Item # 33930 BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood 250 Amp MIG Welder

Awesome duty cycle and 50-250 Amp infinite control allows you to weld thin sheet metal up to 1/2" steel on both 120 and 240v inputs
Awesome duty cycle and 50-250 Amp infinite control allows you to weld thin sheet metal up to 1/2" steel on both 120 and 240v inputs
Eastwood 250 Amp MIG Welder is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7.
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Awesome duty cycle and 50-250 Amp infinite control allows you to weld thin sheet metal up to 1/2" steel on both 120 and 240v inputs
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Eastwood 250 Amp MIG Welder

Description

MIG Welding from Eastwood

The MIG 250 Welder is a powerful, lightweight machine at a DIY-friendly price. Eastwood designed this 250-amp MIG welder from the ground up to be powerful, easy to use and inexpensive. With its state-of-the-art inverter technology, it weighs half as much as similar welders - and costs half as much too. But it still delivers all the power you will ever need to weld steel from 20 gauge to ½-inch thick (up to 1/2 inch thick on 110 volts). If you add on an optional spool gun, you can also weld aluminum from 14 gauge to ¼-inch thick. The welder has an awesome 60 percent duty cycle at its full 250-amp setting, meaning you can keep welding until the job is finished.

The Eastwood MIG 250 Features:

  • Welds 20 gauge steel up to ½-inch thick plate
  • 120- or 240-volt powered
  • Infinitely adjustable 50-250 amp welding range
  • 60 percent duty cycle at full 250 amp setting
  • Weighs just 46 lbs.
  • Torch Cable Length: 8 feet
  • Ground Cable Length: 9.5 feet
  • State of the art inverter technology
  • Uses 4-inch or 8-inch wire spool
  • Optional spool gun for aluminum wire
  • Trafimet ERGOPLUS24 Torch
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
Eastwood MIG 250 amp Welder

Portability from Your Eastwood Welder

This 250-amp MIG welder is one of the most powerful portable machines on the market today. It has the ability to run on 120v or 240v, so you can plug it into nearly any existing circuitry in your garage or shop. This also means you can easily take it to the race track or job site and run it off a generator. On 120v power, you can use up to 140 amps, which is enough for most small and midsize jobs. The efficiency of the inverter means you'll still get great welds even on lower voltages or amp settings. It also can take both 4-inch and 8-inch diameter spools and feed steel or stainless steel wire from 0.023-inch to 0.045-inch. Flux core wire for outdoor welding can be between 0.030 and 0.045 inches in diameter while aluminum wire is limited to 0.030-0.035 inches. A unique wire spool mount is configured to hold either 2-pound or 10-pound spools of wire.

Everything You Need for MIG Welding

This lightweight unit ships to your door via FedEx or UPS, eliminating costly truck shipping freight fees. It comes with a Trafimet ERGOPLUS24 8-foot MIG torch and ground clamp, a shielding gas regulator and hose, extra contact tips, an 8-inch wire spool adapter, a roll of 0.030-inch steel MIG wire and other MIG 250 welding supplies for your shop. The only thing you need to add is a canister of shielding gas.

Eastwood MIG 250 amp Welder

Specifications

Rated Electrical Output: 240 VAC: 50/60HZ: 50-250 AMP | 120 VAC: 50/60HZ:50-140 AMP
No Load Voltage: 61 Volt
Rated Input Current: 240 VAC: 46.2 AMP | 120VAC: 20 AMP
Output Current Adjustment: 240 VAC: 50-250 AMP | 120VAC: 50-140 AMP
Power Input At Rated Output: 240 VAC: 43.3 AMP | 120VAC: 20 AMP
Output Voltage: 240 VAC: 16.5V – 26.5V | 120VAC: 16.5V – 21.0V
Duty Cycle: 240 VAC: 60% @ 250 AMP and 100% @ 194 AMP | 120VAC: 60% @ 140 AMP and 100% @ 60 AMP
Overall Dimensions: 20.07" x 8.66" x 19.69"
Weight: 46 LBS.
Wire Diameter: Solid Steel and Stainless Steel .023-0.45" (0.6-1.2mm) Flux Core 0.30-0.45" (0.8-1.2mm) Aluminum .030-0.35" (0.8-.9mm)
Post Flow Time: 1 +- 0.5 seconds
Wire Speed: 240 VAC: 80-530 ipm | 120VAC: 80 – 300 imp

Contents

  • (1) MIG 250 Welder
  • (1) Trafimet ERGOPLUS24 MIG torch
  • (1) Ground Cable with Clamp
  • (1) Shielding Gas Regulator
  • (1) Shielding Gas Hose
  • (1) Extra Contact Tips (2) .030" and (2) 0.040”
  • (1) 8" Wire Spool Adapter
  • (1) Steel MIG Wire, ER70S-6, 2lb., 0.030"
  • (1) 120/240 VAC Adapter Cord
  • (1) Handheld Face Shield
  • (1) Combo welding Brush and Hammer
  • (1) Contact Tip Wrench
  • (1) ER70S-6 MIG Wire Spool, 0.030” (0.8mm), 2 lbs. (1kg)
  • (1) 0.023” to 0.045” (0.9 / 1.2 mm) Drive Roller
  • (1) Instruction Manual

FAQs

Can use standard 120VAC, 20 amp 50 or 60Hz power.
Welds up to 140 amps on 120VAC.
The mig 250 will also use standard 240VAC, single phase 50 or 60Hz power.
Unit will weld up to 250 amps with 240 VAC input.
Use a NEMA 6-50 receptacle and a 50 amp dedicated line for this machine.

