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AWS ER70S-6 Copper-Coated Solid Mig Welding Wire designed for welding Carbon and Carbon-Manganese steels with tensile strength up to 510 MPa. Suitable for single pass or multi-pass welding. Applications include Automobile body repairs, Tanks, Boilers, Steel structural works, Earthworks and Construction works. To be used under the shield of Ar+CO2 or CO2. For Product Data sheet and MSDS please visit www.ine.it
Well, what do you know?!? This stuff works great in my Lincoln 255C. Happy to find this product on Amazon and I’ll definitely be purchasing more.
Perfect. As promised.
The wire is of good quality, well packaged and sealed, and apparently fresh.
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Not much to say about wire. This guage wire, .025 tips, and 75% argon 25% carbon D had my welder actually welding. I had not even touched my welder in a few years, other than to move it out of the way. If you have a small, underpowered, 125 volt mig welder you too might want to consider a small guage wire. Well, it works with the stuff I have to weld, auto body, mower repair, auto pans.
Great for sheet metal.
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I am welding 18 to 20 gauge sheet metal and this is much easier to work with than .030 general purpose wire. I would not recommend it for anything thicker than sheet metal. I started with a 2 lb spool but that required an adapter to fit my Millermatic. Now I just need to learn how to weld.
Good MIG Wire
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I’ve been using this wire for several years and I’ve had absolutely no problems with binding or feeding. It’s clean and welds well, and the quality is consistent.
Using it to weld automotive sheet metal (16-20 awg). Using 75/25 Ar/CO2 gas and Eastwood 135 amp machine. Wets well, even on slightly rusty metal. Welds like butter.
Based on that I’m sure it will be fine.
Haven’t used it yet, but used some 0.035 that I bought at the same time. Based on that I’m sure it will be fine.
Good for body work
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I have been doing sheet metal body replacement as a hobby for a few years. I have always used 0.030 wire carbon steel wire and a Hobart Handler 187. I primarily use butt welds for replacing body sheet metal. The 0.030 I used to build a small 5×8 trailer (0.188″ thick max). I thought since I was using thinner metal maybe I needed to try a thinner wire. I am glad I switched so far. Not to say it’s been a dramatic change, but I believe it’s helped with keeping the welds small (allowing for less grinding). I also think the penetration has been better with higher heat settings. It’s a different animal with this thinner wire. My Handler has 4 heat settings and a feed of 0-100. For 0.030 wire on sheet metal (18/16 gauge) my settings were generally middle of the road 2/4 heat 40-50 feed. With this 0.023 wire I’m 3/4 heat and 80-90 feed. It can be a little challenging with such I high feed but it’s necessary to allow for proper nozzle distance… If that makes sense.
Wire is wire, no rust, works well.
Good normal product.
looks very nice, made in Italy
arrived quickly, looks very nice, made in Italy, but have not tried it yet
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