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  • #16
    Hey fun4now,
    I think I worked in that shop. Ha Ha.

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    • #17
      and to think i waisted $1750.oo on a new TA-185 when i could have gotten one of them imports for a lot less. they look like they last a wile if ya keep the cardboard dry.

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      • #18
        Thanks again for all of your answers !

        I didn't know that you can weld such a thick material with Dynasty 200 DX. So i think i'll buy oneand otherwise, you can also weld very thin material and all sorts of metal and non-metal.

        Synchroman, do you remember in which restaurant did you eat ? Yeah it is very beautiful and Marshall Tito is a LEGEND

        Villemur, here is a picture of Iskravar 210 L mig welder. You can also go on official internet page of Iskravar - www.iskra-varjenje.si
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        • #19
          Funny pictures
          high-tech stick welder

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          • #20
            Originally posted by SLO Iron Man View Post
            Thanks again for all of your answers !

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            Synchroman, do you remember in which restaurant did you eat ? Yeah it is very beautiful and Marshall Tito is a LEGEND

            <snip>
            No, sorry....it was a long time ago. I sure liked the local beer and sausage, though. Ha.

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            • #21
              Interesting how those welders look identical to several Chinese welders I've looked at....esp. that ac/dc 200 tig

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              • #22
                SLO, thanks for posting the picture of your welder. It's great to have you here on this board.

                Fun4now, do you have do-it-yourself plans for that homemade welder that you posted, it looks like a winner! We could modify it for a scratch-start tig torch and sell the plans on Ebay. Actually, I definitely admire the ingenuity of that rig...

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                • #23
                  sorry villemur, i got no plans. i went the easy way and got a pre-essembled (the TA-185) a little more $$ but i also got a few extra options like HF start.

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                  • #24
                    Chinese are copying from us

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