.
Can it weld aluminum?
Can this Mig 100 Gasless welder be converted over to shielding gas (inert gas) or bottle gas and if so what is needed to be bought from you (Jegs) and what are the parts needed. Thanks, MJ1951
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