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Originally Posted by jsc7002 View Post
I bought some cheap Tweco
I used a Tweco tip in a pinch a while back and there was a huge difference in weld quality. I didn't have my pliers with me so I couldn't clean the miller tip out so I grabbed that off the cart, had it as a spare, and didn't change any setting, just the tip. Big difference.

I finally went back to the miller tip once cleaned up and it went right back to good welds.

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