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Old 10-14-2017, 08:07 AM
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Looks like they did better with the storage box but where do you place the rods.

some of the first ones as I recall were a lay down box that looked bulky.
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Old 10-17-2017, 07:49 PM
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Today, I ran the Miller Maxstar 161S for a couple of hours, to weld damper brackets on the exhaust stack on a boiler, in a private school in Albany, NY. The stack has been on the boiler for about 25 years, so the metal was extremely sooty and slimy, it was a real joy to weld.

I went through about 3# of E6011C, with the installation of the 50#+ of bracket parts and the attached mounting panels for the drive motors. I real like this welder, nice smooth arc, I wish it was a little easier to restart some rods, but on a whole, I'm very impressed.
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I ran the welder again today, I’m pulling the Miller CST 280 out of the service truck.
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