Portability: The Ready Welder, in it’s case, is light enough to be hand carried.
Powerful: This MIG Welder can be powered by batteries, or by AC current when connected to a welding machine as a Spool Gun.
Amperage Range: The Ready Welder welds very thin metals using a 12 and a 6 volt battery, (18 volts) or very thick metals with 36 volts DC, (three 12 volt batteries) yielding from 45amps, up to 350 amps of power.
Versatile: Welds steel, stainless steel, aluminum, or any weld-able metal or alloy; in addition: Use it as a Spool Gun or as a stand alone welder. Ready Welder II welds with, or without a gas tank, as with flux core electrode wire.
Economy: User friendly, quick setup time, economical to use, low purchase cost, are among the factors making it a “must have” for every tool box.
Uniqueness: The Copyrighted design and Patented Circuitry make it a unique product which fills a previously unmet need, worldwide.
Safety Factor: After a history of nearly 10 years of operation, the Ready Welder Corporation has had no report or claim of any injury from use of the Ready Welder.
|RW Model Number||Connects to Batteries||Connects to CV MIG Machines||Connects to CC ARC/Stick Machines||Has Extended 20′ Leads||Integrated Ground Clamp||Features “Cold Start” Safety|
Note: * – 10250 Models Require Additional Cables and a Ground Clamp In Order to Connect To Battery Power.