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Snap-on Classics: MM250SL MIG Welder

Service technicians who don’t have a Snap-on Welding Machine in their bays are not only losing out on potential business, they may lose some current customers for good. The Snap-on MM250SL MIG Welder does more than just weld two pieces of metal together. It is a versatile, high performing machine that can be used for a multitude of applications that can lead to higher profits and more importantly, happier customers.

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Service
technicians who don’t have a Snap-on Welding Machine in their bays are not only
losing out on potential business, they may lose some current customers for
good. The Snap-on MM250SL MIG Welder does more than just weld two pieces of
metal together. It is a versatile, high performing machine that can be used for
a multitude of applications that can lead to higher profits and more
importantly, happier customers.

“Sending a
welding job out to another shop could potentially lose the customer,” said Mike
DeKeuster, category manager for Snap-on. “Why pay for a welding service when
you can keep the profits in house with the Snap-on MM250SL MIG Welder. This is
a productivity and efficiency enhancing shop tool that can lead to more
business.”

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Snap-on MIG Welders have higher duty cycles
at maximum amperage for longer, continuous weld times. The MM250SL features
exact voltage settings for precise heat control and ease-of-use while the
detachable feeder allows ease of mobility and features wire speed controls for
fine tuning. The capacitor bank and
diode set deliver consistent voltage and smooth-arc
characteristics. The MM250SL also offers the ability to add a SpoolGun for
aluminum welding or TIG Accessory Pack for ferrous metals.

Among its various uses, the Snap-on MM250SL MIG Welder can be used for such MIG applications as removal of a
locking lug nut after an owner lost their key, shock mount and strut tower
repair or replacement, vehicle structure repair (core support, door jamb,
hinges), broken engine/transmission mount repair, wheelchair ramps, snow plow
repair, panel repair and replacement, frame repair, broken bolt extraction,
winch installation and customization, door hinge repair, truck bed and tailgate
repair, race car roll cage and frame construction, custom suspension mounts on
tuner vehicles, shop maintenance, farm and implement machinery repair, mud flap
bracket repair, storage racks and shelving, fences and gates, outdoor signs,
trailer repair, trailer hitches and ornamental art.

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Among the many SpoolGun applications include truck body repair, fishing boat repair, body and
fender panel repair/replacement, lawn mower deck repair, custom valve cover
breather installation, intercooler and radiator repair, cold air intake
welding, while TIG applications
include oil pan repair and customization, exhaust welding (custom, stainless
steel and steel), custom valve cover breather installation, body and fender
panel repair/replacement/customization, steel fitting welding and bike and
motorcycle frame welding.

“There are
so many varied uses for the Snap-on MIG Welder that it doesn’t make sense not
to have one in the shop,” said DeKeuster. “The MM250SL will become a profit
center for those shops that realize its potential.”

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Customers
can find out more about the Snap-on
MIG Welder (MM250SL) by contacting their participating Snap-on franchisee
or representative, visiting www.snapon.com/shoptools or by calling toll free
877-SNAPON-4 (877-762-7664).

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