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Question for the learned:
I currently have a Unimig 210 which has seen a fair bit of work (think I'm on about my 10th 15kg spool). I am considering upgrading and the two main options I'm considering are:
1. Multifuntion Tig/Mig/arc like a unimig 350 (but I don't really like the controls on that specific model). Or.
2. Pony up a little more and get a mig pulse.
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How about the boc 175 multi process unit?
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No idea whatsoever myself but can you buy 15 kg and wind your own 5kg spools to suit?
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No idea whatsoever myself but can you buy 15 kg and wind your own 5kg spools to suit?

Can be done but must be layered carefully.
You could set up a jig or just buy a 15 kg reel machine.


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