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  • #16
    Re: Another Stick Welder

    Originally posted by clayfigur View Post
    JayL, I also have this powercraft 200A stick welder like yours... works great... I bought it co'z I got tired carrying my uncle's 300A welder (really heavy)...
    Hahahhah yeah I could imagine the weight of the 300A welder you have.

    Thanks for posting and hope you post more of your work so we can learn from each other.
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    • #17
      Sana po ma çonfirm ang group requeat ko

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      • #18
        Hi sir sabi sa forum mas ok din daw yung yamato igbt 200 or 300 amps or yung hotronic

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        • #19
          Yung HiTronic machine na piliin mo, well made and heavy duty, with 60% duty cycle, made by RILON Industries.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by melchor1025 View Post
            Hi sir sabi sa forum mas ok din daw yung yamato igbt 200 or 300 amps or yung hotronic
            if you're into heavy fab work. check the duty cycle. you are very safe on a WM with 60% duty cycle. highly recommending the weldtech brand. i have 10 units meant for training and they are still okay. only minor repair are done on some units (switch, LED display fault, etc) after more than 2 yrs

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Gumusut_Amige View Post

              if you're into heavy fab work. check the duty cycle. you are very safe on a WM with 60% duty cycle. highly recommending the weldtech brand. i have 10 units meant for training and they are still okay. only minor repair are done on some units (switch, LED display fault, etc) after more than 2 yrs
              Thank you sir Gumusut for the info ,but it seems that sometimes in the store the welding unit has no display of the duty cycle ,in that case how do I know it just to make sure the one I buy is at least 60 duty cycle please advise.. thank you

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