220 extension cord for welder

Item# 38811. Quick Info. Century Wire and Cable Pro Grip Welding Extension Cord — 50ft., 8 AWG, 40 Amps, Model# D13308050. (7) Only $ 219.99. Advantage $ 219. 99. Delivered to Store Free.

VEVOR Welding Extension Cord 50Amp 25Ft 250V, Welder Extension Cord with NEMA 6-50 Plug, Welding Power Cord 8 Gauge 3 Prong, Welding Cord for MIG, Plasma, TIG, Arc 4.7 out of 5 stars 463 $129.99 $ 129 . 99
I need to hook up my old Century stick welder to do some jig welding. My welder has a three prong plug and the laundry room off the shop has a 4 prong outlet unused for a dryer. My question is can I make up an extension cord to make this happen? Second question is what connects to what and wire size? I googled this and did see a couple of cords guys have made up but not a good explanation of ...
The black is tied into 2 20amp breakers in the panel. You do not not need the 2 110v wires run all the way to the plug. I pulled the factory 4' cord out of the welder and made up a 20' cord on it and then made another 25' extension cord, cost about $100 but now I can make it all the way across the shop or straight out half way across the driveway.
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Need a heavy duty 220v extension cord? This is the best welder extension cord that I could find on Amazon right now. Please don't make your own welder extens...
I need to hook up my old Century stick welder to do some jig welding. My welder has a three prong plug and the laundry room off the shop has a 4 prong outlet unused for a dryer. My question is can I make up an extension cord to make this happen? Second question is what connects to what and wire size? I googled this and did see a couple of cords guys have made up but not a good explanation of ...
i wound up with 2 10/3 cords for my 110v mig. i got them from work, ive never seen them in stores, but i guess a welding supply or ebay would be a good place. i forget if they are 25 or 50'. for my 220v mig i forget if i bought a #6 or #8, its a real nice cord though. definitely worth spending a few bucks on.
For everything else, I like my 220 Lincoln Arc welder. 110's just do have the fire power to penetrate thick steel. Shop use and home use are two different things. Most homes weren't wired for welders. The washer/dryer plugs are usually 20 amps and may work. For your welder, you may need 10/3 wire and that can be expensive. Good luck.
Re: 220v extension cord question. Ampacity is generally rated at 100'. Anything within that range, if the cords are the same ga, shouldn't show appreciable voltage drop. 100' 6ga feeder running to container, heater hardwired with 10ga. 5Kw heater running on high.
This Century Wire and Cable Pro Grip Welding Extension Cord is a heavy-duty 40 Amp/250V right angle extension cord designed for use with all portable MIG welders up to 400 Amps. Manufactured to 8/3 AWG specifications; each of 3 conductors contains 133 strands of 29-ga. pure copper wire.