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Latest revision as of 11:56, 18 January 2015


Lincoln Weld-Pak 100 MIG Welder

This unit is a small, basic MIG welder. However, since it is not fitted out with a gas shield, it can only be used as flux-core, not true MIG.

Basic Info

  • Ownership: Roger S
  • Location: on the welding bench, in the welding area
  • What it looks like:


Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: Lincoln Weld-Pak 100 MIG Welder
  • Part Number:




  • Always make sure that the weld curtains are in place to protect other members in the area.
  • Use proper personal safety equipment


Please see the documentation at the link above.

Authorized Users and Trainers

No equipment access set up. See User:pajamapuma or Equipment Access Project for help.

Other References

  • Welder consumables are on this list: Welding Shop Consumables
  • The main consumable is the welding wire, aka electrode. This machine only supports self shielding electrode, which currently is only made for mild and low alloy steels. The package should specify that it is self shielding with no need for a shielding gas.


Does this thing need it's oil changed every 30 cycles? People need to know!

Things that Need to be Done

  1. Check into the gas adapter - This would allow use of regular MIG wire, expanding the ability of the machine to use on other metals.


A list of commonly asked questions