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Lincoln Electric Weld Pak 140 HD Wire-Feed Welder
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Lincoln Electric

Weld Pak 140 HD Wire-Feed Welder

  • Plugs into household 115V outlet, wide 30-140 Amp welding range
  • Welds up to 5/16 in. mild steel using flux-cored wire without gas
  • MIG weld up to 3/16 in. in a single pass with gas
$524.00 /each

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Whether you have a home project, farm repairs or basic auto body welding to complete, the Weld-Pak 140 HD should be at the top of your shopping list. Requiring common 120-Volt input power, the Weld-Pak 140 HD can be used almost anywhere. With simple 2 knob tapped control, the machine is easy to set up for gas-less flux-cored welding for deep penetration on thicker steel or gas-shielded MIG welding on thin gauge steel, stainless or aluminum. Compare the precise drive, rugged construction and full list of standard accessories. Lincoln Weld-Pak is an excellent choice.

  • Wide 30-140 Amp welding output range is perfect for completing home projects, farm repairs or basic auto-body welding
  • 3/16 in. single-pass or 5/16 in. multi-pass welding capacity with flux-cored wire
  • Precision full-adjustment drive system reduces the chance of wire tangling and crushing
  • Simple 2-knob tapped control is easy to set for gas-less flux-cored welding for deep penetration on thick steel or gas-shielded MIG welding on thin-gauge steel, stainless steel or aluminum
  • Plugs in wherever 120-Volt input power is available for versatility
  • No-hassle tool-less design for ease of use
  • Includes magnum 100L gun, cable assembly, contact tips, gas-less and gas nozzles, spindle adapter, gas regulator and work clamp
  • Includes 2 lb. spool of 0.025 in. MIG wire, 1 lb. spool of flux-cored wire, 0.025 in. and 0.035 in. drive roll and 0.030 - 0.045 in. knurled drive roll
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I need to know about the weight of the machine

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If you do a search on google it should pop right up. However, it's just under two foot I would say.
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Probably around sixty pounds maybe a little more depending on the size spool you use. I built a cart for it made life a lot easier for me and the machine.
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May 4, 2016
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60 pounds.
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Weight/Dimensions (H x W x D)
50 lbs. (22.7 kg)
13.7 x 10.15 x 17.9 in.
(357 x 258 x 472 mm)
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According to the specs 50 lbs; an average person can carry it.
http://www.lincolnelectric.com/assets/global/Products/K2514-1/e739.pdf
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If I had to guess I would say about 50 lbs and I was right on in regards to the pdf file attached. An average person can carry it one handed but it is not light by any means
http://www.lincolnelectric.com/assets/global/Products/K2514-1/e739.pdf
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May 3, 2016
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This weights 71 lbs.
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Is gas required to weld with the Lincoln Electric Weld Pak 140 HD or will wire only weld

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March 18, 2014
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The Lincoln 140 HD can use flux-core or the 75/25 gas and solid wire. There's a lot less splatter with the wire and gas, versus the flux core. The instructions recommend using the flux core when welding outside, in windy conditions.
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October 9, 2013
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no gas-use flux core 030 or 035
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No, you can use flux core also.
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gas is not required, it can be used as an option tho. the flux core wire works excellent.
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No, gas is not required with the Weld Pak 140. You can wire-feed weld with self-shielded wire. Welding with gas will give you prettier welds and less spatter, and it will allow you to weld thinner 24 ga. sheet metal.
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February 26, 2013
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it will weld w argon/c02 or with just flux core wire
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January 14, 2013
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Hello,
With the 140HD you have the option to use MIG or Flux-Cored welding. If you decide to do MIG then you would need to use gas and our MIG wire. If you decide to do Flux-Cored welding you do not need gas. However, you will need Flux-Cored wire. I have attached the two different wires. We offer these is different size spools and diameters. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
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Can this 140 also use the 10-11 pound spools?

