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  • Maxstar 150 Question

    Is the Maxstar 150 STH worth the extra money over the STL? It seems the only differences are the HF start and the pulse features. I realize the pulse is better on thinner material, but I was not sure if it was worth such a difference in the price. Please let me know your opinions.
    Thanks,
    Nick

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    MaxStar 150 STH

    Originally posted by kiwi View Post
    Is the Maxstar 150 STH worth the extra money over the STL? It seems the only differences are the HF start and the pulse features. I realize the pulse is better on thinner material, but I was not sure if it was worth such a difference in the price. Please let me know your opinions.
    Thanks,
    Nick
    Well Nick, like everything else, "it's only $300 extra." If you can afford it, go for it.

    Dave

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      Dave,
      Thanks for the reply. It wasn't the additional $300 but it was more will I use the HF start it or would the lift arc be adequate. Anyway, I followed your advice and purchased a Maxstar 150 STH. I think the feature I like the most is how compact the welder is. Thanks for your help.
      Nick

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