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Bought a Tig Welder finally... Need some advice.


 
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:02 pm    Post subject: Bought a Tig Welder finally... Need some advice. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Hey guys I have been looking for a tig welder for a while and finally bought one. I have an AC/DC Lincoln Stick and a Nice Miller Mig. I would have loved to spend the money for a Miller acdc tig but wasn't in the cards... I read a lot of great reviews on the ever-last 140st so i bought one. its a portable stick or dc tig machine and was 279 bucks... Really couldn't go wrong.. Heard a lot of people talk trash on them but their warranty is one of the best i found for the lower end products offered 30 days cash return and a warranty for 5 years... Anyway my question is this machine is 110/or 220 and i will probably just run it on 110 i only want it for thin metals and only plan to use the tig welding.
What size filler do i want for thinner steal, and what size tungsten ??? Any help will be appreciated... If anyone is interested how the machine is I think I may make some videos of it...
 
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