Image:Welding wire feeder-Miller-D60-side-triddle.jpg

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This is a picture of the side of a Miller D60 welding wire feeder. As pictured the wire feeder is configured for .052 inch (1.3 mm) Flux Cored Arc Welding. This side view exposes the drive rollers which grip the wire and feed it through the cable and welding gun. In this picture the cable and gun are missing and instead the wire simply hangs free from the location where the cable would be connected. The blue box with the Quimby sticker on it is a Miller XMT 305 CC/CV power source which supports GMAW, SMAW, and GTAW.


Photograph taken by Triddle in the Clark College (Washington) welding lab on February 25, 2005.

Source: English Wikipedia, original upload 26 February 2005 by Triddle

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