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John Stevenson19/08/2017 10:37:50
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Did anyone buy one and what is the concensus please?
Neil Wyatt19/08/2017 13:28:00
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Hi John,

I think this is the thread you are looking for:

www.model-engineer.co.uk/forums/postings.asp?th=107918&p=7

Neil

Edited By Neil Wyatt on 19/08/2017 13:28:37

Ady119/08/2017 21:27:07
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They had another one in after the basic inverter welder, a TIG type welder with a wire feed

I didn't get it, just looked a bit too much of a stretch for the money

Very happy with the basic inverter though, the lack of smoke is amazing compared to the buzzbox (I weld in a garage)

RRMBK19/08/2017 23:22:30
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Hi John.

I bought one and although not used it much,I am pleased with the results so far. The arc seems easier to strike than my old transformer MMA - and it flows well and evenly. It is very small and light weight, so convenient for storage and moving about. The clamp and rod holder are quite flimsy. My clamp came away from the cable first time I used it but I prefer to use an old set of mole grips on the cable anyhow to ensure a sound earth. All in all , for the same cost as a tank of fuel in the Tin Lizzie - good value for money.

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