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Lincoln Electric Easy MIG 140 115V Flux Cored/MIG Welder – 140 Amp Output, Model# K2697-1

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Lincoln Electric Easy MIG 140 115V Flux Cored/MIG Welder - 140 Amp Output, Model# K2697-1

  • Can set up for gas-free flux core welding or gas-shielded MIG welding for steel, stainless and aluminum
  • 50-500 IPM wire feed speed control
  • Fully adjustable drive system reduces wire tangle and crushing
  • Brass-to-brass gun connection for enhanced conductivity
  • Cast aluminum body with rigid drive aids wire alignment

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This Lincoln Easy MIG 140 welder uses common 120V power and is a fine choice for home projects, farm repairs or basic auto body work. It features simple 2-knob tapped control for easy set up of either gas-less flux cored welding or gas shielded MIG welding. Volts: 120, Amps: 140, Duty Cycle: 20% at 90 Amps, 19.5 Volts, Mig Ready: Yes, Wire Feed Speed Control: 50-500 IPM, Weldable Metals: Steel, aluminum, Weld Thickness (in.): Up to 5/16 in. mild steel, Clamp Cable Length (ft.): 10, Regulator and Gas Hose Included: Yes, Shielding Gas Required: Yes, when welding MIG, Welding Wire Diameter (in.): .025-.045, Power Cord (ft.): 6, Cart: No, Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 18 5/8 x 10 1/8 x 14Read More!

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Lincoln Electric Easy MIG 140 115V Flux Cored/MIG Welder – 140 Amp Output, Model# K2697-1

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In June 2011, Lincoln Electric erected a wind tower measuring 443 feet tall at its world headquarters and manufacturing campus in Cleveland, Ohio. This installation is capable of producing 2.5-megawatts of electrical energy, or approximately 10 percent of the requirements for Lincoln Electric’s main Cleveland manufacturing facility. Watch the video to see how the tower was built. For more information, go to www.lincolnelectric.com
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Question by bear821964: How much is a 1939 Lincoln Electric Arc Welder worth?
I have a 1939 Lincoln Electric Linc-Inductor 200Ampre Arc-Welder & would like to know the value.

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Answer by GeneWeen
Something that old is not really a hot item for most people. Its not a collectible so its worth whatever someone will pay for it. I would guess that if its in good working order that you should be able to get a few bucks for it, but most people will want something more recent in their shop.

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