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    DIY homemade welding rectifier

    Change the harsh AC out put of your welding machine to the smooth DC current.


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    Thanks Polar Hunter! We've added your Welding Rectifier to our Electrical category,
    as well as to your builder page: Polar Hunter's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Great expalnation of this process! Do you know if the diodes can be doubled up or ganged? For example can 2 100 amp diodes be used to pass 200 amps? I would think 8 in a bank would work, just not real sure about it. Tahnks.

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    Muy bueno el conjunto Hunter similar al que fabriqué solamente que utilice 2 diodos de 260 Amp. y 1000 voltios se comporta excelente con electrodos comunes en aceros y en soldaduras de acero inoxidable, felicitaciones por el proyecto.


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