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    Quote Originally Posted by Shield Arc View Post
    No problem, my advice / opinion is free.
    You mean your advice isn't going to dip into my 10k budget?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fordman1981 View Post
    You mean your advice isn't going to dip into my 10k budget?
    Nope! If you were closer I'd let you play with my welders, and even help you out with your welding if I could. All at no charge!


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    No intention of not getting back...Just had a lot on my plate today. The information about our MTS units is located here: Mig Tig Stick | Mig Welding | Mig Weld

    Just click through and you can see in detail the information. We split the units up according to power input. When you get to the second page, just click the name of the unit and it will go to another page with more details, features, comparisons and list price. On the details page, click the specification download for a brochure.

    Also several of Jody Collier's videos at weldingtipsandtricks.com were made with one. Also a video here gives a few details from Mr. TIG (Wyatt Swaim) about a lower HP version that we had of the 250S this past year. Be sure to watch part 2 and 3. The 250S is similar, but with more features, including foot pedal capability, and spool gun capability with synergic operation. Welder Review Everlast MTS 210: Part 1 (TIG) |TIG Time - YouTube


    For a look at the manual, you can go here: http://www.everlastgenerators.com/do...S_200_250s.pdf
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    As far as welding aluminum with the MTS (at least ours), spool gun is always an option. It won't do super thin materials, but it's pretty efficient and quick on thicker materials.
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    The new welder Marcuda just got was an all in one welder wasn't it?
    It is a 250P, mig and stick weld.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markcuda View Post
    It is a 250P, mig and stick weld.
    When I search the everlast website for 250P it came up with
    PowerUltra 250P
    Category: DC Cut Tig Arc (MMA)
    Purpose: DC Multi-Function Welding/Plasma Cutting Combination Unit
    200 Amp rated DC TIG (GTAW)
    190 Amp Rated Stick (SMAW)
    50 Amp Plasma Cutter (PAC) with Pilot Arc
    That's not your welder is it?

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    That's not your welder is it?
    No
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    Search under might welders. It is a 250 amp pulse mig that has stick capability and runs off 220 1phase. Also check longevity, their prices are usually better and at least on mig appear to have better duty cycle.

    http://www.longevity-inc.com/product...gWeld-250P.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by medic0648 View Post
    Search under might welders. It is a 250 amp pulse mig that has stick capability and runs off 220 1phase. Also check longevity, their prices are usually better and at least on mig appear to have better duty cycle.

    MigWeld 250P | 250AMP IGBT PULSE MIG WELDER
    Do you know who the Longevity salesman is on this site?

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    Longevity is the companies user name and I believe longevitysimon is the main sales guy on the site.

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