On the subject of welding.
I will eventually upgrade my welder to a Miller or Lincoln ### that uses 220V.
If say, my new welder has a top amperage dial setting of 210A, or 180A or whatever, I'm thinking it has an OUTPUT of that many amperes. It doesn't actually draw that many amperes from the circuit box, right?
I think I answered my own dumb question. Here's a SPEC sheet for a Miller 210. SPEC SHEET MILLER 210
. Can it be that it really only draws 31 amps?