Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX
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    Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX

    I’ve been thinking for some time about getting a TIG machine, any pros or cons with the 250EX? I am a hobbiest and will not be doing any aluminum over 3/16 (for the most part)

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    Re: Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX

    Can you get the 255EXT with a water cooler? My Miller Dynasty 300 I think it is called the Tig runner. It came with a water cooler.
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    Re: Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX

    Quote Originally Posted by CEP View Post
    Can you get the 255EXT with a water cooler? My Miller Dynasty 300 I think it is called the Tig runner. It came with a water cooler.
    I believe it comes with a water cooled and standard torch. They sell water coolers separate. Hey... that tractor driver in your profile doesn’t look like Mrs CEP
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    Re: Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX

    Quote Originally Posted by JAS View Post
    Hey... that tractor driver in your profile doesn’t look like Mrs CEP
    At one time, years, and, years ago!
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    SG Spool gun
    1937 IdealArc-300
    PowerArc 200ST
    3 SA-200s
    Vantage 400





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    Re: Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX

    Quote Originally Posted by CEP View Post
    At one time, years, and, years ago!
    CEP I sent Lugweld a message about the 255EXT.... when he responds I'll talk to him about that external cooler VS my ancient Miller cooler
    1963 SA 200 Redface, rebuilt by me, bodywork by CEP
    Everlast 255EXT w/W300 cooler
    Miller 212 Autoset
    Miller Xtreme 375
    Bridgeport Mill
    South Bend 9" Lathe


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    Re: Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX

    pm sent... I think. net connection keeps going down this morning for some reason.
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    Re: Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX

    Thanks Lugweld. How long is the sale going on?
    1963 SA 200 Redface, rebuilt by me, bodywork by CEP
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    Miller 212 Autoset
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    Re: Thinking about a PowerTig 250EX

    Quote Originally Posted by JAS View Post
    Thanks Lugweld. How long is the sale going on?
    Sale?? Details??? Thinking about buying something
    Edgar

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