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In this video I demonstrate how to make a high current AC stick welding machine using microwave parts, I do this by removing the secondary winding in the microwave oven transformer and rewinding it with fewer turns I already have an arc welder but I wanted to build one which can kick out allot more current for welding thicker steel if you wanted one with less current you could use thinner wire with more turns and using only 2 transformers 00:00 Intro 00:15 Rewinding MOT transformers 02:00 Testing the circuit 03:01 Welding the transformers together 03:34 Making the case 07:05 Painting the case 07:57 Assembling the welder 10:59 Testing the welder https://twitter.com/sean_beardon https://www.instagram.com/sean_beardon/ https://www.facebook.com/Projectmayhemuk-1674753232774151/
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Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/mopatin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mopatin Google + : http://www.google.com/+mopatin How to build a Spot Welder with a microwave oven transformer. Never connect the transformer to the grid before removing the secondary coil, because it produces 2000 Volts at 500 mA, this is LETHAL. A secondary with more turns than primary rises the voltage. On the other hand, a secondary with less turns lowers the voltage and put more amperes to draw. With a thick cable we make a 2 turns coil that delivers 2 or 3 volts and many many amperes. This is why the cable has to be very thick.