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    Tomorrow Morning i start testing the first Production run of the new PowerArc 160 STH . Stick HF and Lift Tig
    Here is a early picture of units not quite ready for testing.
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    Attachment not working. S/F....Ken M

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    Try this and see if it works. The Internet and our site seem to have issues over here
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    EVERLAST CANADA
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    www.titanwinches.com

    905 637 1637

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    your back at the plant again? your a busy guy!!
    Gil
    powerpro 256
    lincoln 185

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    Quote Originally Posted by charger891 View Post
    your back at the plant again? your a busy guy!!
    charger89

    Yes Duncan is there for next few weeks. 160 unit looks GOOD !!!
    Mark did good on front panel !
    Oleg Gladshteyn
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    So the unit I purchased last week, marked TIG 160, and which I tested today(works fine is a prototype or preproduction model or something? S/F....Ken M

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    Quote Originally Posted by EchoSixMike View Post
    So the unit I purchased last week, marked TIG 160, and which I tested today(works fine is a prototype or preproduction model or something? S/F....Ken M

    Ken , unit you have is SAME as being in production now. We only changed the case and panel. Inside is 100% same
    Oleg Gladshteyn
    Phone: 650 588 8082 / 877 755 WELD
    Cell: 415 613 6664 ONLY IF YOU REALLY NEED IT
    Email: oleg@everlastwelders.com
    Website www.everlastgenerators.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan winch View Post
    Try this and see if it works. The Internet and our site seem to have issues over here

    HI Duncan,
    Oh, now I know why I find the small brown string stuck under the control knobs on occasion. LOL.
    You look like you’re staying busy!

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    The cards are using for accountability for each work process and also to record any issues during calibration and scope readings. It stays with the machine till the final stage of testing then it is removed when unit is packaged.
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    www.titanwinches.com

    905 637 1637

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan winch View Post
    Stick HF and Lift Tig

    um, im going to assume there was supposed to be a comma between stick and HF yes? took me a minute to process that.
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    Thanks Duncan for posting pictures like this from the factory, it shows you guys are putting serious efforts into this brand, not like some other knock off brands i dealt with in the past. May i suggest something, you guy`s should have these pictures on your website, it shows that you guys are constantly testing and improving your products, people that are corious of this brand but have doubts, this might swing them into a sale??
    Gil
    powerpro 256
    lincoln 185

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    Quote Originally Posted by charger891 View Post
    Thanks Duncan for posting pictures like this from the factory, it shows you guys are putting serious efforts into this brand, not like some other knock off brands i dealt with in the past. May i suggest something, you guy`s should have these pictures on your website, it shows that you guys are constantly testing and improving your products, people that are corious of this brand but have doubts, this might swing them into a sale??
    Well i try to put some serious effort into it except when Oleg calls ( second picture ) about 5 times a day normally , sometimes more .
    EVERLAST CANADA
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    www.titanwinches.com

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    I think the 160STH is going to be a great seller. The 110volts and HF start. Compact and light weight but enough power for most jobs.
    Mike R.
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    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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    Sounds good, thanks for the reply. My limited playing with the unit has gone well. Portability seems good. A little more compartmentalization in the case would have been good for a portable unit like this. Perhaps offering an aftermarket Pelican or Stormcase type container for those of us who will be using it in a maintainance application around animalistic coworkers? Both TIG and stick function is OK. Very happily surprised by the adjustable post flow, was not expecting that. Would like some form of down slope, as there does not appear to be any at present, and dropping from high amperage to zilch is not optimal. Very happy with the stick electrode holder and ground clamp, but in the near future I'll probably be adopting a compact torch and foot pedal simply due to preference. I supose I should call about options for foot pedal? S/F....Ken M

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    Echo,
    It is a simple tig. We do have more advanced units, if you are needing more control, like the I tig 200.

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    In honesty, I was originally looking for a simple portable stick unit, and mission creep got me into the TIG stuff. Just a function of my personality. For example, I was looking for a nice MIG 240v hobby welder and wound up buying a Lincoln PowerMIG300. I may very well wind up getting another more advanced unit sooner or later. As you say, the I-TIG 200 is the same size as the 160 and also dual voltage. Several of my co workers have expressed interest in this one should I decide to part with it, so that may happen sooner than later. S/F....Ken M

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    Man that looks useful. How much does it weigh?
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    15"-5.5" Grizzly vertical end mill

    In need of nice TIG machine. drooling over PowerTig 250ex

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    All boxed up in the included case, I'd say it goes 40lbs or so, not including the argon tank. Add a 40cf argon tank in your other hand and it's portable enough. There's a pretty decent carry strap on the unit itself, so you could bunji the cables & gas line and just carry the unit. S/F....Ken M

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    Quote Originally Posted by EchoSixMike View Post
    All boxed up in the included case, I'd say it goes 40lbs or so, not including the argon tank. Add a 40cf argon tank in your other hand and it's portable enough. There's a pretty decent carry strap on the unit itself, so you could bunji the cables & gas line and just carry the unit. S/F....Ken M
    Looks heavier than 40 lbs.

    That's this one?


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    Nope, the 160 is much smaller. I'll snap a picture next time I'm back at the shop. S/F....Ken M
    Lincoln Power MIG 300
    Everlast 160STH
    Miller 225 Thunderbolt (sold it)
    Lincoln Squarewave 175 TIG(traded it for)
    Miller DEL 200 welder/genset
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