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    Hello, I have a quick question about buying welding supplies in santa domingo or santiago in the dominican republic. I am wondering if anyone has bought gear done there and where abouts they purchesed it at, also how are the prices compared to canada. I am going done to work with a mission in a burrio and fab some trusses up, so I am looking at buying a small portable welder, 150 -200 amp range and about 100 feet of cable. Also possibly a torch and set of bottles. I will try and post a pic of the welder i used 2 years ago to build a small fence. Its pretty archaic ha
    Thank you much Dave
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    Why not just bring a T-arc Scout with you. Light wt, and not difficult to ship it in. Won't be any customs hassles as long as you bring it back.

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    • #3
      Here's a Lincoln distributor who is also listed as a supplier by Linde/BOC/AGA and Miller:

      DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

      AGA Quinsa S.A.
      Av. John F. Kennedy Km. 6.5
      Casi Esq. A Lincoln
      Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
      Tel: 809-562-1324
      Fax: 809-562-0473
      Contacto: Guillermo Perez - G.M.
      E-mail: fperez@agaquinsa.net.do

      Here are some Miller locations:

      http://www.millerwelds.com/wheretobu...NICAN+REPUBLIC
      Miller stuff:
      Dialarc 250 (1974)
      Syncrowave 250 (1992)
      Spot welder (Dayton badged)

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      • #4
        Thank you for the answers and address, I will phone him and inquire about what is all available, im not leaving tell jan so I have a bit more time yet to source equipment. And I have thought about shipping one down but i plan on leaving it there and dont want to deal with customs ect ect. thank you much
        Dave

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