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Anybody using CK worldwide Tig torch amperage control?

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  • Anybody using CK worldwide Tig torch amperage control?

    I just ordered a Finger controlled , velcro on tig torch amperage control, was wondering if anybody has opinions about them?

  • #2
    Yup, got the belt drive. Works a treat unless you mistakenly have it active whilst turning on the power.

    They say it is rated for 1000 starts, then you can buy another switch from them. I have ordered lots of their stuff. Most are best on the planet.


    • #3
      thanks for the info , ill have to watch out

      Im hoping it will be the ticket for hard to reach areas, Instead of the pedal and thighmaster method between the kness, although i have mastered that one too!


      • #4
        Anybody using CK worldwide Tig torch amperage control?

        Did you order north - south or east - west ? Let us know how you like it.


        • #5
          just got my new remote amp control and tried it out

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Size:  50.1 KBThis thing is awesome! bought it from the good folks at, Ck world wide definitely hit a home run with this torch control in my opinion, it is very adjustable to get correct position and to have it very comfortable to use. I put a bit of black electricians tape to help it from spinning on the tig torch, the velcro does hold great, i just tend to have a death grip. The belt tension is adjustable to suit user preference, i just plugged it in and started using it right cheap connectors on it either, metal amphenol. im really impressed.
          Last edited by sturugged; 09-29-2012, 11:54 AM.


          • #6
            Same one as I got. Nice thing is you can use it with heavy gloves. Been thinking of grinding a flat on my ribbed handle.

            Good show!


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