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August 23, 2016
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Yes, it comes with a adapter
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I used a 10 pound spool, never heard of an 11 pound spool.
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The Lincoln 140 MIG Welder can use the larger 10 or 11 pound spools of wire. I just loaded an 11 pound spool today and it works fine. Included with the Weld Pak (I think it's called) is an adapter to go from the 1 or 2 pound spools to the larger, more cost efficient rolls of wire. This adapter snaps into the larger spools and there's a tab/button on it that must be engaged to the roll to help with Read More
The Lincoln 140 MIG Welder can use the larger 10 or 11 pound spools of wire. I just loaded an 11 pound spool today and it works fine. Included with the Weld Pak (I think it's called) is an adapter to go from the 1 or 2 pound spools to the larger, more cost efficient rolls of wire. This adapter snaps into the larger spools and there's a tab/button on it that must be engaged to the roll to help with tension. Read Less
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Yes, it will run the one pound spool and has an (included) adapter for the 8 inch spools.(up to 8 inch diameter .030 and .035 wire only).
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Yes, the included adapter spindle can help the Weld Pak 140 HD accomodate up to a 12 lb spool.
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yes this welder comes ready for 2 and 10lb spools of wire.
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Will this work properly/consistently on a normal 125v 15a outlet?

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Assuming that the welder is the only appliance plugged into the outlet. I've read elsewhere that this model works best on a 20a circuit, which I don't have. In other words, am I going to have to shell out more money to wire a dedicated outlet in order to make this thing work correctly? Thank you.
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As mentioned in a previous answer you can upgrade from a 15 amp to a 20 amp outlet very easily and for a small amount of money.
BUT BEFORE YOU DO, you must make sure you have a minimum of 12 gauge wire used for the circuit! You must also make sure it is a dedicated circuit (no other outlets or lights or anything else on the circuit)? If you do this you will probably be ok for low to mid range amperage
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As mentioned in a previous answer you can upgrade from a 15 amp to a 20 amp outlet very easily and for a small amount of money.
BUT BEFORE YOU DO, you must make sure you have a minimum of 12 gauge wire used for the circuit! You must also make sure it is a dedicated circuit (no other outlets or lights or anything else on the circuit)? If you do this you will probably be ok for low to mid range amperage adjustments on the welder if you also keep the length of time that you weld non stop to to 10-15 minutes per hour! During the 45 minute cool down period you can drink a Pepsi and chip and wire brush your welding job you just did and try to figure out what you need to do different next time to improve! You should also check the face of the 20 amp breaker on the circuit to see if it is too hot? You can also feel any exposed wire ( in shed and garage wiring part or all of the wire may be exposed) for being hot? If it is hot Stop Welding and call and electrician have a minimum size wire of 10 gauge and if you think you might ever want a larger welder have him install a 50 amp 230 volt circuit! Sure it cost more but it will be cheaper than having him (or her) come back to do it another time!
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it should be on a 10-2 romex wire and a single pole 30 amp breaker 14-2 good for 15 amps 12-2 good for for 20 amps nec electric code book says never run breaker or wire at max tolorance wire and breaker can heat up and burn
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Though I am not a licensed electrician, the recommendation for a 20 AMP circuit is based on the maximum draw the Lincoln 140 welder is capable of producing. This must be included in Lincoln's literature. A welder does require a great deal of amperage and without the proper load capacity, you might kick the breaker. If you are wired with a 14 gauge wire, which is normal for a 15 amp circuit, replacing the Read More
Though I am not a licensed electrician, the recommendation for a 20 AMP circuit is based on the maximum draw the Lincoln 140 welder is capable of producing. This must be included in Lincoln's literature. A welder does require a great deal of amperage and without the proper load capacity, you might kick the breaker. If you are wired with a 14 gauge wire, which is normal for a 15 amp circuit, replacing the breaker will only cause the wire to become the fuse, which you do not want. That's all like a disclaimer. If you are welding small, thin, lightweight items, using only the A or B heat settings, you will not draw all 20 AMPS. If you are using the higher heat settings on the welder, you will need the 20 AMP circuit to protect your equipment, your outlet and to produce the weld you expect. Read Less
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The required input current at the rated output for the majority of our retail welders is 20A. The K2514-1 has a rated output of 90A/19.5/20%. 20A is required in order for the welder to work properly.
