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Old 07-05-2017, 06:53 PM
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I just pulled the trigger on my first NEW welder, it is an Eastwood TIG200 AC/DC Welder.

Eastwood TIG 200 Welder...industrial TIG features at a DIY price!

Now with Stick Welding Feature!

Stick welds in AC and DC Positive/Negative
Operates on either 110vAC, 15-amp circuit or 220vAC, 30-amp circuit
1/4"-thick welding capacity on 220VAC
High-frequency start for precise arc control
Square-wave inverter for accurate aluminum welding
"WP-17"-type torch accepts common cups and collets, up to 1/8" electrodes
TIG Welding AC Duty Cycle (%): 120VAC 60% at 145 amps, 220VAC 60% at 190 amps)

The specially engineered 200-amp Eastwood TIG Welder offers affordable, professional-quality TIG welding on aluminum, stainless or steel (sheet, tube or bar stock), and precise welding of thinner-gauge materials up to 1/4" thick.
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Old 07-05-2017, 07:57 PM
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I just pulled the trigger on my first NEW welder, it is an Eastwood TIG200 AC/DC Welder.

Eastwood TIG 200 Welder...industrial TIG features at a DIY price!

Now with Stick Welding Feature!

Stick welds in AC and DC Positive/Negative
Operates on either 110vAC, 15-amp circuit or 220vAC, 30-amp circuit
1/4"-thick welding capacity on 220VAC
High-frequency start for precise arc control
Square-wave inverter for accurate aluminum welding
"WP-17"-type torch accepts common cups and collets, up to 1/8" electrodes
TIG Welding AC Duty Cycle (%): 120VAC 60% at 145 amps, 220VAC 60% at 190 amps)

The specially engineered 200-amp Eastwood TIG Welder offers affordable, professional-quality TIG welding on aluminum, stainless or steel (sheet, tube or bar stock), and precise welding of thinner-gauge materials up to 1/4" thick.
Oh, it will Tig weld 1/4" thick? Amazing. Pretty much any Tig machine can weld any thickness of metal if you know what you are doing.
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Old 07-05-2017, 09:40 PM
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Sounds more like a sales pitch than a pat on the back. And only 3 posts in--I call SPAM!!
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Old 07-05-2017, 09:42 PM
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