Recently I installed some D-rings on the PJ trailer. I needed to use 230V for my Miller 211 Auto-set, but my house is not wired for 230V. So I needed to use a generator and to do that I needed an adapter cord. I looked high and low for the right adapter. Hobart had just the one I needed. It is made from 1.5’ heavy duty 8/3 STW cord so it will last forever and not short out. The receptacle lights up when it is powered so you know that you are live.
I was looking for quite a while for a solution to run my welder from my generator. I even contemplated making my own adapter which was not cost effective or safe. Hobart has pretty much everything you need when it comes to welding. Check out Hobartwelders.com
Great job Dan, I cant wait to learn how to weld! Lets see more of these videos!
Nice one Dan ! You could use a piece of lether to avoid burning the wood and do a chanfrin on the piece your welding for full penetration 30 to 45 degee chanfrin on half the thikness . Its a realy good welder i like it alot !
Has anyone ever used the DeWalt DWS535 worm drive saw, if so could you let me know what you thought about it, I am 99 percent positive that that is the one I want to get.