John Rambo: How can you be a "world renowned TIG expert" and you don't even know that 7 LPM os 15 CFH?
Chad White: what a difference it would have been if the guy who designed this great machine would have made the low speed pulse at 3 hz instead of 1 hz i mean how hard would that simple change have been to make compared to the difference it would make when fussing stainless
carryit around: what everlast machine would you compare to the 165i,, i'm looking for a tig, already have hobart stick and mig would the 185 micro compare?
popingamat: hi , can you show how to tig weld copper.
Justin Verbaux: Nice little all in one welder. Thanks for the video.
donyboy73: nice review, not sure what to get
schwartzenheimer1: 15 cfh is 7 lpm, there bucko...
PghGingerKid: What is the brand of the tig torch you are using, and what is the adaptor?
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 Tig Master!!!
unclefrankonap1953: nice job mr.tig
12345NoNamesLeft: Made in Canada? NO, These are straight off the boat from China
93ariebombarie: these things are 635 euro's here in holland, the only difference is that they are called different: FreeTech
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.
Everlast Welders and Generators: You can buy direct from Everlast at everlast welders dot com. Or amazon, or several online retailers.
drfizzle420: where can i buy this welder?
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.
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 positive.
Yannique1: Great video again. We are using liters a minute here. 15CFH is 7 liters a minute. Greetz
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.
Everlast PowerPro 164: TIG Welder Review | TIG Time5
out of 5