2017 Everlast mig140 MIG welder 110/120 volts FLUX 140AMP

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    Best MIG Welder Under 500 Reviews – 2018
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Amazon Price: $429.00 $380.00 You save: $49.00 (11%). (as of February 25, 2018 2:43 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The economy line of inverter MIG welders from Everlast is not short on performance or capability. The all new Power i-MIG 140E is a 120V powerhouse. The IGBT inverter design puts out a higher amp output with a better duty cycle when compared to transformer based MIG welders. Compare the Power i-MIG 140E to the competition. The competition features a transformer 140 amp MIG welder which typically has a 20% duty cycle at 90 amps, and a far less duty cycle at a maximum amps which is almost never published. The new Everlast Power i-MIG 140E comes with a 35% duty cycle at maximum 140 Amps of power. And it can do it while operating more efficiently, at a lower amp draw. To complete the comparison, it is also lighter in weight and offers a smaller foot print without reducing the maximum diameter wire roll size (8"). Its size and weight allows you to pick up the unit and carry it right to where you need it without needing a follow up visit to your chiropractor. INCLUDES: 10 Ft. (3m) 15 Series MIG gun Work clamp Ar/CO2 Regulator Consumable start kit Minimum/Maximum: Up to maximum of 3/16" single pass steel/stainless/aluminum Up to maximum of 3/8" multiple pass steel/stainless/aluminum Minimum of 24 gauge cabability Use a spool gun to weld Aluminum.

Customer Reviews

Very good. Better than the Lincoln’s and Hobart’s in it’s class.

11 people found this helpful.
 on May 12, 2017
By Matt B
I took a chance on a brand I wasn’t familiar with, based on some recommendations from the guys at Weld.com and WeldingTipsAndTricks.com. As it turns out, they were right!

Mig welder.

8 people found this helpful.
 on July 8, 2017
By Jungle Jim
Excellent, excellent welder yes crappy ground clamp. This is what I have done with this thing so far.

Well Worth the Money

7 people found this helpful.
 on March 2, 2017
By funkster212
Overall this is a really nice welder. I’m happy to note that they opted to replace the 6 foot mig torch for a 10 footer. So, I only gave this welder 4 stars for a couple reasons.

So far, so good

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 28, 2017
By Mart
The last time I welded was about 30 yrs ago. This makes it much simpler. Have done light welding so far with good results. I recommend getting the gasses.

Five Stars

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 9, 2018
By Germaine S.
Been running it ever weekend since i got it. Used it to weld stainless inter-cooler piping.

Five Stars

One person found this helpful.
 on April 3, 2017
By Sean
i bought this for welding body panels

Could be a great welder with a few improvements

14 people found this helpful.
 on February 17, 2017
By David Pepiton
A great entry level welder that IS capable of 1/4 inch welding. The euro connectors are nice and positive and aren’t easily removed. I’m running HTP .030 solid wire in 10lbs spools and am having zero issues that aren’t caused by my lack of metal preparation.

Great, Surprisingly Powerful Welder

6 people found this helpful.
 on August 16, 2017
By EQF
I bought one of these about 3 years ago. Amazon had a better deal than Everlast did, with $50 off when you sign up for the Amazon credit card, so I bought it here. It was delivered in November. I didn’t get around to opening the box until after January. Suddenly I found I needed to fabricate some brackets to hang sliding barn doors from on my shop. Made them from 3/16″ cold rolled steel. My 240V Everlast PowerPro 256, which I like for TIG and stick, but not so much for plasma cutting, was buried in clutter, and I couldn’t get to the 240V receptacle without moving a bunch of stuff, so I figured it was about time to unbox the new welder. I still had my first MIG a 25 year old Campbell Hausfeld wire feed flux core welder that I converted to MIG. I had plans for converting it back to flux core and moving it to my shop in Washington state, and I figured it was time. I removed the 75/25 argon/CO2 bottle and hooked it up to the Everlast. Took the old 0.030″ wire and fed it through just fine. I set the voltage and wire feed speed to give about the right sound and welded a few practice beads on a piece of the 3/16″ CR steel. Settings weren’t at all critical. It seemed by varying travel speed I could get whatever result I wanted.

Powerful little unit

12 people found this helpful.
 on April 14, 2017
By Amazon Customer
Good deal, powerful. You can smoke 1/8-1/4″ in with fluxcore no problem. I ran NR-211 MP on 1/8″ cold rolled in a single pass, cut an etched with 40% penatration only turned up half way on WFS and Voltage plugged into 12g extention cord. Only down side is the WFS motor maxs out around 310ipm so make sure you run .030-.035 on anything over 12 gauge. Ground clamp is junk too.

Lots of welding power here.

3 people found this helpful.
 on July 5, 2017
By Amazon Customer
should be 4-4.5 stars for the crappy ground clamp.

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