Yeah, they're a very good deal, very handy to have around.
3 calculator slides for $4 total, s/h included. Sucha deal!
Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight
very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands.
It hopes we've learned something from yesterday.
-- John Wayne
But wait Theres More!
The calculators are free on the net:
They are also available free as an iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad app:
It's there and it's free:
They beat me to it - and it's only 386Kb, downloads in a flash. And
Hey! I have enough machine to get some 98% Argon/2% O2 and play with
But at first glance it doesn't translate for you, they need to do a
re-write eventually... My Challenger doesn't have meters - Voltage is
in steps, and the wire speed dial is just "0-10".
(Yes, one of these days I'll end up with a Big Blue Air-Pak or some
such monster, but by the time you load up all the crap you have to
carry with it to do real work you need a dedicated Welding Truck or a
two-axle trailer with lots of bin space to mount it on. An Enclosed
two-axle trailer if you want to keep the stuff from growing legs.)
If I didn't just get a Klein Clamp-Amp that has a 400A DC Amps
setting, I'd be totally screwed - but now I can put the Ammeter on the
ground lead, pop the hood and clip the Fluke 23-III to the output
leads for Voltage, and see what's up.
I'll still have to guess a bit at the wire speed, unless someone has a
nifty little Inches Per Minute speedometer for cheap...
Ooooh! I just found a new definition for Beautiful Glorious Overkill:
(WARNING: get a bucket before clicking - you could drown in drool.)
The 20 KW 3-Ph at 240V (Deluxe) and 380V (Int'l Deluxe) *AND* 4 KW
120/240V 1-Ph generator output at the same time (and while welding) is
just icing on the cake.
--<< Bruce >>--
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