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  • Syncrowave 200

    HELLO Everyone this is my first post.I would like to get some info on Syncrowave 200 what do all think about this machine thanking about buying one. Thanks

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    Originally posted by rklynn65@yahoo.com View Post
    HELLO Everyone this is my first post.I would like to get some info on Syncrowave 200 what do all think about this machine thanking about buying one. Thanks

    I was also very thankful when I purchased our Syncrowaves, albeit they are 350's.

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    • #3
      I should have said what would be better Diversions 180 or syncrowave 200 u would like more power but the 180 is lighter?? Thanks again for your help

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      • #4
        The 200 will give you stick capabilities . More of a shop machine. The 200 weighs
        238 pounds the 180 is 50 pounds. The 200 has 150 amps at 40% while the 180 is
        150 amps at 20%. They are two different animals.
        It depends on what type of work you will be doing. The 180 is 110/220 volt and more portable. Do you have 220 NOW ??? What metals are you going to be working with and thickness. Is duty cycle a issue ?? Lots to think about for a real answer.

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        • #5
          Syncrowave 200

          Where are you located? I have a used, with very low hours, syncrowave 200 I would love to sell.
          Kevin

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          • #6
            I do have 230v present in my shop.also will probably be doing a good bit of aluminum tig.You hate to buy the 180 witch seems like the perfect unit and then need more power??? THANKS BD1 for your info/time

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            • #7
              go2Builing I live in mobile,Al

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              • #8
                Hold out for a Sync 250 ... it's a whole other animal. You'll be glad you did, especially with aluminum.

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                • #9
                  Thanks

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                  • #10
                    i like the 200's i had 2 of them over the past few yrs , and just purchased a new one a few weeks ago becuase my 250dx is acting up .....

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