This is the budget welder I recommend been using it myself for over 2 years has been 100% problem free can be run off 220 or 110 maxes out at 1/4" has the adapter to run either big or small spools of wire, regulator for adding a shielding gas tank is also included. Is it one of the big 3? No. Would I trust it for frame or bracket welding? If I was more experienced and knew more of what to look for maybe
but short answer for a learner ... No.
(I wouldn't trust any 110 machine for that stuff but that's just my opinion) but the reviews were good across the board and their no questions asked 30 day return/3 year warranty coupled with the affordable price sold me. (link is their ebay store for some reason it is $20 cheaper and free shipping on their ebay store vs their actual website)
My first welder purchase was that HF machine utter garbage wish I had listened and never done it yes there are people that mod them to make them passable for some things but I wanted a welder I could just unbox and count on to do it's job this eastwood machine is close enough in cost I wouldn't waste time looking at the HF stuff (again, just my inexperienced self taught opinion)