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Thread: Airco Miglite 100

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    Airco Miglite 100

    Finally after a few years of asking about this welder sitting under the bench and collecting dust in my dads shop I got him to let me take it home with me. Everything works and cant wait to get home with it this weekend. It will accept gas for MIG welding but I think I will just run flux wire on it since I have a smaller shop. Does anyone have any experience with this welder? I know the Airco company was bought out by Miller years ago and I cant find anything.

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    Check with Esab they should have info on that welder



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    Nope still nothing. I got it going tonight with some flux wire. I think I am just going to buy a bottle of argon so that I can weld aluminum with is since most of the stuff I work on is aluminum.

    Do they make an aluminum gas-less wire?

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