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Lincoln Electric Weld Pak 125 HD Wire-Feed Welder
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Lincoln Electric

Weld Pak 125 HD Wire-Feed Welder

  • Plugs into household 115V outlet, 30-125 Amp welding output range
  • Weld up to 5/16 in. mild steel flux-cored wire without gas
  • Portable, lightweight and easy to use
$419.00 /each

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Basic wire welding for projects and repairs around the shop farm or home that where the Weld-Pak 125 HD comes in handy. Plug in the Weld-Pak 125 HD anywhere common 120-Volt input power is available. Set the simple 2 knobs tapped control for your material application and get it done. Right out of the box, the Weld-Pak is set up for gas-less flux-cored welding so it's just right for common steel welding, indoors or out. Compare the precise drive, rugged construction and full list of standard accessories. Lincoln Weld-Pak is a top quality tool for anyone with occasional welding needs.

  • 30 Amp 125 Amp welding output range is perfect for basic wire welding for projects and repairs around the shop, farm or your home
  • 12-Gauge single-pass or 1/4 in. multi-pass welding capacity with flux-cored wire
  • Precision full adjustment drive system reduces chance of wire tangling and crushing
  • Large industrial closed-design drive motor for improved torque and trouble-free performance
  • Plugs in wherever 120-Volt input power is available for versatility
  • Forgiving arc makes dialing in your application easy
  • 2-knob tapped control can be set to your material application for easy operation
  • Preset for gas-less flux-cored welding for steel welding, both indoors and out
  • Instruction manual, how-to-use DVD and learn-to-weld manual included for your convenience
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using this with gas

in my owners manual it says that the 125 can be converted using kit K2526-1 is this true ? the unit I have is the K2785-1 but when this question was asked by another person the LINCOLN REP posted no it can`t can someone please enlighten me to what the correct answer is ?
Asked by: frustrated
These are the units that can be upgraded, generally they cannot. Pro Core 125 (Code 11300 only), Weld Pak125HD (Code 11302 only), Easy Core 125 (Code 11503 only), Work Pak 125 (Code 11506 only), Core Pak 125 (Code 11550 only). This kit will NOT work on the following units as they cannot be converted to use gas: Pro Core 125 (Code 11631), Weld Pak 125HD (Code 11632), Easy Core 125 (Code 11633), Work Pak 125 (Code 11638), Core Pak 125 (Code 11639)
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-07-30

Can it weld galvanized pipe?

Asked by: julio
yes you can it is pretty hazordous cause the fumes that come off the galavnized steel and try not to breth them in it can be fatel depending on how long you weld try to get a brake in every now and then so u dont poison your self with the fumes but can it be done yes (:
Answered by: millerwelding
Date published: 2016-10-31

should i use a face shield for this unit .

New to welding not sure if i need a shield
Asked by: Robert
you should were a mask personaly i like the harborfright auto darkning mask but yes you do have to were a mask becaust if you spend lots of time welding you can seirously damage your eyes and posably go blind and on the auto darkning mask if u fell your eyes getting itchy and dry make the mask a little darker
Answered by: millerwelding
Date published: 2016-10-31

Can the 125 machine be used to weld Stainless Steel?

Asked by: Anonymous
yes it welds up to 5/16 plenty of power for most jobs. great machine.
Answered by: farrierrick
Date published: 2016-10-21
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Customer Reviews

Weld Pak 125 HD Wire-Feed Welder is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Nice Starter / Small Utility Welder My family bought this welder for use in building railings for a deck. Both my brother and I had previous welding experience. We each spent several hours using this welder. Our materials ranged from 3/8-inch cold rolled round to 1/8-inch thick x 2-inch tube to 1/4 x 2-inch hot rolled bar. Setting up was easy, and the pictorial and graphic set-up aids on the welder were quite useful in selecting heat settings and feed rates. We found it easy to over-tighten the feed roller, thereby smashing the wire and stopping the feed. Once we got the feeder adjusted correctly, the project went smoothly. When the wire ran out, feeding a new spool was bit of a learning experience. The wire would not always start into the hole in the feed cable. The cable had to be disconnected and the wire manually threaded into the hole in the tube. Then the cable could be reconnected and the wire fed the rest of the way using the feeder. This takes about 5 minutes, which is a drag. We tried re-trimming the wire end, twisting it, and shaking the end lightly, but to no avail. I didn't expect this, as another welder (same model) we rented did not have this problem. Did something change in the design perhaps, or is the unit we bought just a bit more finicky? Not sure, but we adapted to the idiosyncrasies quickly. The weld quality is acceptable. Penetration was good. Splatter and slag buildup were tolerable, and about what you'd expect from a non-gas welder. We got our sizable project done quickly. It looks nice, is strong, and we saved ourselves thousands of dollars in the process. This nice little welder will be on hand to help with a host of other projects. I'm impressed with the overall quality and usefulness.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excelent machine Excelent machine
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For as long as I can remember Lincoln has always been the leader in products you can depend on. A lot of years ago I had their stick welder and assembled a lot of projects with it. Now retired I find myself with time to tend to the acreage and need a welder. This unit is all I could ask for.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This welder is great I bought this for minor projects around the house and it works great. I have used it and had to turn down the heat with 1/8" steel so I know it can weld thicker steel.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for what I needed, easy to setup right out... Perfect for what I needed, easy to setup right out of the box
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptional value, fine addition to garage ... Exceptional value, fine addition to garage
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lincoln Welder Lincoln Welders are the best. I have a 125 + set up for either innershield or gas welding. Best thing is, this welder was purchased in 1996 and is still going strong. I have used this welder at both home and film locations. This would also be a good welder for a newby to learn to wire weld on. My Lincoln stick machine is just as old and still going strong also.
Date published: 2016-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Oustanding Product I bought this with the intention of teaching myself to weld. With the guidance of the included DVD and the instructions, I have succeeded, with a bit of practice, in making competent strong welds. My welds won't win any beauty contests, but they are strong and functional. The welder is very easy to set up and use and, most importantly, works just fine off of a 120v 20A circuit. Don't cheap out on the welding mask, get the auto darkening model. Make sure you wear fire resistant clothes covering everything. I've already recommended this welder to several friends.
Date published: 2015-09-08
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