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Turbo Fan Cooled Arc Welder, with Handheld Mask - ALDI - Instore £34.99

£34.99 @ ALDI
Thought this looked really good and I wanted to get into doing some welding. One question could this tackle car repairs for MOT etc...? Info here... The perfect combination for high per… Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Thought this looked really good and I wanted to get into doing some welding.

One question could this tackle car repairs for MOT etc...?

Info here...

The perfect combination for high performance and versatility. This machine has fully adjustable amperage control, wheels and a handle enabling total portability.

Comprehensive kit includes: hand-held face shield, electrode holder, earth clamp, power leads, chipping hammer/wire brush, electrode starter pack (2 x 1.6mm, 2 x 2.0mm, 2 x 2.5mm, 2 x 3.2mm, 2 x 4mm)
Uses 1.6mm-4.0mm diameter electrodes
Thermal overload protection
Adjustable welding current range: 55-160 amps
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
No it's not suitable for thin car body sheet metal- it'll blow holes in it -you weld thin sheet metal with a mig welder.
#2
Im no welding expert but imho the only thing you could weld with an Arc Welder on a car is the chassis and even then modern cars have such thin gauge metal Id seriously doubt it would work. You'd need a Mig welder for cars.

This would be fine for making the Iron Gates your car passes once its passed its MOT.:p
#3
Damn, too slow.:D
#4
Handy as a stocking filler as Christmas
approaches and you can't think what to buy!
#5
Can this use a standard 13A socket?
#6
Moneyspider
Can this use a standard 13A socket?


Id be very surprised if you could not. Especially if its from Aldi's.
#7
Moneyspider
Can this use a standard 13A socket?

yes it does.
#8
All gone by Friday night in Leeds!

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