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MIG/STICK 202

(6 customer reviews)
The MIG/STICK 202 is a portable, powerful and versatile MIG/Stick Welding machine. This unit can weld up to 1/2-inch steel in either MIG mode or SMAW setting. Capable of running 0.023–0.045-inch MIG wire or up to 3/16-inch SMAW rods with a very stable arc (please check the technical sheet for more details). These characteristics make MIG/ Stick 202 the perfect choice for light to medium duty welding jobs whether in your garage, at home or at your local auto body shop.
Part Number: PLC7580150
MSRP Price: C$1,598.00

Description

  • High power output, 170A @ 100% Duty Cycle & 200A @ 35% Duty Cycle.
  • Tested in(104°F /40°C), designed for the toughest conditions.
  • Inverter power source with optimal welding characteristics in MIG and Stick.
  • Automatic compensation for main power fluctuations within ± 20%.
  • Ability to use up to 165 feet(50 meters)leads without any power loss at the weld.
  • High grade metal dual drive roll system for precise and constant wire feed that prevents bird nesting.
  • Welds up to 1/2” steel and 3/8” aluminum.
  • Graduated knob to achieve the most accurate settings.
  • Automatically controls wire speed by voltage feedback to give and extremely stable arc with minimal spatter.
  • Fan cooled and thermally protected against overheating.
  • Built-in polarity changeover feature for most common gas and gasless wires.
  • Metal face panel.
  • Spool gun compatible.
  • Both 8 and 12-inch(203 and 305 mm)Wire Spool Size.
  • Comprehensive 3 Year Warranty.

Process MIG/ Flux cored Stick Electrode
Input Voltage, Single Phase, 50/60 Hz 208 to 240 V(±10%)
Primary Current@Max Welding Current 37 A 38 A
Maximum Primary Effective Current(I1 eff max) 27 A 29 A
Technology of Adjustment(Maual / Synergic) Manual
Welding Current Range 10-200 A 10-200 A
Duty Cycle @ Maximum Welding Current in 104° F(40° C) 35%(200 A) 35%(200 A)
Welding Current @ 100% Duty Cycle in 104° F(40° C) 170 A 160 A
Welding Current @ 60% Duty Cycle in 104° F(40° C) 190 A 180 A
Open Circuit Voltage : Volt 52 V
Output Voltage Range : Volt 14.5-24 V 20.4-28 V
Solid Steel Wire Size Range : inch(mm) 0.023-0.040 in(0.6-1 mm)  
Stainless steel Wire Size Range : inch(mm) 0.023-0.040 in(0.6-1 mm)  
Flux-cored Wire Size Range : inch(mm) 0.030-0.045 in(0.8-1.2 mm)  
Aluminum Wire Size Range : inch(mm) 0.030-0.045 in(0.8-1.2 mm)  
Max Wire Feeder speed : ipm(m/min) 630 ipm(16 m / min)  
Wire Feeder Mechanism Material Metal  
Wire Spool Size : inch(mm) 8 and 12 inch(203 and 305 mm)  
Weight : lb(Kg) 42 lb(19 Kg)
Dimensions Including Handle(D , W , H): inch(mm) 23.8 x 11 x 15.15 inch(605 x 280 x 385 mm)

CANAWELD RESERVES THE RIGHTS OF CHANGING THE SPECIFICATION WITHOUT NOTICE

Area of Use

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive Parts and Bodies
  • Passenger Car Industries
  • Training school
  • Metal Building
  • Medical Industries
  • Railcar
  • Boat/Yacht
  • Shipbuilding
  • Light Fabrication
  • Food Industries and High Purity Processing
  • Mechanical Contractors
  • Installation
  • Restoring
  • Maintenance and repair-field operation
  • Plumbing & HVAC
  • Civil Construction
  • Infrastructure & roofing
  • Work/Service Trucks
  • Farm and Ranch
  • Home hobbyist

Weldable Metals

  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum (with optional spool gun)
  • Chrome-moly

6 reviews for MIG/STICK 202

  1. Richard Costello

    Have to admit I was a little worried but in fact I am very impressed. I’m running .035 solid wire with Argon/C02 mixture and this machine does an absolute beautiful job with plenty of heat. I wouldn’t hesitate to use .045 wire as well. Great for small and larger jobs, I was welding 1/2″ plate and tried a few multi passes and the welds are just great, no fluctuations in amperage at all and every bead was the same. Lots of penetration. Seems to be a very well built machine and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it and if I had to buy another I would definitely purchase from Canaweld. I’ve been a welder for 32 years and this small machine is definitely impressive and worth it to buy.

  2. Mit Singh

    awsome. far above my expectations

  3. Michael Somar

    Comfortable environment. Great stuff. Love this machine.

  4. Ryan Goetz

    Picked this welder after looking at all options, Price was a big factor and the specs are Great.
    You get a lot value for the money when compared to other welders like Miller, E-sab and Lincoln. the other welders were easily $500+ more.
    Made in Canada was a plus, Which is hard to find these days
    Setup was fairly easy.
    The auto feed button for loading wire is awesome saves gas.
    Wish there was a chart for recommended starting point for voltages and wire speed for material thicknesses.
    IMO the Machine works as good Lincoln 255c I have work
    Next is one of there plasma cutters

  5. Ryan

    Awesome welder , I’ve had it for a week and I’m nothing but impressed!!

  6. James Crittenden

    Great Canadian-made machine. Bought it after chatting with Nick and being recommended this specific machine. I’m a beginner welder and it was easy to use and set-up. The finishing on the machine is quite nice. It looks good. The components are all top notch. Everything seems to be made either in Canada (the unit itself), or in the Netherlands (the gun and hoses). The wire feed wheels are solid steel and should never wear out. I was a bit confused at first about which side of the feed wheel was which size (since the lettering for the size is actually on the opposite side of the wheel than the track). I eventually decided that the number facing outwards corresponded with the track size, despite being on opposite side of the wheel. Tough to explain in text here…

    Some areas for improvement would be the instruction manual. It leaves a bit to be desired and isn’t great for a true beginner like me. It covers the very basics of assembling the parts of the machine that need assembling, and not much more. And a weld chart inside the door would be good too. It doesn’t have any chart at all, so I’m going off of some Miller charts found online for a starting point.

    As well, the font on the wire feed dial is hard to read, especially in the welder unit is sitting on the floor (and you’re looking from above). My garage is not that bright, but it isn’t a dungeon either. Maybe something could be tweaked to make the font different. The top of the unit above the wire feed dial acts like a little awning, so it casts a shadow and makes it tough to read without squatting down. If the unit were on a desk right in front of you, it wouldn’t be a problem.

    Already welded a table and some other projects. Looked forward to learning more.

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