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Im some random guy on the internet who plays with electricity for fun and has a desire for travel.
Now If you give me something conductive to play with we'll have a great time.
 
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Im some random guy on the internet who plays with electricity for fun and has a desire for travel.
Now If you give me something conductive to play with we'll have a great time.
As a welder I also play with electricity for fun. And money!
 
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I play with electricity too, what is your depth of knowledge or interests, specifically?
 

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I don’t know if this question is directed towards me or the log? But I’m happy to talk about welding to anyone that is interested in it as well.
 
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I don’t know if this question is directed towards me or the log? But I’m happy to talk about welding to anyone that is interested in it as well.

Looking for a mig welder, something mid range. Just for basic projects around the shop, what do you recommend?
 

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I play with electricity too, what is your depth of knowledge or interests, specifically?
I personally deal with electronics but I have some experience with electrical in homes all non formal though I'm self taught in regards to electronics and I am apparantly super intuitive when in comes to computers and circuits (a few people I know have said this)
 
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I personally deal with electronics but I have some experience with electrical in homes all non formal though I'm self taught in regards to electronics and I am apparantly super intuitive when in comes to computers and circuits (a few people I know have said this)

Have you ever messed with automotive ECM/ECU's?
 

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Looking for a mig welder, something mid range. Just for basic projects around the shop, what do you recommend?
I’d say for your money your best bet is the little Lincoln 140 amp weld pak that they sell at Home Depot. They’re around 500$ and they run great. Also they can do solid wire as well as flux core. The miller equivalent is nicer but is more expensive.
 

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