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Everlast Welding PowerTIG 325EXT TIG / Stick welder


Everlast Welding PowerTIG 325EXT TIG / Stick welder

The PowerTIG 325EXT is built for superior industrial performance. With Digital microprocessor control over the IGBT inverter, and up to 325 amps of TIG welding Power, the PowerTIG 325EXT packs considerable punch. The IGBT module inverter design creates a reliable and serviceable platform designed for years of service. The unit is equipped with many features that improve its value in the shop. One of the features that is highly useful is the Advanced Pulse in AC which can greatly increase penetration while welding aluminum, and make it seem like you are welding with a lot larger machine than you are. Wave form control, AC frequency and AC balance control combine to round out the welder into a very capable Aluminum welder. However, the DC capabilities should not be overlooked either with plenty of features which includes a standard pulse frequency up to 500 Hz, and a wide range of adjustable 2T/4T functions. The standard PowerTig 325 EXT requires1 or 3 phase 240V input and is available in 3 phase 480V input as well.

$2799.99

Everlast Welding PowerPro 205Si TIG / Stick / Plasma welder


Everlast Welding PowerPro 205Si TIG / Stick / Plasma welder

The PowerPro 164Si is clearly a great choice for the person needing a modestly powered welding package that offers a little bit of everything. It is perfectly suited for the home garage, small fabrication facility or portable repair business. The all new digital IGBT inverter design features 120/240V input for true go anywhere performance. Digital control has improved operation and reliability over the previous PowerPro 164 models while increasing precision of adjustments. If you need true portability for on-the-site welding and cutting or occasional light fabrication chores, the PowerPro 164Si is well equipped to handle your needs, with TIG, Stick and Plasma cutting features. The TIG mode also features full adjustability of the AC output with AC frequency and AC balance controls to offer the maximum quality weld. When you add the simple 2 speed TIG pulse feature, this unit gives you plenty of capability. At the power level this unit puts out, it’s able to weld up to 3/16 aluminum and 1/4 steel in a single pass in TIG mode, and handle many common 1/8 stick electrodes. The stick feature offers stick welding power up to 130 amps, enough power for general duty welding up to 1/8 electrodes when TIG welding just isn’t possible, and where TIG isn’t the best solution. The 40 amp plasma is good for regularly cutting metal up to 3/8 thick with severance capability up to 5/8 thick. This unit also features a generous 60% duty cycle in TIG mode at full power, so there’s more welding being done than sitting around waiting for the unit to recover.

$1649.99

Everlast Welding PowerPro 164Si TIG / Stick / Plasma welder


Everlast Welding PowerPro 164Si TIG / Stick / Plasma welder

The PowerPro 164Si is clearly a great choice for the person needing a modestly powered welding package that offers a little bit of everything. It is perfectly suited for the home garage, small fabrication facility or portable repair business. The all new digital IGBT inverter design features 120/240V input for true go anywhere performance. Digital control has improved operation and reliability over the previous PowerPro 164 models while increasing precision of adjustments. If you need true portability for on-the-site welding and cutting or occasional light fabrication chores, the PowerPro 164Si is well equipped to handle your needs, with TIG, Stick and Plasma cutting features. The TIG mode also features full adjustability of the AC output with AC frequency and AC balance controls to offer the maximum quality weld. When you add the simple 2 speed TIG pulse feature, this unit gives you plenty of capability. At the power level this unit puts out, it’s able to weld up to 3/16 aluminum and 1/4 steel in a single pass in TIG mode, and handle many common 1/8 stick electrodes. The stick feature offers stick welding power up to 130 amps, enough power for general duty welding up to 1/8 electrodes when TIG welding just isn’t possible, and where TIG isn’t the best solution. The 40 amp plasma is good for regularly cutting metal up to 3/8 thick with severance capability up to 5/8 thick. This unit also features a generous 60% duty cycle in TIG mode at full power, so there’s more welding being done than sitting around waiting for the unit to recover.

$1299.99

Resistance Welding


Resistance Welding

Drawing on state-of-the-art research results, Resistance Welding: Fundamentals and Applications, Second Edition systematically presents fundamental aspects of important processes in resistance welding and discusses their implications on real-world welding applications. This updated edition describes progress made in resistance welding research and practice since the publication of the first edition. New to the Second Edition: Significant addition of the metallurgical aspects of materials involved in resistance welding, such as steels, aluminum and magnesium alloys, zinc, and copper Electric current waveforms commonly used in resistance welding, including single-phase AC, single-phase DC, three-phase DC, and MFDC Magnesium welding in terms of cracking and expulsion The effect of individual welding parameters 2-D and 3-D lobe diagrams New materials for the ultrasonic evaluation of welds, including A-scan, B-scan, and in-line A-scan The book begins with chapters on the metallurgical processes in resistance spot welding, the basics of welding schedule selection, and cracking in the nugget and heat-affected zone of alloys. The next several chapters discuss commonly conducted mechanical tests, the monitoring and control of a welding process, and the destructive and nondestructive evaluation of weld quality. The authors then analyze the mechanisms of expulsiona process largely responsible for defect formation and other unwanted featuresand explore an often overlooked topic in resistance welding-related research: the influence of mechanical aspects of welding machines. The final chapters explain how to numerically simulate a resistance welding process and apply statistical design and analysis approaches to welding research. To obtain a broad understanding of this area, readers previously had to scour large quantities of research on resistance welding and essential related subjects, such as statistical analysis. This book collects the necessary information in one source for students, researchers, and practitioners in the sheet metal industry. It thoroughly reviews state-of-the-art results in resistance welding research and gives you a solid foundation for solving practical problems in a scientific and systematic manner.

$100

LONGEVITY Migweld 200s - 200 Amp Mig/Stick Welder With Gas or Gasless Welding Capable Of Aluminum Spool Welding


LONGEVITY Migweld 200s – 200 Amp Mig/Stick Welder With Gas or Gasless Welding Capable Of Aluminum Spool Welding

LONGEVITY Migweld 200s – 200 Amp Mig/Stick Welder With Gas or Gasless Welding Capable Of Aluminum Spool Welding Brand: Longevity Global Inc Type: power-welders

$979.99

Welding Kit, Stick


Welding Kit, Stick

Welding Kit, Stick Type: Welding Supplies

$278

Stick Welding Accessory Kit


Stick Welding Accessory Kit

Stick Welding Accessory Kit Type: Welding Supplies

$967.54

Forney Industries Inc 45889 Aluminum Stick Electrodes E4043 DC Arc Welding Rod


Forney Industries Inc 45889 Aluminum Stick Electrodes E4043 DC Arc Welding Rod

Forney Industries Inc 45889 Aluminum Stick Electrodes E4043 DC Arc Welding Rod

$21.39

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Miller Thunderbolt stick welder model 225V AC HD 6?

Someone gave me the iron in it because it was "broken." Looks like someone just wire cable to the machine wrong. So now I have a machine of CA glue. Yay! My question is can transfer the thing to do TIG welding. I tried to enter aluminum welding for some time and generally higher costs in aluminum TIG machine $ 2,000. I have no money to go buy an AC machine, but I have a decent amount of power in any way and thought I could make my own leads (not anyway) and connect to my existing TIG torch. Then hang the torch directly to the bottle of argon. Well, no, not a very good response. I need to see more people. It gave no facts to support their claims. All I know about electronics, said that, in theory, possible.

Short answer is not. The long answer is noooooooo.

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