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MIG/Flux Core Welder 120 Amp Output Wire Feed with Accessories

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The Campbell Hausfeld 120 Amp output, wire feed, MIG/flux core welder (DW313000) is great for welding projects around the house and shop. Select from 4 heat settings to match metal thicknesses up to 3/16 in. Thermal overload protection activates automatically to avoid overheating. Infinite wire speed control allows exact adjustments for a smooth, even weld bead. The gun is equipped with Trigger-Activated Arc for easy starting. Includes a starter spool of Flux-Cored wire, 2 extra contact tips and MIG regulator. Finish your projects faster and easier with the Campbell Hausfeld Welder Series.
  • Welder is ideal for tackling welding projects around the house and shop, without having to use gas
  • Select from 4 heat settings to match metal thicknesses up to 3/16 in. during welding
  • Thermal overload protection activates automatically to prevent the welder from overheating
  • Infinite wire speed control allows exact adjustments for a smooth, even weld bead
  • Welder gun is equipped with trigger-activated arc for easy starting and operation
  • Unit includes a starter spool of flux-cored wire, 2 extra contact tip, duty cycle: 20% at 80 Amp
  • Finish your projects faster and easier with the Campbell Hausfeld Welder series
  • California residents

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Price
Ratings
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Input Power (Volts)120120120240110
Welder TypeMIGMIGMIG,Multi-Process,TIG,Wire-FeedMIG,Wire-Feed
Process Application TypeFlux Cored (FCAW) DC Stick (SMAW),MIG (GMAW)
Maximum amperage output (amps)140120180140
Material Application Thickness (in.)21.070.1875.31250.1875
Duty Cycle (%)60204020
Engine PowerElectric (AC)Electric (AC)Electric (AC)Electric (AC)
Minimum amperage output (amps)25303025
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
26 in
Product Height (in.)
16.5 in
Product Width (in.)
15.5 in

Details

Duty Cycle (%)
20
Engine Power
Electric (AC)
Included
Tips
Input Power (Volts)
120
Material Application Thickness (in.)
0.1875
Maximum amperage output (amps)
120
Minimum amperage output (amps)
30
Rated Output (Volts)
18
Returnable
90-Day
Welder Type
MIG

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

15Questions17Answers

will this welder be able to weld aluminum?

Asked by profab72 April 19, 2021
1
Answer

Yes, this welder should be able to weld aluminum. You will need to make sure you adjust the wire speed accordingly. Typically when welding aluminum, the run speed is in the 7-10 range.

I am new to welding, Can anyone tell me if this will weld rebar together for metal yard art? just...

Asked by hesquib April 9, 2021
2
Answers

Yes, this should work fine for spot welding rebar.

what size circuit breaker needed

Asked by lsrry December 21, 2020
2
Answers

A 20 AMP circuit is sufficient.

Can it handle 2lb roll of wire

Asked by Michael June 2, 2020
2
Answers

Yes, the DW31300 will work with a 2lb roll of wire.

Is this plug and play?

Asked by Zweeds May 11, 2020
2
Answers

Yes it is.

I need a replacement lead with trigger

Asked by Chris May 8, 2020
1
Answer

The lead with trigger is generic and can be purchased at any local welding shop.

where is it made?

Asked by jim April 7, 2020
2
Answers

The DW313000 welder is made in China.

how many pounds does it weigh?

Asked by IRM February 5, 2020
1
Answer

It weighs 47.4 pounds.

What year was model no WL651600AJ MANF

Asked by Curly September 24, 2019
1
Answer

There should be an identification plate on the welder that gives you that information. If not, contact Campbell/Hausfeld customer service. I'm sure they can help you.

