OK guys... I've been pushing the HH210 for quite awhile now over on the Miller sites. BUT it is now 2008 and crunch time is coming for me to get a new portable mig machine that has unuff b@ll$ to work in the shop as well.
I absolutley HATED my sp135 plus lincoln
Now when you go to Millers product site they have videos about the new inverter welding capability the Passport provides, making it able to produce welds on straight CO2 that puts most 75/25 mig welds to shame.
My question is does the HH210 have this ability also as it is also an inverter or does it simply lay down normal welds as Miller refers to on CO2?
The HH210 is about a grand cheaper. In my biz that is not as important as the ability to do what I need. Mainly that is to portably weld aluminum.
The Miller seems to have more power than a "normal" 180 amp mig. It is also ready for Millers newest most rinky-dink spoolgun as well... the spoolmate 100.
I hope that surely some of you guys here have both the Passport and the HH210.
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