schwartzenheimer1: 15 cfh is 7 lpm, there bucko...
John Davis: Could you review the PowerPro 256?
Nik Demopoulos: could you review the everlast 230ex theres nothing out there!!
Mike Hart: Thigh Master, Hahahahaha!!!! That was the funny of the vid!! Two thumbs up
Weld.com: Check out Part 2 of our review on the Everlast PowerPro 164: Testing the
popingamat: hi , can you show how to tig weld copper.
Justin Verbaux: Nice little all in one welder. Thanks for the video.
PghGingerKid: What is the brand of the tig torch you are using, and what is the adaptor?
born2flyau: Wyatt, It is nice to see you doing a series on various systems to give us
an idea what a novice should be looking at. I also enjoyed the series with
Kevin Caron do you plan on doing any more with him? I only have one small
critism and that is i think yyou should be using the equipment that comes
in the box instead of using your favorite tig torch. As much as we all have
our favourite tools these tests should be on the equipment supplied with
the unit not with your own accessories.
93ariebombarie: these things are 635 euro's here in holland, the only difference is that
they are called different: FreeTech
12345NoNamesLeft: Made in Canada? NO, These are straight off the boat from China
Rambozo Clown: Very nice review, looking forward to the next segment. BTW When setting the
AC balance Everlast uses % positive so to get your 65% negative you need to
set the control at 35%. The + and - are marked right on the control, too.
drfizzle420: where can i buy this welder?
Everlast Welders and Generators: You can buy direct from Everlast at everlast welders dot com. Or amazon, or
several online retailers.
Everlast Welders and Generators: I should clarify, as it is hard to see sometimes, the writing is "below"
and to the side of the knobs.
That Welding Guy: mr tigs online store is tigdepot.com. I have bought stuff there and he
actually helps you if you have any issues.
Weld.com: Thanks for the feedback, for future reviews we will go more in depth with
the stock torches, even if we recommend replacing them :). To answer your
question; Yes, we do plan on doing more with Kevin Caron in the future. The
only difference is next time we will be shooting on location in his shop in
rev0head: 5-6 lts a min with pure argon
dashaB0553: T hanks for a very helpful video but I am curious how these weders perform
on 110 volt in the US, here in Australia all our domestic power is 240
volts and wondering how it limits metal thickness that can be welded on the
lower voltage and current, thanks
unclefrankonap1953: nice job mr.tig
Yannique1: Great video again. We are using liters a minute here. 15CFH is 7 liters a
Everlast Welders and Generators: Wyatt, all our machines are a percent of positive electrode. The setting
should be 35%. This will create balling and an unstable arc. As you can see
below it says more cleaning, less cleaning...and there's a positive mark on
the right and a negative mark on the right. Since you typically talk about
"cleaning" amount, which is a function of positive polarity, we use a % of
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