My Lincoln Electric 180C (and many other models) use letters and numbers for voltage and wire feed speed. This app gives volts and ipm settings. I don't know if there's an independent chart that I can use to match up the settings. This app only shows two wire sizes (.035 & .045). I think the chart that came with my welder is more convenient and probably more accurate.
It's good but not accurate (I use a Lincoln Powerwave C300 at work) so it'd be nice to have pulse and frequency settings but It's good for getting an aproximate setting but is way too high to run with. For example 12g aluminum will burn through at 580in/min 19v 3/64 wire. More like 300-325 @ 20v. Otherwise good app.
Gives you the wrong information and also does not offer certain tungsten diameters filler rod and so on. Same with flux core Mig and stick gives you the wrong information I thought this was a Lincoln perimeter apps? It was a total shock to be that Lincoln has totally dropped the ball on this app the Miller app is way better.
The app is now useless for me. I have a 180 Dual which only has numbers and letters for voltage and wire speed. Initial release had letters and numbers, now have voltage and ipm. I haven't been able to find conversion chart.
Pretty limited info. Need to open up a wider range of materials and fillers I.e... when selecting 1/2" material with smaw it only gives you a choice of 3/16" electrode. Glad to see they got something going though.
Good but could be better. This app dose not always give you options what if all I have is 1/8" tungsten and the app tells me to use 5/32" I get it that the way it should be done but not allowing me to pick wah I have won't help me. And no flow rate? that's pretty useful information. I'll keep the app because I know it will get better over time.
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