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Stick Welders

Stick Welders

Tackle a variety of metal fabrication, construction, and repair tasks with these stick welders. They deliver current to create an electrical arc between an electrode and the workpiece that melts and fuses the workpiece material and the electrode material to form the weld. The machine's duty cycle rating states how long the machine can weld continuously at peak current before requiring time to cool down, given as a percentage of a 10-minute cycle. For example, a machine with a 30% duty rating can weld continuously at peak current for 3 minutes in a 10-minute cycle before needing to cool down.

Stick welders typically have fewer parts and are lighter and more portable than MIG and TIG welders. They do not require compressed gas and can be used outdoors and in windy areas. Also known as shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), manual metal arc welding (MMAW), and flux shield arc welding, stick welding can be used to connect most common alloys and metals.

For Stick Welding Only

These welding machines are for use in stick welding applications.

Lincoln Electric AC/DC 225/125

Lincoln Electric AC225

Lincoln Electric Idealarc 250

For Stick & TIG Welding

Use these versatile welding machines to perform stick or TIG welding processes.

Miller CST 280

Includes Dinse Style Connectors

Includes Tweco Style Connectors