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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    Here's sneak peak at the new i mig 140E. A new product for 2014. Inverter based, not a cheap transformer model like you see everywhere, but it's going to be priced competitively.

    There's going to be an i MIG 200E just about like it.

    Duncan's comment:
    Finished testing 140.
    That's a pretty cool looking grille on the front. I look forward to seeing the specs on these new machines as they come available.

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    That would fill a void for me , small size and portability to do sheet metal work on street rods. Might have to own one when they are available.

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    The new 140 is sure a much cleaner design. I also like the all vertical board design. I think the airflow will be better and less chance of trapping some conductive dust and debris on the board. The copper straps to connect to the front panel are a nice touch, as well. I like to see the constant design refining. No product is ever perfect, there is always room for improvement.

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    Most of our migs have been vertical since the beginning as far as I know, but they have been cleaned up. But definitely we're heading in the right direction. I don't think you'd find much difference in the build quality or design now of any major MIG brand on these units.

    The 140E and the 200E will be available soon.
    It's an economy model. Several things have been re worked and paired down. No digital readout. No adjustable arc force control. Probably a cheaper "tweco" gun...not sure what the final version will be but that's what is originally spec'd for. Connection for Stick/polarity is under the cover etc, but quality and design is better.

    The 140E will be 120V. 35% duty cycle at 140 amps. I don't have the finished Everlast picture to post, but the sample I have seen looks nice and does have some plastic reinforcement on the rear, though it's not all the way up the back. Should handle .023, .030 wire. Here's a test sample picture...
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    One other unit that is extremely clean is the Power i TIG 200T. Man, is it nice. One board...self contained. Vertical.

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    I like the idea of the simple features, but not so much the cheaper gun. Form my experience, very few operators really "need" most of the features offered by the majority of the units (a PT185 for example has plenty of features for 90% of operators). That said, a farmer who could use a mig, and doesn't need features, still woudl probably want a decent gun. I know it is a cost thing, but seems there is a market for better quality without bells and whistles.

    I don't do much that would require a Mig, but if it was a decent unit, I could see myself with one of these new 140's or even a 200 mig. Probably not going to be interested if it has cheesy components with it though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sportbike View Post
    I like the idea of the simple features, but not so much the cheaper gun. Form my experience, very few operators really "need" most of the features offered by the majority of the units (a PT185 for example has plenty of features for 90% of operators). That said, a farmer who could use a mig, and doesn't need features, still woudl probably want a decent gun. I know it is a cost thing, but seems there is a market for better quality without bells and whistles.

    I don't do much that would require a Mig, but if it was a decent unit, I could see myself with one of these new 140's or even a 200 mig. Probably not going to be interested if it has cheesy components with it though.
    There's nothing wrong with the tweco style guns. I replaced the guns on both my mig machines with profax tweco style guns and love them. I like them much better than what came on either machine.
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    The Proto model for the 140E that we will be using is one that Canada has been selling for a while. Keep in mind we've made some upgrades to this, and cost will be higher somewhat, but essentially this will be the unit features and you can see the gun.
    http://www.everlastwelders.ca/power-imig-140-e.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    The Proto model for the 140E that we will be using is one that Canada has been selling for a while. Keep in mind we've made some upgrades to this, and cost will be higher somewhat, but essentially this will be the unit features and you can see the gun.
    http://www.everlastwelders.ca/power-imig-140-e.php
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    Not sure. I think it should be 28A. You can't get more out than you put in (VxA). Most input amps on 140 migs are based off a max of 90 amps output. The 140 amps is theoretical at about a 1% duty cycle. This unit is 135 amp rated at 35% duty cycle...so it's not theoretical...and input will be higher even though its an inverter.

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    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNDU0NDM4ODY4.html

    here is a TV Commercial for a new Restaurant . The building for the restaurant is actually part of the old fctory before the move about 3 years ago. This is more of a infomercial and I am shown in the commercial with the Factory owner ( he is on my right wearing Glasses.
    There are presently 4restaurants in this complex with the chance of another one being planned for next year. The factory owners wife owns these restaurants and many of the private rooms have stunning furniture and the décor is something else
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan winch View Post
    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNDU0NDM4ODY4.html

    here is a TV Commercial for a new Restaurant . The building for the restaurant is actually part of the old fctory before the move about 3 years ago. This is more of a infomercial and I am shown in the commercial with the Factory owner ( he is on my right wearing Glasses.
    There are presently 4restaurants in this complex with the chance of another one being planned for next year. The factory owners wife owns these restaurants and many of the private rooms have stunning furniture and the décor is something else
    Thanks for sharing, the restaurant looks beautiful.
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    Really nice looking restaurant. Not only does it have fantastic furnishings, it looks like there is a lot of room for the guests too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr120 View Post
    Really nice looking restaurant. Not only does it have fantastic furnishings, it looks like there is a lot of room for the guests too.
    Here is a short video of one of the main rooms in the Restaurant ,there are three large sections ,this being the centre and the private rooms are along the outside walls . This particular building used to house assembly lines for production of all inverter type Welders just click the link below to see a little more

    http://youtu.be/sKBi5Snzk1g
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    Duncan is at the factory again. He can correct me if I am wrong when he returns, but I think this is at least the 3rd time, if not the fourth time, this year he has been monitoring at the factory.

    He has sent some pictures to be posted and some accompanying explanations. Here are a few he sent just now for you guys to see how things are done as the case may be.

    1) Is just a general picture of part of the factory. Obviously it is after production, but before the tops are put on. In the back there, I can make out a guy testing the units live before the tops are put on for final assembly and testing.
    2)Every one going to the factory cafeteria to eat. Anyone remember the days when factories would feed you? I don't but I know of people who used to work in the cotton "mill" villages in my state where not only were they well fed, they were housed in family duplexes and individual housing, and even had social centers and churches for their employees. Guess there may be a few places like that left, but not many.
    3) Remodeling at part of the factory. The factory is not just one large building. It consists of several different parts. This is one part Duncan said was being remodeled and the brick was being pulled off in lieu of a plastered (stucco?) type finish of some sort.
    4) This one is of the most interest to me: Testing on the load banks.
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    I'll take one of those and two of those...!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Caron View Post
    I'll take one of those and two of those...!!!
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    Very neat. Thanks for sharing. In what part of china is this factory located?

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    this was really cool of you to share , really neat to see behind the scenes. and know that the ppl that are making these are taken care of .
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    Here's some more pictures Duncan has forwarded me. He's back in China again. These are pictures of the powder coating and sheet metal factory before they reach the assembly plant. The pallet jack photo is after the chemical wash they receive to prep the metal. The next photo is the one of them getting the cases ready to apply the powder I believe.
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