"State-of-the art technology makes Goweld the new welding solution for professional welders, do-it-yourselfers, contractors, car and truck enthusiasts, maintenance and repair specialists, HVAC and heavy equipment technicians, utility workers, and for small and large welding jobs on the farm, at the ranch, off road or at home. Goweld is the first battery-powered portable welder to feature an on-board computer and propriety software giving welders a new level of sophistication and ease in portable welding. With just two-twelve volt batteries Goweld users can Go Anywhere, Weld Anywhere It is the most versatile portable welder available today. Ideal for welding steel or aluminum. U.S.A. Amps 200, Shielding Gas Required Optional, Weldable Metals Steel or aluminum, Regulator and Gas Hose Included 20 ft. gas line, Welding Wire Diameter in. 023-.045, Mig Ready Yes, Power Cord ft. Battery clamp wire harness, Wire Feed Speed Control 0-1,100 in./min., Dimensions L x W x H in. 21 1/2 x 15 3/4 x 15 3/4, Clamp Cable Length ft. 20, Weld Thickness in. 1/2, Duty Cycle 50, Volts 12/24/36. Operates on two 12V, one 24V or one 36V battery Microprocessor control with optical encoder Die-cast aluminum chassis Two 2-lb. spools of solid MIG/MAG and flux-core self-shielding wire from 023 to 045 dia. 20ft. gas line Gas valve assembly Nozzle 2 packs of contact tips Instruction manual Model 600155"
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I have been using this welder for a year and have been thoroughly impressed with its capabilities. I bought it primarily for aluminum welding on boats and marine equipment where locations made TIG welding impractical. It performed flawlessly in this capacity, and I soon found it equally handy for other remote site applications on trailers and heavy equipment. I was so pleased with its performance that I bought another one for my son. The only problem I had was when I was using a flux core wire welding on a dock structure, and it slipped off the spool causing the motor to overheat and fail. Probably my own fault for not ensuring the roll was neatly wound, when I loaded it while hanging upside down in a safety harness. I sent it to Goweld for repair, and they replaced the motor and controller at no charge under the one year warranty. The customer service people were truly professional and the whole experience was refreshingly efficient. I teach welding at a small college, and I regularly use my Goweld to demonstrate welding techniques and capabilities at job fairs and public presentations, where access to power limits other options. Bottom line ... it does everything it claims to do and the company stands behind its product. One can't expect much more than that.