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Although a 20 amp outlet upgrade is highly reccomended ( 20 amp outlets are like 5 bucks and will replace the cheaper 15 amp outlet, your house wiring should easily accept this upgrade)(to be sure check your fuse box and locate the fuse/breaker for that circuit and as long as it is 20 amps or more, you are fine ) the unit will run fine as long as you dont try to weld heavier gauge metals with the 15 amp Read More
Although a 20 amp outlet upgrade is highly reccomended ( 20 amp outlets are like 5 bucks and will replace the cheaper 15 amp outlet, your house wiring should easily accept this upgrade)(to be sure check your fuse box and locate the fuse/breaker for that circuit and as long as it is 20 amps or more, you are fine ) the unit will run fine as long as you dont try to weld heavier gauge metals with the 15 amp outlet. Read Less
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Weld Pak 140 HD Wire-Feed Welder is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 83.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's ok It's ok for the average person. shuts down too quickly. duty cycle isn't up to par comparing to my Miller. it does its job though. I can weld for hours with my Miller but the Lincoln 140 does certain jobs for me quickly when I mig weld. way faster than tig. if only the amps were a little more versatile instead, I could adjust the amperage to my liking when welding specifically all types of steel. I could of spent a little more for a better lincoln but it'll do fow now until I weld up ton1/2 in plates.
Date published: 2016-07-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not bad. customer service isnt that great Welder works pretty good. I got it all set up and welded a little bit on some exhaust. not bad. but then after a while I noticed the regulator on the welder was leaking gas (very expensive gas). so have to turn he bottle off in between welds so I don't waste anything. Lincoln wont send me another regulator, they say I have to box it all back up and return it to home depot, or take it to one of their service centers for them to test it then have them order one. I don't have time for any of that, tired of buying things from home depot only to find they are boxed wrong, used and returned, or no good right out of the box. So at this point I really wish I would of spent a few more on a miller.
Date published: 2016-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Real good buy. This welder was just the right fit for my purposes. Plugs into any 120 volt receptacle. Also because it can be used with flux-wire - I can weld outside without loose sparks or slag.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great welder for automotive work. I waited to submit my review for a while and now I've owned this welder for about 5 months. I'm very impressed with it's quality. I've used it to make a custom exhaust as well as replace a floor pan in a Jeep. So far I've not tested the flux core, I called around town and found a local welding shop and bought a tank for MIG welding steel. This welder has not given me a single bit of trouble and was easy to set up and the settings chart in the inner door has so far been perfectly accurate for the thicknesses I've tried out. I would highly recommend this for anyone doing automotive work or any other light gauge metal projects!
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for what it is I bought this welder a few months ago and I have run through several spools of wire so I feel like I can give an accurate review now. This welder plugs right into the 115v wall socket, I generally use it with a 50ft 12 gauge extension cord. I have only used this particular welder with flux core wire. I have welded 18 guage, up to 1/4" carbon steel, with single passes. So the pros the biggest one in my opinion is portability, it can plug in anywhere there is 115v which is almost everywhere, it can use standard extension cords. That right there is the main reason I bought it, my only 220v plug is my dryer and 220v extension cords are very expensive. Speaking of pros it is well made, easy to adjust, if you buy a gas bottle, you can switch over to mig. You can buy separately a spool gun for aluminum. The Cons, it is 115v, for normal short welding projects, there is plenty of time for the machine to satisfy its duty cycle. However if you find yourself running long beads or a lot of beads quickly, it will kick off on the duty cycle and you will have to wait 10 minutes to weld again. I have used big miller machines running off 450v and the main advantage over this welder is DUTY CYCLE. I think a lot of the negative reviews center around people not understanding how DUTY CYCLE would affect their projects. This welder will do the majority of projects, anything thicker than 1/4" ends up being multi pass. But if you need to just sit and run beads constantly on a regular basis, probably should buy a 220v welder, because of the better DUTY CYCLE.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice welder ! The Lincoln 140 Mig Welder seems to be a very nice welder. I haven't used it very much, only because I have only had it for a short time. But I did weld a pair of cylinder head holders and it worked very good. Time will tell, but I don't think I will have any problems with it. It seems to be made very well.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice little wire welder This little wire fed welder is very good for my every day small projects. I am welding pipe cents on my 5 acres and it can handle all of that. Very easy to use and very easy to set up.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product for the money Very easy to assembly and started welding in 30min.Love the portability.Don't try running with extension cord.
Date published: 2016-07-19
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