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  • 220 V 50Hz Mig Welders

    Mga sir, question. I'm thinking about trying Mig welding but do not want yet to spend much because of budget. ( I still have my fave 200 Yamato : )
    I see Cigweld and Ozito 135amps I think it's enough for me.
    My main concern is the 50Hz, can somebody share some knowledge about this.
    Masisira ba un welder agad? burn parts etc,,, or lalakas / hihina un bigay ng Amps setting?

    I googled some info, some say it's ok for small appliances, motors., but could not find answer regarding welder machines...

    TIA




  • #2
    Bro, try to acquire the Cigweld 150 amps or higher, I do believe its a much better machine than the 135's amperage. If it will just be for DIY use and not necessarily for production use, then I suppose it will hold. There is a member here using the Cigweld 150 amp for his personal projects and its just doing fine.

    But I sort of read an article in the past that this low amperage Mig welders where manufactured for FCAW use, meaning no shielding gas but if you want to use gas say arcoweld, then you may need to have it upgraded

    Google mo na lang ang CIGWELD 150A Mig welder, you might get some results you are looking for.





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    • #3
      thanks Rosy, there's an ad at OLX for the Cigweld 150 less than 10K, you are right 150 is better. I also saw Crazy Cut post, I will ask him as well.
      I was browsing youtube last night I saw this guy modified the 150 CIgweld https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-3_Kjh0PmA
      Does someone knows a shop where I can upgrade the machine just in case? thanks again.

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      • #4
        If you have the budget and willing to spend some more for a better machine, I think this is so much better than the 150 amp Cigweld. Its a Transmig 175i mig, Tig and stick welder, also by Cigweld.

        No need for any upgrade since this is already an inverter type of machine.

        Check this out : https://www.olx.ph/item/welding-mach...8c6#35651478c6
        Last edited by rosy; 08-13-2016, 07:24 PM.
        AHP Alpha-TIG 200X welder
        HITRONIC 300 Amp DC Inverter IGBT Welder
        YAMATO 300 Amp AC Stick Welder
        YAMATO 200Amp DC Inverter IGBT Welder
        DeWALT Chopsaw
        HOBART and ESAB Welding Helmets
        Assorted Angle Grinders, Clamps and Vises
        STIHL MS 044 chainsaw

        -----------------------------------------------
        Dreaming and wanting is good and healthy but working hard for it is better !

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        • #5
          Yes cigweld 150 was really good you can weld up to 5mm mild steel for conteneous weld up to 15 inch without hitting the duty cycle @ 0.8 mm mild steel mig wire with gas . I try the machine welding aluminium @ 0.8 alu mig wire with out using spool gun and its doing great.
          You can buy it in olx at low cost while enjoying the good benefits for a diy project

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          • #6
            May I ask bro Crazy cut, are you using straight Co2 gas or the mixed gas( arcoweld ) for your Cigweld 150 ?

            Thanx in advance !!
            AHP Alpha-TIG 200X welder
            HITRONIC 300 Amp DC Inverter IGBT Welder
            YAMATO 300 Amp AC Stick Welder
            YAMATO 200Amp DC Inverter IGBT Welder
            DeWALT Chopsaw
            HOBART and ESAB Welding Helmets
            Assorted Angle Grinders, Clamps and Vises
            STIHL MS 044 chainsaw

            -----------------------------------------------
            Dreaming and wanting is good and healthy but working hard for it is better !

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            • #7
              Here In gensan, it's very hard to acquire a mixed gas not unless i have to buy gas mixer. I have to only used pure co2 to all my mig weld except for stainless and alu.
              Last edited by Crazy cut; 08-16-2016, 07:23 PM.

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              • #8
                Beetlebum sir,

                Don't bothered with 50 hrz they are also rated as 50/60hz some country like UK, australia and etc. They are so specific. If you happen to buy a cigweld 150 don't convert it to dc. The machine are design to be use in welding aluminium.
                If you'de really like to convert i will teach you. But it almost the same all you have to do is practice welding.

                Thanks.

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                • #9
                  sir crazy cut thanks for the info. I will send you PM pag naka bili ako.

                  tnx guys

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