I noticed that. They are still available at places like Cyberweld. Yes, their other tables are impressive. I do see that they've come out with a new model. You can get it with a frame or just the tabletop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEneL8czpDs. Couldn't find a price on it anywhere. I have to look a little more. The website call it "affordable" so we'll have to see...
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03-24-2013, 01:04 PM #31
03-25-2013, 06:13 AM #32Junior Member
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- Jul 2011
- fowler mi
Why didn't you buy the miller fx-30 welding table you spent top dollar to buy the multimatic 200 and not spend another 300 for a table that will last a lifetime i own 3 of them. I mount a baileigh tn-250 notcher and a vise on them very portable no wrapping of the top when i am welding
03-25-2013, 07:29 AM #33
Things usually happen in increments. In the beginning when I was teaching myself to weld, I couldn't afford to spend that much on a table, not knowing if I would like it or get frustrated and quit. My first welder was a Craftsman 140a, which I took back about 2 weeks later (I was getting frustrated trying to weld thin sheet metal with it). I bought the Hobart Handler 140, which I really liked. When I saw how much I liked welding, I wanted a dual voltage machine and decided to shell out the money and go all the way up to Miller. Now, I think maybe it's time to upgrade to the ArcForce. I just need to see one in person before I decide.