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We’re really starting to see an upturn in the number of press releases piling up in our mailbox…  It must be the holiday season!  While you’re digging out the Christmas lights — why wait ’till Thanksgiving? — Lincoln’s been cooking up a new inexpensive MIG welder to keep you busy through spring: the Power MIG 140C.

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The 140C’s designed to run on common 120V household current and can operate either as a true MIG unit with gas or as a flux-core rig, so it’s a good match for your garage shop.  But it also offers some high-end features such as a cast aluminum drive and continuous voltage control.  And in case you’d like to try your hand welding some aluminum, Lincoln’s offering an optional Magnum 100SG spool gun made specifically for the Power MIG line.

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We’re seeing some gas-ready packages starting at around $600 online.  Ho, ho, ho.

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2 Responses to Preview: Lincoln’s Power MIG 140C

  1. PeterP says:

    Very nice. A bit on the pricey side for a Christmas present, but I can dream…

  2. john metler says:

    just bought a lincoln 140c mig welder. i have 13 welding machines all miller and lincoln including the 350mp lincoln. this lincoln 140c is the best of the best 120 volt welders. lincoln really did their homework. it welds like a 200 amp machine. super smoothe. i had a brand new 135 miller . used it a few times and found it to be a cheaply made piece of junk. sold it. since itw took over miller their products have gone down hill.

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