I have never used their products and have no idea about their quality, but those are websites to companies that sell Plasma cutter/ACDC welder combo. It's chinese stuff. If you're fine with that, I'd recomend you research their track record before buying them. Thought I'd throw it out there anyway. I don't think any reputable companies that are based in North America make a combo unit such as the one you want.
Personally, I'd recomend buying a used brand name AC/DC welder (square way or inverter) with a water cooled torch setup. And a plasma cutter separetly.
ps: If you don't know how to tig, I'd recomend you take a class from a community college if that's available to you. In the end it will save you a lot of time, money, frustration, and answer all of your questions. You'll be a better welder a lot quicker.
well guys after doing some research and looking at the suggested 2 in 1 options, i decided to go with seperate units.
I picked up a Miller Spectrum 375 for about $750 slightly used
Now i'm gonna start hunting for a good deal on a Miller Tig.
I really like the Dynasty 200 DX, but i'm gonna have to hold off until i can afford it or i find a good killer deal on one. Until then, i'll be sticking with my Mig welder.
thanks for the help guys.
Tony Simeone (95 Civic Ex) NEW - Dart 2.0 (9.0:1), Dart CNC Ported Head (Revable to 10k), Garrett t3/t3 .70/.82
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