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Re: Is this a good tig welder

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11-18-2012 18:05:13

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lol heres the link my bad

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11-18-2012 18:12:56

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 Re: Is this a good tig welder in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 11-18-2012 18:05:13  
That's not a bad price but it IS NOT a welding power source. It is just a High Frequency unit that can be added to an existing welding machine. It would be a good unit to add to a machine like Dialarc 250 AC/DC or Idealarc 250 AC/DC if you wanted TIG capabilities for any type of metal. Lincoln used to make a similar unit called the Hi Freq.

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11-18-2012 18:12:51

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 Re: Is this a good tig welder in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 11-18-2012 18:05:13  
That is just a high frequency source. It is meant to go (usually) with an engine drive welder to allow tigging of aluminum.

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11-18-2012 18:15:38

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 Re: Is this a good tig welder in reply to moresmoke, 11-18-2012 18:12:51  
We must have typing at the same time. For aluminum you need AC current in addition the high frequency. There are a few AC or AC/DC engine drives but they aren't nearly as common as straight DC engine drives.

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