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hello :) recently bought a 300 amp stick welder on a trailer. packs 300 amps and is a beast just needs a wee paint.

welds all good. but the problem is.. it has no sockets to plug in grinders ect ect. is there anyway ( im only a simple chap. ) i can rig up some sockets on to this generator.

the welding wires are bolted to the gene.. i wondered if you could tap of this? but you would only get 110v and preferable 240...

so if there is anyone who can shed light on this for me id be chuffed! i cant find this machine anywere online but its a ex raf machine.

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post some pix of the unit!
also snap a couple of pix of the tags.
we need make and model number of the unit.
 

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There really isn't much to go on... This is some pics from my fone. There wasn't any distinct markings just the fact it was a murex... I'll try get some better photos later!!! If you recognise this machine that would be amazing
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What do you want to do with this amp? It's just too powerful and big, in my opinion. But I can tell you I could use it, haha. I just wanted to go to a welder's course, and I found this site. And this amplifier still works as it should, or there are some problems with it. I just have never seen anything like this. As a young specialist, I would be very interested to know whether such a thing still works or not. By the way, where did you get it, at some factory or did you buy it from a person? Incredibly powerful thing, I want to have the same one. Good luck with your business, friend :)
 
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