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    Default Just bought a new Sync 200, looking for a tig calculator chart...

    Been a while since I was tig welding last. Want to get into it again and am a little rusty on setting up the maching. I used to have a calculator/chart that would give you a decent starting point based on what a guy was doing. Some of the variable on the chart were metal type, thickness, type of weld, rod selection for metal type, argon flow, amps, type of tungsten and size, current type and direction for metal types, etc...

    Would be nice to make a photo copy and laminate it, so I will have a quick reference till I get the hang of the set up again.
    Anyone have a copy similar to what I am talking about they are willing to share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hole shot weapon View Post
    Been a while since I was tig welding last. Want to get into it again and am a little rusty on setting up the maching. I used to have a calculator/chart that would give you a decent starting point based on what a guy was doing. Some of the variable on the chart were metal type, thickness, type of weld, rod selection for metal type, argon flow, amps, type of tungsten and size, current type and direction for metal types, etc...

    Would be nice to make a photo copy and laminate it, so I will have a quick reference till I get the hang of the set up again.
    Anyone have a copy similar to what I am talking about they are willing to share?
    Top of this page: Resources tab resources for sale tab then buy the calculator.


    Griff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helios View Post
    Shazam!!!

    That is pretty cool.
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    Default Miller's TIG Handbook

    Go Here for Miller's TIG Handbook. Download PDF free.
    http://www.millerwelds.com/resources/TIGhandbook/
    The charts you are probably after are in this book.

    Sorry if someone already mentioned this. I have used the calculator, but I like the chart thing myself.

    Get free pdg copies of the charts from this publication here:
    http://johnnyfix.com/TIGsettingsChart.pdf

    Hope this helps.
    John
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