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    Default Miller apps for Ipad and Android

    Perhaps you all have seen these or maybe not, but here it is.

    You select mig, stick tig, and then select electrode size and type, and it tells you the particulars as to polarity, and amperage, etc.

    https://www.millerwelds.com/mobile/?...ign=mobilepage
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    Default Re: Miller apps for Ipad and Android

    Thanks for sharing... forgot about the apps. Will install on my iPhone.

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    Hmmm, let's see what it says when I put in MIG and 3/8" steel...
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    Default Re: Miller apps for Ipad and Android

    I wonder who Miller is trying to target with that ap. I just think it's funny that if you want to weld 1/8" plate with 7018 that the Ap would be your go to place. Are there really welders out there that are that clueless that a few arc starts wont get them the parameters they want??? WTF... Miller is getting even more synthetic as the years go on. Kind of like Hypertherm.. Always touting USA when they only assemble here. Joke. Sorry but true..

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    Quote Originally Posted by yomax4 View Post
    I wonder who Miller is trying to target with that ap. I just think it's funny that if you want to weld 1/8" plate with 7018 that the Ap would be your go to place. Are there really welders out there that are that clueless that a few arc starts wont get them the parameters they want??? WTF... Miller is getting even more synthetic as the years go on. Kind of like Hypertherm.. Always touting USA when they only assemble here. Joke. Sorry but true..
    I would say... a guy like me? Maybe a place for educating yourself when you don't weld frequently and you are interested in learning BUT don't have access to TBN welding forum?

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    S'ok.. That's the type of reply I expected..
    Quote Originally Posted by dragoneggs View Post
    I would say... a guy like me? Maybe a place for educating yourself when you don't weld frequently and you are interested in learning BUT don't have access to TBN welding forum?

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    I am with draggoneggs on this one. It may not be useful for the pros but it gives a great synopsis of basic info when you are looking at using different rods or welding processes, straight or reverse polarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    Hmmm, let's see what it says when I put in MIG and 3/8" steel...
    Solid wire:
    -forumrunner_20140914_194057-png
    Flux core:
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    And if you put in 1/8 inch steel it says 140-150 amps.. hmm.... 120 volt MIG is marginal for even 1/8 inch steel according to Miller.. They just make the machines I guess. I am sure they don't use them.. Nothing to see here folks... move along...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd NE WY View Post
    I am with draggoneggs on this one.
    As am I.

    Quote Originally Posted by Todd NE WY View Post
    It may not be useful for the pros but it gives a great synopsis of basic info when you are looking at using different rods or welding processes, straight or reverse polarity.
    It is sad when a manufacturer publishes an app, or any information, that can help the newbie and they get ridiculed.

    i think we also discovered why so many threads in the Welding Forum get closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd NE WY View Post
    I am with draggoneggs on this one. It may not be useful for the pros but it gives a great synopsis of basic info when you are looking at using different rods or welding processes, straight or reverse polarity.
    Especially if your rod containers are missing the "recommended amps range" (like mine are)

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