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    HTP Pro Pulse 300

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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    $5,600? that's pretty rich. You can get a Lincoln Powermig 350 MP for $5K. What does this unit do that the Lincoln won't?
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Quote Originally Posted by Louie1961 View Post
    $5,600? that's pretty rich. You can get a Lincoln Powermig 350 MP for $5K. What does this unit do that the Lincoln won't?
    Well it's my early birthday present to myself, so why not? Last summer I bought a pair of speakers for my music listening pleasure that only cost me $6,300 for the pair. Yes I spoil myself rotten. Haven't you heard? This thing welds by itself!
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    It's only money honey. If HTP puts it out there its likely better than Blue or Red ( or yellow).
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    I have heard that the machine is made in Germany by Stel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by precivilization View Post
    I have heard that the machine is made in Germany by Stel.


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    Welcome to several years ago, lol. A lot of HTP products are made by Stel in Italy.
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Congrats.


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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Congratulations man. If it wasn't for warranty issues, I would buy this.



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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    That is a beast , looks nice Oscar how is the arc on it?
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Where did you order this one?

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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Quote Originally Posted by pgk View Post
    That is a beast , looks nice Oscar how is the arc on it?
    This was the very first bead that I ran with it. I only adjusted the run-in time, and the pinch. Used the synergic setting for 0.236" on the high-side. 1/4" plate. A little bit of spatter, but I think it's because I'm not used to the recessed tip. I still have yet to play around with it some more. It is also a very capable stick welder. It is like having the HTP Inverarc stick welder built-in, only with 300A of capability. Hot-start, Arc Force, and Pulse adjust-ability when in stick welding mode. Burns 6010s like a mofo.








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    Where did you order this one?

    HTP-brand welders are only sold by HTP America. www.usaweld.com
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    If that weld was produce with C25 in "short arc mode", the spatter level is more than likely due to the voltage level. At 200 amps, you should still see real good arc energy, with lighter spatter, with the voltage set in the 24 - 25 volt range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    If that weld was produce with C25 in "short arc mode", the spatter level is more than likely due to the voltage level. At 200 amps, you should still see real good arc energy, with lighter spatter, with the voltage set in the 24 - 25 volt range.
    It was indeed. I thought it might have been due to the voltage, but I wasn't absolutely sure because my two previous MIG welders were an Eastwood MIG 175 and a Millermatic 211, neither of which have actual voltage levels on the dials. I will dial down the voltage and try things out again.
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Oscar now that you have that new Pro Pulse 300 you better update your sig. weld beads look good, I'm sure once you spend a little time with it you'll find it's sweet spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgk View Post
    Oscar now that you have that new Pro Pulse 300 you better update your sig. weld beads look good, I'm sure once you spend a little time with it you'll find it's sweet spot.
    True that! Done.
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    at that voltage you were probably not in pure short arc mode. More likely you were bordering on globular and/or spray.
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Jodi's tig looks like this one. He put out a video yesterday using it. I didn't get a look at the name.
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Did you get the aluminum gun as well?


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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzoo View Post
    It's only money honey. If HTP puts it out there its likely better than Blue or Red ( or yellow).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Louie1961 View Post
    at that voltage you were probably not in pure short arc mode. More likely you were bordering on globular and/or spray.
    I agree, the bead definitely ran hot like what I've seen spray do on videos, but had a crackle to it.

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    Did you get the aluminum gun as well?


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    Not yet, but I'm thinking an 8-10ft gun with a dedicated liner for aluminum.

    Quote Originally Posted by One1 View Post
    Jodi's tig looks like this one. He put out a video yesterday using it. I didn't get a look at the name.
    I saw that aluminum TIG video from Jody. That's a CK TIG (or the Mr TIG version of the CK TIG).
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    Re: HTP Pro Pulse 300

    Oscar, I am still interested to know...does this unit do anything the Lincoln 350MP won't do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Louie1961 View Post
    Oscar, I am still interested to know...does this unit do anything the Lincoln 350MP won't do?
    Man, you are persistent . Let me take a stab at it. The 350MP is a bigger machine both in size/weight and output, and while it is a phenomenal machine, it's very heavy, bulky and outdated. This is a light inverter with close-ish capabilities (amps output), much more user friendly interface and large LCD screen, it has all the bells and whistles and it's made by a reputable Italian company, DC TIG is better, AL welding is a lot cheaper with HTP, no need for $2000 push-pull gun, so if you factor that, it is ultimately much cheaper than the 350mp, it's good looking and he is happy with it I suppose .

    That being said, If I'm in the market for that class of a welder, I'm going with the 350mp.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Louie1961 View Post
    Oscar, I am still interested to know...does this unit do anything the Lincoln 350MP won't do?
    Louie, I don't know anything about the Lincoln 350MP.
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