A waist of your time, money and energy.
At least get a stick welder.
If you want to wire weld, get a gas type, MIG.
Buy a small cylinder if renting is not for you.
Get one from same place your going to get supplies from.
The flux cores are junk, and your welds will be same.
Skip the mistake many of us have made.
Each welding type has benifits...
If your torch is water cooled you may weld non-stop.
Most below 200 amps are air cooled = cycle time on and off.
I use it every day at work...a Lincoln 275..excellent and expensive
At home I have a small 120 amp cheap generic combination TIG/Plasma cutter.
Main problem with a TIG is access to weld area, and controls.
A thumb control would solve the foot pedal problem while welding on your back.
You have your hands full and reach is limited.
dumps metal and is fast, be carful with penitration.
Shoots out great balls of fire too.
is the standard to base judgement.
Long reach, with new sick
Penitration is great and controlable.
Lots of sparks and slag.
Having a TIG in your shop is one of those really special 'toys' that makes a big differance in your projects success and quality.
A link to welding frames, and recomended welders...