FS Linde 3 Phase Mig Welder 200A with Separate Wire Feeder $350 Denver CO
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    Default FS Linde 3 Phase Mig Welder 200A with Separate Wire Feeder $350 Denver CO

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    Linde V-200 Mig Welder with a Separate

    Wire feeder unit and tweeco mig gun

    200amps at 100% duty cycle

    Machine is 3 phase 208 (or 460 )volt, I have a phase converter here to try it out and can get the neighbor to forklift
    it on a truck or trailer. Probably not worth shipping.

    Unit works as intended but I don't really have a use for it.

    $350 in Longmont CO

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    You know there is no parts from Linde?...Phil

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    There's no parts for many of the machines people on here work on. On the bright side the huge box is mostly air with big generic components.

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    Sure but no feed rolls or guides for the feeder...Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil in Montana View Post
    Sure but no feed rolls or guides for the feeder...Phil
    Easy to make on any flat belt driven Lodge and Shippley

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    Brings back fond memories. I had one sitting behind me under the jib and I spent long hours tacking assemblies. They eat power like crazy unlike new inverter machines. The last one I saw was being junked in the shop I retired out of. That was about 15 years ago. They separated the copper parts and the rest went into the ferrous scrap bin. What is the price of copper nowadays?

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    Now you can relieve the memories again for a mere pittance of USD!

    I'm not sure what copper goes for but I'd rather not scrap it, the separate feed unit would seem really nice if you need to fab a large assembly or around a vehicle.

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    Wound with aluminum. I wouldn't touch an old Linde.

    metalmagpie

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    I had an old MIG welder but missing all of the gun parts. Worked great for
    stick welding. Gave it away on Craig's list. A guy and his son picked it
    up, they wanted to learn to weld. I was happy that it went to a good use
    and not scrapped, and that I did not have to pick it up to load it.


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