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    Default I love my 210ext

    My name is jon, I have a small time welding shop I run part time, the rest of the time I am a aviation tig welder for the navy and use a 600 lb. miller syncrowave 350p regularly, the first advantage is the duty cycle at 200 amps for being only 65lbs, aviation is pretty thin stuff so going over 150 is rare, the arc on the everlast is quicker and more stable on ac and since it's inverter style I weld everything with 2% lanth so I don't have to swap back and forth for materials like I to on the miller saves money and time, I added the w300 cooler and a weldcraft cs310 torch and improved the machine even more, every time I get to fire this machine up it is like therapy while under the hood! Thank you team everlast

    Your pp80s is performing well on the torchmate also.
    Last edited by dzljon; 11-10-2014 at 09:57 PM.
    Machines: EVERLAST Power Tig 210EXT w/ water cooler and 25' CS310 weldcraft torch
    LONGEVITY 250EX Tig
    MILLER 211 mig w/spool gun
    EVERLAST Power Plasma 80s mounted on my Torchmate 2x2 cnc table
    SMITHY 1324 mill/lathe
    60 gal. 7.5 hp air compressor


    MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/dzljon/videos

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    Hey Jon,

    That's a heavy duty torch. Was it pre-setup for us? They are expensive, but nice.

    Post up more torchmate cutting pictures when you have time.
    Mike R.
    Email: admineverlast@everlastwelders.com
    www.everlastgenerators.com
    www.everlastwelders.com
    877-755-9353 x203
    M-F 12 - 7PM PST
    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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    Everlast 210ext intro and a view at some of the p…: http://youtu.be/aUu4v6Uco-4

    here is a video of the model I am using

    also I got the torch adapters from arc zone
    Machines: EVERLAST Power Tig 210EXT w/ water cooler and 25' CS310 weldcraft torch
    LONGEVITY 250EX Tig
    MILLER 211 mig w/spool gun
    EVERLAST Power Plasma 80s mounted on my Torchmate 2x2 cnc table
    SMITHY 1324 mill/lathe
    60 gal. 7.5 hp air compressor


    MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/dzljon/videos

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    Hey your green set up looks like mine
    Good to hear a highly experienced welder recommending the 210EXT and WC300 combo, looks like I made the right decision... just wished the Everlast supplied cart was as good!

    The torch they supplied me with is nothing like what they supplied to you, mines one of those euro WP17... I just cant get comfy with it find it very awkward with the trigger being on top, its like they are designed to be triggered with your thumb with a overhand grip
    Im only a beginner and trying to learn without using the pedal as most of my welding wont be at a table(cars mainly)being fully programmable should come in handy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry72 View Post
    Hey your green set up looks like mine
    Good to hear a highly experienced welder recommending the 210EXT and WC300 combo, looks like I made the right decision... just wished the Everlast supplied cart was as good!

    The torch they supplied me with is nothing like what they supplied to you, mines one of those euro WP17... I just cant get comfy with it find it very awkward with the trigger being on top, its like they are designed to be triggered with your thumb with a overhand grip
    Im only a beginner and trying to learn without using the pedal as most of my welding wont be at a table(cars mainly)being fully programmable should come in handy
    Thank you for the kind words I respect any one willing to go out and try welding, just remember fit ups and cleanliness is key, but most of all be comfortable.

    Good luck on your projects.
    Machines: EVERLAST Power Tig 210EXT w/ water cooler and 25' CS310 weldcraft torch
    LONGEVITY 250EX Tig
    MILLER 211 mig w/spool gun
    EVERLAST Power Plasma 80s mounted on my Torchmate 2x2 cnc table
    SMITHY 1324 mill/lathe
    60 gal. 7.5 hp air compressor


    MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/dzljon/videos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry72 View Post
    Hey your green set up looks like mine
    Good to hear a highly experienced welder recommending the 210EXT and WC300 combo, looks like I made the right decision... just wished the Everlast supplied cart was as good!

    The torch they supplied me with is nothing like what they supplied to you, mines one of those euro WP17... I just cant get comfy with it find it very awkward with the trigger being on top, its like they are designed to be triggered with your thumb with a overhand grip
    Im only a beginner and trying to learn without using the pedal as most of my welding wont be at a table(cars mainly)being fully programmable should come in handy
    Our cart is actually not bad for the price. Most people build their carts, custom for them and for beginners it is a great first project. Not an inexpensive one though. But I do know Mark research high and low for a better cart for the price.

    On the torch, I weld underhanded and it works quite well, but in a pinch overhanded it is a little bulky for me too. It is a starter touch, Jon spent a good bit to get that setup. That comes later for most. Also, CK has great products as well and you can order them though Everlast.
    Mike R.
    Email: admineverlast@everlastwelders.com
    www.everlastgenerators.com
    www.everlastwelders.com
    877-755-9353 x203
    M-F 12 - 7PM PST
    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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    Maybe your cart is different to the Australian one?
    I modified mine to have the cooler sit on the middle shelf as the water connectors are not easily available here to fix the hose issue, just extended the shelf forwards enough for it to fit with enough air space.
    Im tempted to weld up the cart and get rid of the bolts and add some braces to give it more triangulation, should make it a bit more rigid as it flexes about terribly.
    Last edited by Harry72; 11-12-2014 at 09:49 PM. Reason: Added info
    Everlast EXT210 and WC300

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry72 View Post
    Maybe your cart is different to the Australian one?
    I modified mine to have the cooler sit on the middle shelf as the water connectors are not easily available here to fix the hose issue, just extended the shelf forwards enough for it to fit with enough air space.
    Im tempted to weld up the cart and get rid of the bolts and add some braces to give it more triangulation, should make it a bit more rigid as it flexes about terribly.
    Good point, I only know what the US market is shipping. But we did take to time to make sure ours were strong. You can weld it up and remove the bolts or leave them.. That will take out any wobble.

    Maybe post up a picture of the cart. I see you filled in your location and most people do not, and I missed it. Sorry.
    Mike R.
    Email: admineverlast@everlastwelders.com
    www.everlastgenerators.com
    www.everlastwelders.com
    877-755-9353 x203
    M-F 12 - 7PM PST
    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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