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    Jewelry Welders

    HI, I am looking for a Jewelry Welder for my work but know very little about them. Can anyone tell me anything about them like what to avoid in them and what to look for? So far I was able to find two from Orion Jewelry welders that looked pretty good.
    http://www.orionjewelrywelders.com/orion-pulse-150i.php and
    http://www.orionjewelrywelders.com/o...weler-plus.php.
    Has anyone used either of these machines or ones like?

    Thanks for you guys input ahead of time.
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    Re: Jewelry Welders

    And you're too busy to do your own google searching?
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    Re: Jewelry Welders

    Quote Originally Posted by dave powelson View Post
    And you're too busy to do your own google searching?
    Who said that I was too busy to do my own google search? I was just wondering if anyone could help me out a bit. I am still searching in ever path I can.
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    Re: Jewelry Welders

    Hey Mr. Mohon,
    Here is a superb precision micro-welder that would fill you needs nicely. I have had the pleasure to use on at a shop nearby that does micro-welding repairs for the tool & die arena. They have (4) of them used daily. This unit can weld the tips of two needles together with ease. Since Linde is now under the Esab flag, I believe they can still fill a need if a repair was needed. Here's one on E-Bay that looks to be in pristine condition & reasonably priced.

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    Re: Jewelry Welders

    Quote Originally Posted by yorkiepap View Post
    Hey Mr. Mohon,
    Here is a superb precision micro-welder that would fill you needs nicely. I have had the pleasure to use on at a shop nearby that does micro-welding repairs for the tool & die arena. They have (4) of them used daily. This unit can weld the tips of two needles together with ease. Since Linde is now under the Esab flag, I believe they can still fill a need if a repair was needed. Here's one on E-Bay that looks to be in pristine condition & reasonably priced.

    Denny

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/UNION-CARBID...832#vi-content

    Just in case you are really interested in this, be aware it's a three phase unit.

    Other than that, I can't help much except by suggesting you give a little more detail about the kind (size, metal type, etc.) of objects you are interested in welding and perhaps your shop resources.

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