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180 Amp Weld-Pak 180 HD MIG Wire Feed Welder with Magnum 100L Gun, Gas Regulator, MIG and Flux-Cored Wire, 230V

  • 230-Volt input, wide 30-180 Amp welding output range
  • Welds up to 1/2 in. mild steel using flux-cored wire without gas
  • MIG weld up to 3/16 in. in a single pass with gas
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Product Overview

Get it done with the Weld-Pak 180HD for farm, light fabrication, auto or home projects. If you have access to industrial 208/230-Volt input power, you can weld on thicker material - up to 3/16 in. with MIG welding and 1/2 in. with gas-less flux-cored welding. Simple 2 knob tapped control makes it easy to tackle thin steel, stainless or aluminum sheet metal with MIG or thicker steel with flux-cored welding. Compare the precise drive, rugged construction and full list of standard accessories. Lincoln Weld-Pak is an excellent choice.
  • Wide 30-180 Amp welding output range - use 0.025 in. wire on the thinnest sheet metal up to 0.045 in. flux-cored wire on thick plate
  • MIG weld 24-Gauge up to 3/16 in. sheet metal in a single pass; weld up to 1/2 in. steel using self-shielded Lincoln inner shield wire (FCAW-S)
  • Spool gun ready add the optional magnum 100SG spool gun for reliable operation at the high wire feed speeds aluminum welding demands; no expensive outboard modules required
  • 3-year Lincoln warranty/90 days on gun and cable assembly



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
20
Product Height (in.)
16
Product Width (in.)
15

Details

Duty Cycle (%)
30
Engine Power
Electric (DC)
Included
Kit
Input Power (Volts)
230
Material Application Thickness (in.)
.5
Maximum amperage output (amps)
180
Maximum Wire Speed IPM
500
Minimum amperage output (amps)
30
Rated Output (Volts)
20
Returnable
30-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Welder Type
MIG,Wire-Feed

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Parts and Labor

Questions & Answers

114Questions12Answers

Does Lincoln Electric 180 Amp can run with a Generator 10 000 Peak 8000 running watt it has 240V ...

Asked by beginner March 2, 2021
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What gauge extension cord would I need to run on a generator.

Asked by Danny February 9, 2021
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#10 minimum, #8 better, depends on amp setting using machine on.

I have a 220 set up in my garage but it’s only 30 amp with that power of us sufficiently?

Asked by Mk December 6, 2020
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Answer

Yes. 30 amp is what I am running in my shop. Small guage wire from unit, but a large 50 amp plug.

Can you tig weld with this welder ?

Asked by sananton49 November 9, 2020
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Answer

Yes it come with bottle lines .and fittings.

What weight spool of wire does it take or the max it can hold?

Asked by Zack October 8, 2020
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11pounds maximum. 2 pounds minimum.

Can two 2200 hondas in parallel power this?

Asked by AKny September 17, 2020
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Can I use this welder on 110v?

Asked by Rockabilly77 September 3, 2020
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No

Does this welder have the toggle switch and potentiometer to use with aluminum welding Lincoln welder 180 HD

Asked by Thomas August 28, 2020
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When you switch over to aluminum welding, you will be Using a spool gun. And yes, the spool gun will fit right Into this welder.

Does it come with a Sticker

Asked by Tbone August 22, 2020
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Answer

Sticker? Maybe you mean a stinger, which is an arc welding electrode holder. And no it doesn't come with a stinger.

can I use in europe that we have 230volt 50 HZ instead of 60 Hz thanks

Asked by andrea July 6, 2020
1
Answer

I run mine on 220 and everything is fine.

