Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bert This 40-80 amp electrode requires skill to strike & maintain arc. My 110V 75 amp inverter welder used it.
I'm learning to weld and have not given up trying.
It came in a 5 lb cardboard box with a plastic wrap cover sealed end flaps.
For packaging comparison of 2 brands.
Another brand came in a nice plastic case plastic wrap around the electrodes and the plastic case..
This review is about my very first E6011 3/32" ever in the 40-80 amp DC electrode + specification.
The E6011 3/32" seems to be a hot tempered electrode that was somewhat difficult for a beginner to start & maintain an arc with a 110V 75amp inverter welder.
It was chilly 56F too maybe a metal preheat & warmer temperatures will help.
I used a Performax 110V 75 amp inverter welder.
The E6011 3/32" seemed to work or behave best at 60 amps.
Max power approx. 75 amps it splattered more.
My order of preference so far is.
1. E7014 5/64"
2. E6013 5/64".
3. E6011 3/32"
April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gayto sick for welding
this is use by husband I choose it for him he said there are good so he nkows
May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by onejr71 fair
It is affortable, little hard to ignite but good..
October 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MooseMetalworking Good Welding Rods
I started welding some time ago so I bought a stick welder. I picked up these electrodes too. The arc burns hot in a haze of green, and the welds are strong. I practiced on scrap steel, then I welded an anchor that needed mending. These are great welding rods and only cost $15!
July 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mememememememe 3/32 IN. 5 LB. 180 E6011 FLEETWELD STICK ELECTRODE
It is a good feeling to find a small box of welding electrodes for a reasonable price at Home Depot. Home Depot is my number one place for purchasing my repair or DIY projects. I am lucky to live one mile from a Home Depot store. The sales personnel are friendly and very helpful at all times.
February 4, 2015