- Stud Welder Dent Pulling System
do you just plug on the outlet?
Are replacement tips available? We've lost the tip and can't use this now until we find a replacement tip. Also does the standard tip work from 2.0mm to 2.5mm pins?
What is the amp rating of this and simliar units. I am in Australia and would use an power invertor to use it. The invertor would supply 240 volt down to 120 volt with the US female outlet to suit the plug.
Can this be used to pull out dents in aluminum?
will this work on the 240v system in the uk, I realise I will have to replace the plug to make it compatible for a uk socket
What is the duty cycle on this stud welder?
would you recommend using this for hail dents on a mid 70's domestic car?
Does this come with a slide hammer?
Stud Welder Dent Pulling System
Item #31041 Brand: Motor Guard Corp
Stud Welder Dent-Pulling System makes a hole-free dent repair, so it won’t weaken the panel, and needs less filler.
- Stud welder spot-welds pins onto the dented metal surface
- Pull the pins to pull-out the dent
- Snip the pins, then grind the rest down
3-step repair works without drilling holes, so it won't compromise the strength of the panel. The result is a professional-looking dent repair that requires minimal filler.
About Stud Welder Dent Pulling System
Conventional dent pullers require that you drill a series of holes in the sheet metal to make your dent repair, but that can weaken the panel. Instead, this Stud Welder System spot-welds a series of pins onto the surface of the dented metal. Then use the slide puller (included) to pull the pins that pull the dent out. Once the dent has been repaired, simply snip off the pins, then grind off the remainder. The result is a professional-looking dent repair that requires minimal filler. 5-year manufacturer's warranty.
Stud Welder Kit includes the 110v self-contained stud gun, large slide hammer puller with 2-lb. sliding weight, pack of 100 draw pins (2mm), and an instruction manual.
(Q) Do I need a 220-volt system to operate this?
(A) No, standard 110v will work.
(Q) Do I need a welding mask when using this?
(A) It’s not necessary, but don’t look directly into the momentary flash.
(Q) How do I get the pins off after they’ve been welded onto the surface?
(A) After you’ve made your pulls, simply snip or grind the pins off.
Stray sparks normally occur during use of this tool. Therefore, keep all flammables out of the immediate area.
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