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    Default PowerTig350EXT release

    I'm in the market for a 300+ amp inverter TIG. I've been on a small syncrowave for 14 years and it's just not powerful enough for some of my projects. I also need the advanced waveforms and pulser to improve some of my products. I have been researching for a while, and found reference to the 350EXT here and other places. The limited information I found on the 350LX seems likely to meet my needs with respect to duty cycle and peak amps, but it seems it's not fully released yet so I don't know the full story on the machine. Do anyone have any more info on this?

    Do you know when I can purchase, and what the price will be? Do you know what accessories come with it? I see Everlast has been working on some nice looking super-flex torch products, but not sure they have the ampacity to work with a 300+ amp machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad86tsi View Post
    I'm in the market for a 300+ amp inverter TIG. I've been on a small syncrowave for 14 years and it's just not powerful enough for some of my projects. I also need the advanced waveforms and pulser to improve some of my products. I have been researching for a while, and found reference to the 350EXT here and other places. The limited information I found on the 350LX seems likely to meet my needs with respect to duty cycle and peak amps, but it seems it's not fully released yet so I don't know the full story on the machine. Do anyone have any more info on this?

    Do you know when I can purchase, and what the price will be? Do you know what accessories come with it? I see Everlast has been working on some nice looking super-flex torch products, but not sure they have the ampacity to work with a 300+ amp machine.
    Everlast sells larger machines on special order (I believe). Just call sales and tell them what you need 877 755 WELD
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    I have been waiting for a machine like this. I thought it would be announced here first, but I see there posts on WeldingWeb from quite a while ago about this machine.
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    Well I ask 2 months ago if a new EXT was coming out and got the answer NO and now here it is well to late for Everlast I now own a Miller Dynasty 400 very nice machine and quite fans on demand, welder and cooler. I have bought over 14 welders and plasma machines from Everlast and I get an answer NO. I was looking for a push pull Mig machine and got the same answer NO 4 to 5 months later they have one. We got a nice new push pull Miller now.
    Everlast PowerTig 325EXT (Canada)
    Everlast Power I Mig 250 (Canada)
    Everlast PowerPlasma 80S (Canada)
    Everlast PowerCool W300 (Canada)
    Everlast PowerMTS 250S Fitted with a 30A Spoolgun(Canada)
    Miller Dynasty 400 wireless(Canada)
    Millermatic 252 plus 30A Spoolgun(Canada)

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    Well all is work nicely with the new welder it would have been nice to use the 325 EXT but the fan is so loud and the water pump is loud also just needed the four fan system.

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    Everlast PowerTig 325EXT (Canada)
    Everlast Power I Mig 250 (Canada)
    Everlast PowerPlasma 80S (Canada)
    Everlast PowerCool W300 (Canada)
    Everlast PowerMTS 250S Fitted with a 30A Spoolgun(Canada)
    Miller Dynasty 400 wireless(Canada)
    Millermatic 252 plus 30A Spoolgun(Canada)

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