how long are the torch and ground leads? thanks

Asked by David July 29, 2019
3
Answers

I haven't actually measured mine but I would say they are about 6 feet long.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 23 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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This seems like a nice machine for making my first foray into welding. I’ve been looking at and ...
This seems like a nice machine for making my first foray into welding. I’ve been looking at and considering trying my hand at welding for a few years now and I’m really looking forward to it. I like the manageable size of this machine and he convenience of flux cored welders. My plans for this include some small repairs around the shop and home as well as a few projects building some things I’ve been looking at for a while. I do a large computer driven light show each Christmas and I’m looking a getting into building my own wire frames. I think this is going to be just the tool to do that job. I like the fact that on the 3 lowest settings it can run off a 20 amp circuit. It seems simple enough to operate but I’m sure it will take some time for me to get a real feel for the art of getting a good looking clean weld and not something rough looking. My first pass was pretty rough but I expected that. I picked up an auto darkening mask that seems to offer the protection I need. I also grabbed the basics of some leathers and gloves and with those few small additions was good to dive in and I had no issues while using it with these things. It comes with a small assortment of tips and a starter spool of .030 wire to give you a start. I may eventually try using it with gas and solid wire and that is one reason I went with this model instead of one that only does the flux core wire since you retain that option here. But for starting out the convenience of not having to round up and move around gas bottles makes getting started easier for me. I’m kind out in the middle of nowhere and it is not a quick trip to run out for supplies so this works well for me that all I need for supplies for the most part are wire and contact tips. I did have an issue with the first one I received in that the wire feed did not work. The manual and some online information said there might be a fuse on the control board but there was not on this model after having a look under the cover. I could hear relays picking up but the motor spindle never moved even under no load. I figure either the motor or the control board had an issue. A visual inspection revealed nothing obvious. I did not drop a meter on the motor leads since it was a moot point being that I had no parts to replace anything. But after a quick email to CH to describe the troubleshooting I’d done they sent a replacement out right away and that one was fine. So kudos for great customer service. The process of getting support was about as painless as it gets. Since the process of resolving the issue was so painless I did not deduct a star for that. Anyone can have a case of a bad unit getting out. It's how they handle it when it does happen that makes a difference. I'd have few qualms about buying things online if all issues could be resolved as quickly and easily,
by decman
If you need a MIG welder for mid to lighter metal jobs, this is a good choice. Being 120V you can...
If you need a MIG welder for mid to lighter metal jobs, this is a good choice. Being 120V you can use it anywhere. It was easy to setup, load the wire, feeder and the spool of flux core wire got me started. Extra tips are nice, if you weld much you will need them. The copper ground clamp could be a bit better quality, but works well. It will weld lighter metal as well as 3/16” metal. I had a couple of tractor battery boxes rusted out and replaced some metal on them using this welder. I welded up some holes left by rusted metal as well as the seams. I would recommend this welder for the home shop like mine where you need it for many different jobs.
by Rosebidtony
I'm new to welding so forgive me if I misstate anything in this post, but this MIG/FLUX core weld...
I'm new to welding so forgive me if I misstate anything in this post, but this MIG/FLUX core welder appears to come with everything I need to get started with welding. When welding, for cleaner better welds, you either need to use shielding gas, or Flux Cored wire. For shear simplicity of matching the gas to my welding, I figured I'd just use the Flux Cored wire recommended for the metal and thicknesses I plan to weld. But if I ever desire to use gas shielding, this welder supports it. I'll just need to get the gas and regulator from a local welding supply shop. The great thing about this particular welder is that it's only a 20 Amp welder, so I can get 100% utilization out of this welder with my standard 20 Amp circuits (no need to find or add a 30 Amp run for this appliance). Additionally, it's a Campbell Hausfeld, so I know it's going to last a long time. If there was ever any doubt, it comes with a 5 year warranty. Finally, the price was nearly half of what some of the other welders cost. This may be due to the limited heat settings, but for the limited situations that I'm planning to use it for, that should be plenty of adjustment for me. It also comes with a hex wrench, 2 hose clamps, and 3 different sized contact tips. The instruction manual for this welder also goes into great detail on how to make proper welds, how to adjust the wire feed for your application, the different angles (weld, travel, work), as well as Pull and Push welding techniques. There are helpful images to show you what a good weld looks like, and what bad welds look like and what causes them. Finally there is a full page Notes section and full page Trouble Shooting Guide after all the welding instructions. All in all this was the perfect welder for my needs, it's a good name brand, and the price was right.
by ERIC
2 people found this helpful
The warranty
Research showed that the warranty for this welder is only 90 days, except for the transformer and circuits. If the gun or moving parts break they are not covered after a very short time, 90 days. Nope.
by bowhunter
The MIG Welder worked very well for the applications I...
The MIG Welder worked very well for the applications I used it for. Easy to setup and easy to put together.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Good starter mig welder for our grandson who just graduated.
Good starter mig welder for our grandson who just graduated.
by Al
it meets my 120 volt plug in expectations for an...
it meets my 120 volt plug in expectations for an 120 amp mig welder. nice to have.
by Luddite
It sucks you're welcome...
It sucks you're welcome
by Wyatt
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Nice and easy to use, first time welder!...
Nice and easy to use, first time welder!
by Awesome
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