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Craftsman MIG 135m Gas/Gasless Wire Feed Welder

Item# 00951265000P | Model# CM-MIG135M | Added on May 22, 2016 |
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Craftsman MIG 135m Gas/Gasless Wire Feed Welder
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Weld Any Spot Take the Craftsman MIG 135M Gas/Gasless Wire Feed Welder to your next project. This gasless welder has 4 voltage settings, infinite wire speed control, overload and thermal protection for smoother operation. Ready to take on a variety of tasks, this welder is ideal for use with 18 gauge to 3/16" mild steel or stainless steel for light industrial applications.

  • Runs 30-130 amp DC output
  • 20% duty cycle at 80 amps
  • Fan cooled with thermal overload protection to keep heat from damaging the machine
  • Capable of gas shielded MIG welding and gasless flux core welding
  • Includes MIG torch inert gas regulator, inert gas hose, ground cable with clamp, flux core nozzle, MIG nozzle and 3 contact tips
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By lan71
December 26th, 2016
Craftsman wire feed welder is a great investment!

My husband is very happy with how well this welder works. It runs quietly and smoothly. Much more quiet than the Lincoln welder that we replaced.

8 found this review helpful
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By Sears_Purchaser
March 26th, 2017
TERRIBLE!

Either this thing is defective, or it's sorely underpowered! I couldn't even get a continuous arc trying to weld extremely thin steel, and I had the highest setting for current and voltage! I may return it. I had a Lincoln that looked just like it, but it had continuously variable voltage and current, not switches. I used it to weld a hitch onto a 15,000 Lb trailer and towed it all over the West coast. I wouldn't be able to do so with this garbage!

1 found this review helpful
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Pro_elder
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Rally Really Bad NOT even half a point

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After 3 weeks the regulator goes BAD, called online support?? to replace regulator they said there are no parts available for this item (REALLY), AND because I thru away the box I need to go and spent my money and time getting a new box (REALLY) and here I thought CRAFTSMEN meant quality

January 12th via sears.com
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The_Architect_23
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Not your typical 110v Mig wleder

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I picked this up because I had some points and my harbor boat 90 amp mig was dying a pathetic death. I was excited to see it had the option for gas, and higher output than the typical entry level welders. I looked around for a bottle of argon / CO2 mix locally and set out for my 1st project. I decided to make a add on bottle cart for my rolling craftsman tool box I repurposed as a welding cart. Laid out my tubing and cut some diamond plate, and hoked up all the connections to the tank with Teflon tape. Loaded up an 11 pound roll of copper coated steel wire and switched the polarity to gas as per the instructions. The first thing I noticed I did not like is the cheap ground cable. It had a noticeable crush in the middle and the generic underrated clamp. Not interested in taking the unit apart at this point and beefing it up with a good clamp, I set out to start my project. I wasn't expecting much, I'll be honest. I turned on the gas, set the PSI on the regulator, and let her rip! The first thing I noticed with the welder is the clean and consistent arc. I got superb penetration with no burn through on thin parts. You can hear the difference in the el cheapo mig welders versus this unit. This unit sounds for lack of better words clean and solid. I finished my weld, and looked down to see the quality was very good. The gas obviously helps tremendously! Whoever said this unit is under powered didnt read the instructions. I finished the whole project in a day, welding 1/8 to 1/2 steel. Never hit thermal overload, didn't even use high power #2 switch or have any issues even with the cheap ground clamp. I impressed indeed. Set up your work properly, read the instructions, and use gas! you wont be disappointed. Flux core will likely never see me again.

October 3rd via sears.com
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Sears_Purchaser
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TERRIBLE!

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Either this thing is defective, or it's sorely underpowered! I couldn't even get a continuous arc trying to weld extremely thin steel, and I had the highest setting for current and voltage! I may return it. I had a Lincoln that looked just like it, but it had continuously variable voltage and current, not switches. I used it to weld a hitch onto a 15,000 Lb trailer and towed it all over the West coast. I wouldn't be able to do so with this garbage!

March 26th
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Sears_Purchaser
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starting restoration on my Plymouth

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Great piece of equipment for a small shop, excellent price

March 6th
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Sears_Purchaser
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Not an expert

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Purchased this unit for myself for X-Mas. I am just learning how to weld. So far so good, but not a real expert on knowing the ins and outs of different brands. It is just another tool to have, so I don't have to hire someone to do light welding repairs for me.

February 28th
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