no.. if you're going to just weld sheet metal ( or anything thinner
than 1/4") you can use a 110V wirefeed welder such as a Lincoln
Weldpack 100. I have one and love it. I use .035 flux cored wire in
mine as I use it outside to weld 10ga-16 ga metal framing. if you're
going to use it inside only, get the MIG conversion kit and run .020
wire and it'll weld down to 28 gauge.
now to actually answer your question, the ideal system would be a TIG
welder, but they start at $1600 and go waaaaay up and yes you'd hafve
to run 220V
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