What i use for 0.8mm steel is around 1-2 on the dial, number 1 high volts, wire speed around 3. It does depend how fast you weld etc.
I think its well worth the extra, mostly for the quality long lasting wire feeder and quality of the whole machine, British made which is a rare thing these days.
Only down side is the waiting time for the machine to be made via a bespoke British company.
Always best to practice with a new welder. always best to remove all rust, even pitted areas, that way you wont burn through to easily. Corners need a little more wire speed with the tip using the corner as a guide as you go along the corner. Welding underneath needs a little more wire speed that what you would use welding from above, as does vertical welding too.
Pick a Bogey, buy a Pug.
Black 306 GTI 6 Standard, was 60k mileage, bargain!!
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