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  1. #1
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    3n1 or 4n1

    Tig unit is down and dang plasma just died. I need to replace both since these units have been here since before I was in highschool myself. The torch is screwed up on the plasma cutter and the local weld shop says that it would be cheaper to buy a new unit than it would be to replace the torch. The tig unit is a Hobart Power supply that is hooked up to a Lincoln HF, apparantly the HF unit is screwed up.

    I need to get some quotes. I have some highschool kids here that are missing out on tig and plasma with these two units being out of order.

    If you can, help a brotha out please.
    If you don't use your head you may as well have been born with two backends.That ain't exactly how Papa used to say it.

    *Linc'n WeldanPower 200 with a Wis. 2 cyl. w/handcrank
    *Linc'n AC225
    *Linc'n ProMig 180
    *tiny porta torch...

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    Re: 3n1 or 4n1

    Bluesman

    Please check you inbox


    thank you

  3. #3
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    Re: 3n1 or 4n1

    We'll be glad to help any which way we can.
    Kids need their welding skills.

    What kind of school are you teaching at? Vo Ed High School? FFA?
    Welders:
    Esab Migmaster 250
    Penncraft 230 (oldy but goody)
    HF Plasma 30 (Italian)
    Lincoln Ranger 8
    Smith Oxy/Acetylene/Propane
    Lincoln SA200
    Everlast Power Tig 250 EX
    Everlast PowerUltra 205

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    Re: 3n1 or 4n1

    Quote Originally Posted by lugweld View Post
    We'll be glad to help any which way we can.
    Kids need their welding skills.

    What kind of school are you teaching at? Vo Ed High School? FFA?
    Voc. Ag. We are a two teacher program here. We teach Ag and Natural Resources, Agriscience, and Forrestry.

    The Ag and Natural Resources class is the main "shop" class. It is 50% shop and is basically what the old Vocational Ag class was. I have some photos of some of the shop projects the kids have made this year. I'm planning on posting some of those up.
    If you don't use your head you may as well have been born with two backends.That ain't exactly how Papa used to say it.

    *Linc'n WeldanPower 200 with a Wis. 2 cyl. w/handcrank
    *Linc'n AC225
    *Linc'n ProMig 180
    *tiny porta torch...

  5. #5
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    Re: 3n1 or 4n1

    Ahh. Okay. That what I majored in in college. I left due to funding issues. Many kids have their parents pay. I had to pay all the way and got burned out the last year. But I transferred into UGA from a good ole S. GA ag school, so it served me well. Its funny where you end up. Some other guys/gals that went to school with me are teachers, but some are business owners, farmers and a few work with the dept of Ag. Its one of the best majors around. I'd like to see the pictures. How far south in MS are you?

    I sent you a pm as well discussing our product and its benefits.
    Welders:
    Esab Migmaster 250
    Penncraft 230 (oldy but goody)
    HF Plasma 30 (Italian)
    Lincoln Ranger 8
    Smith Oxy/Acetylene/Propane
    Lincoln SA200
    Everlast Power Tig 250 EX
    Everlast PowerUltra 205

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