Best make of mig welder

Hilly

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My friend has had an Oxford for a while now and it’s great , my murex died last week and I’m seriously considering an Oxford as replacement asi feel my murex is to old to bother repairing .
 

dudders

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Location
East Sussex
Chatting to a pro welder here and asked what he'd recommend and he said TecArc first choice, Oxford second. Then he saw my 40-year-old LyteArc stick welder and told me not to bother getting anything else. Just to throw out the 40-year-old rods!
 

pellow

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Location
Newquay
I believe Tec arc and Oxford are made in the same factory, and I was told that Oxford uses the better parts. I run an Oxford 330 single phase, it was under £1000 with 3 rolls of wire, a spare torch/lead, loads of consumables and an auto helmet. Fronius is probably the best, I think Oxford is the best value for money
 

rob h

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Location
east yorkshire
I believe Tec arc and Oxford are made in the same factory, and I was told that Oxford uses the better parts. I run an Oxford 330 single phase, it was under £1000 with 3 rolls of wire, a spare torch/lead, loads of consumables and an auto helmet. Fronius is probably the best, I think Oxford is the best value for money
Made in York. Very helpful we have used them for parts to repair our old aga mig.i sometimes use a oxford mig and it seems smoother than 0ur old aga.if it dies on us we will be buying a oxford
 

Rattie

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Cambs
Migatronic 350a 3ph and Murex 450a 1ph here, Migatronic is a brilliant machine to weld with, really smooth delivery and plenty powerful. The Murex needs a 32amp 'c' breaker and tin foil for a fuse, its just a thug really, but sticks big bits of metal back together pretty well.
 

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Ktwo announce 5-year partnership with North American importer.

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Written by John Swire

Ktwo are a leading British manufacturer of farming machinery and they have now secured a 5-year export partnership to continue to serve their growing audience across North America.

Ktwo saw an opportunity in the North American market for strong high-quality agriculture trailers after being approached by several companies across the US and Canada in early 2020. They needed a manufacturer with the capacity and experience to fulfil their need for strong, large silage trailers to hold volumes up to 75m3.

“We see big potential for our machines across North America,’’ explains Robbie Polson, Ktwo managing director, ‘’and we are very pleased to announce we have secured a...
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