180 Amp Weld-Pak 180 HD MIG Wire Feed Welder with Magnum 100L Gun, Gas Regulator, MIG and Flux-Cored Wire, 230V - page 2

Customer Reviews

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I’m a first time welder, Lincoln make it so easy and friendly in all the settings , I’m happy wit...
I’m a first time welder, Lincoln make it so easy and friendly in all the settings , I’m happy with my purchase, and I will recommend this awesome Machine.
by Lucas
Simple toget ready. Overall seems to be a good machine.
Simple toget ready. Overall seems to be a good machine.
by roy
Lincoln is of the most recognizable names in welding and this welder does the brand proud, easy t...
Lincoln is of the most recognizable names in welding and this welder does the brand proud, easy to use dials make getting started easy great compact design.
by Berice
It has straightforward instructions for setup, adjustment, and use; converting it to shielding ga...
It has straightforward instructions for setup, adjustment, and use; converting it to shielding gas use was so easy, I was building my welder cart with it within an hour of pulling it from its box.
by Jackwagon
1 person found this helpful
I purchased this welder to increase my options in my home shop. I previously purchased a Lincoln ...
I purchased this welder to increase my options in my home shop. I previously purchased a Lincoln 125 for light welding on the family ranch and enjoyed its flexibility. The 180 allows me to weld heavier materials, but tune it to thinner materials easily. I still use my Lincoln AC tombstone stick welder for heavy stuff, but the 180 does not lack much in the penetration game. I am going to set it up for aluminum welding so I can utilize this in repairs. As of now I am only running .035 Inner shield flux core wire, it works great, but I want the versatility of gas shielded wire also. I have used the 180 to build a go cart for my friends grand kids, a 4x6 1/4" top work table (see pic) and a roller table for my chop saw.
by GilaRiverNative
3 people found this helpful
I used to have the Lincoln Electric Mig140 and just going from 120V to 240v made a difference. Mo...
I used to have the Lincoln Electric Mig140 and just going from 120V to 240v made a difference. More power and welds really nice.
by slanwar
4 people found this helpful
It a good welder am welding half in plate
It a good welder am welding half in plate
by Kojax
4 people found this helpful
had it for 9 mo , so far so good, i use this 1-2 days a week not extreme circumstances https://w...
had it for 9 mo , so far so good, i use this 1-2 days a week not extreme circumstances https://www.instagram.com/rubenfab/
by rubenfab
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I AM VERY SURPRIZED. At first, I was not sure about it being strong enough to burn thick material...
I AM VERY SURPRIZED. At first, I was not sure about it being strong enough to burn thick material. I am A welder of 13 years and use stick and flux at home for everything. I have a Hobart Handler 120. And it is just not hot enough. Needed to speed up production time. I bought this Lincoln 180 HD 3 days ago and finished my job fast. One problem they don't tell you....is that you can not plug it straight in to the dryer hook up. The welder can run up to 50 amps. Dryer hook up is 30 amps. A Stove range is 50 amp. I didn't want to change the dryer plug in the garage, because I run my stick welder off of it. So you can make a pig tail with the 6-50R female end wired with 240 volt 50 amp cord 1ft long to a 30/50A-125/250V. witch will plug in to dryer and you can start welding the once you hook it up. I am no electrician....lol and I put it together. I love this welder......I can run hard wire Hot and fast. I welded up to 1/2 thick with hard wire. solid hot, no under cut , nice fill. Need I tell you I weld with 3/32, 5/64, 1/16 outer shield wire on a daily bases at work. Needed a better welder for home. This litter welder can get r done. The roller is smooth and quiet, runs very good hot flat welds. Sounds like bacon cooking lol. I am only running the Lincoln on 220 v 30 amp dryer plug and it works great, even on the highest setting. Very happy customer,....to bad it didn't come with the Aluminum spool gun..... that's only $200.00 extra and does not come with 045. roller. has to be ordered. I do highly recommend this welder, good price....
by Joe
21 people found this helpful
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I am a new welder but have a zillion projects I need a welder for. I have a great welding shop in my town but, they cost a bundle for small jobs and takes a week or more to get it done. I'll get it done way faster and before I get done with half my projects, I will have paid for this machine. I needed to add some 1/4" rod to the edge of a security door frame to get the jamb mounted. At the low (2) setting, I was easily able to get nice white penetration without distorting the jamb. That job would have run me $75 to $100 downtown. Cha-CHING! As for the 220 wiring, its a standard welder plug. They sell em at HD. 220v wiring is easier than 110v wiring: Two hots and a ground. Can't screw it up. If you have 220 and the wrong plug, spend the $10 for the correct plug, shut your power off (verify), and wire the new plug in. The directions are on the new plug box! If you are worried about your insurance voiding a claim due to DIY wiring work, just know if you do it wrong you will pop the breaker. If you do it correctly (99% chance if you can read), you'll be in business. I wired my shop with 220v just for my welder and compressor and it was stupid simple. My Home Depot has an experienced electrician to answer questions and she pointed me in the right direction and it worked from the second I turned it on. Sweet. The 180 is fairly heavy but a cart makes it easy to move to the welding location and to store parts and pieces.
by CCRay
12 people found this helpful
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