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Multiprocess Welder

shucker1

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Folks,

Thinking about a Multi-process welder.

Stick, MIG, TIG.

Intended use is around the house and projects for neighbors. Would like weld up to 3\8" plate if possible.

240 VAC is readily available.

Opinions please on EASB, Miller, Lincoln?

Thanks,
Chris
 




410Fortune

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I know I know its a Harbor Freight but I absolutely love my Titanium Unlimited 200 Professional multiprocess 240V harbor freight machine, especially for under $800


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It works flawlessly and gets very high reviews.

The mig handle is a bit cheaper then my old Hobart machine, feels a little lighter in your hands and the "lead" is a bit stiffer so you have to be careful about routing it from the machine to your work space.
But that is the ONLY thing I can find to complain about with this little buzz box. It does everything I need it to do and more.

I have not tig welded with it yet...but the mig and arc work fantastic, I'm guessing the TIG feature will work just as well when I learn how to use it
On sale you can get this sucker for under $700 now.......
 




shucker1

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Thanks @410Fortune ,

Like I mentioned this will not be a production machine but more or less a new toy to have.

Chris
 




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