Shipping

Ships Via Fedex

Application Tips

Eastwood MIG 250 amp Welder Adjustments

Infinite Adjustments

The MIG 250 has infinite adjustability of both its voltage and wire feed speed settings. Simply turn the two red dials on the front of the unit to set them at exactly the right levels for a perfect weld every time.

Precision Drive Motor

The drive roll mechanism, which is the heart of any MIG welder, is designed to our specifications and delivers flawless wire feed without skipping or slipping on the wire.

Eastwood MIG 250 Amp Welder Drive Motor

MIG 250 Portable Welder

The MIG 250 is our most powerful MIG welding kit, giving DIYers high-quality welds with a simple learning curve. Join steel plates up to ½-inch thick using 120vAC or 240vAC input right out of the box. If you add the optional spool gun, you can also use this MIG welder for aluminum up to ¼-inch thick. Cutting-edge inverter technology produces a welder that weighs half the amount of a similar MIG welding machine. At 46 pounds, a single person can load the welder for trips to the track or a friend's house.

We've designed this 250-amp machine to be the best MIG welder for amateur enthusiasts and professionals alike. It has infinitely adjustable amperage, an ergonomic 8-foot torch and a ground clamp for safe and effective work. If you're new to welding, visit the Eastwood Garage for tips about how to MIG weld and what accessories you should purchase before starting.

Features:

  • 50-250 amp infinite control
  • Welds steel and stainless plates up to ½-inch thick
  • Can also weld ¼-inch aluminum using an optional spool gun
  • 120V or 240V input
  • Use 4-inch or 8-inch wire spool
  • 60% duty cycle at 250 amps
  • Trafimet Ergoplus 24 torch
  • MOSFET Inverter technology
  • 3-year warranty


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Instructions

Safety Information

Always follow manufacturer's instructions for proper safety requirements when performing welding tasks.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Eastwood mig 250 It’s a very good upgrade from the 175 , the little tail on the torch trigger takes some getting used to , but machine performs wonderfully
Date published: 2021-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from we have run an automotive, lawn and garden repair shop for many years We changed from a Lincoln welder we've had for years. This welder from Eastwood seems to be as good if not better. We are very happy with our choice this time. Thanks
Date published: 2021-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great welder I’m beyond happy with this welder it’s light and I can bring it any where and it welds great glad I went with this instead of Miller or Lincoln best bang for the buck
Date published: 2021-10-26
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Questions & Answers

How do I change my welding machine from 120-240volts

Asked by: Bobby123
You simply hook up the 110v adaptor and the machine will recognize that it is running on the 110v current.
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2021-12-01

If flux core wire is used, can it be used in the mig gun or do you need a different gun? Also if mig gun is used can you go back to mig wire with same gun?

Asked by: Maintenance
Yes, flux wire should be used through the standard mig torch assembly. Afterwards, you can go back to standard solid core wire in the same torch without issues.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-11-19

Can you run stick off of this unit? 

Asked by: Kelly13
This does not have the ability to run stick.
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2021-11-01

Is this the same mig that would be in my MP250i, just without the tig or stick function?

Asked by: JimLahey
This unit does have the same MIG welding capabilities as the MP250i.
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2021-10-29

Does the Mig 250 have longer ground and Mig stinger that we can purchase?

Asked by: pnwshpyrd
you can purchase 15ft torch lead for ground make you own 15 of 20 ft 4 gauge lead use the fitting on your current fitting and get a heavy-duty clamp which harbor freight sell's i also 15 ft gas hose there nowhere i cant reach in my shop.
Answered by: bob rossi
Date published: 2021-10-27

Can i replace the 10’ gun to a 15’ gun on an Eastwood 250 amp mig welder?

Asked by: Julio
yes you can but not time purchase cheaper on amazon?
Answered by: bob rossi
Date published: 2021-10-27

Can this machine run .045 wire and can it take the large 33lb spools of wire

Asked by: Mike1
This unit runs Uses .030 to .045 wire and works with either 8 or 12 inch wire spools (44 lb. max weight).
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-10-31

What wattage of generator do I need to use to run this big welder for 200

Asked by: Bubba
For full power/potential you would need a generator capable of around 12,000 running watts.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-09-27
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Eastwood 250 Amp MIG Welder
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