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    210mp tig adapter

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    Used a lincoln k466-2 and dinse tig torch connector(threaded together) to plug in a 17 torch allowing use of gas valve in unit.
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    Re: 210mp tig adapter

    No foot pedal?
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    Re: 210mp tig adapter

    I did something similar but I machined the adapter from a piece of brass. It's posted on here somewhere. Works fine in my opinion. Just wish I hadn't bought the torch with the valve on it. No automated pre/post flow but it is easy to manually generate pre/post flow. I use a pedal with mine works fine.

    Yours looks neater than mine.
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    Re: 210mp tig adapter

    @ JohnT - Yes, its on the floor out of view. Torch is a Miller, and I bought the lincoln connector kit from Praxair. Looking back on it , would've been a better deal from USAweld or someone else with a generic kit that included torch. Can't close cover all the way when connected.

    @Melted metal - I have other machines I use the torch on occasionally, so it doesn't bother me too much. Sometimes it better to have and not use , then not have it and need it. Especially using on a scissor lift with a small bottle. First time I used it I forgot about the valve at first, and thought I had the connector in the wrong position. With the Lift Arc Start preflow isn't that much of a concern, and the postflow is kind of manual. I go down low on amps, break arc with pedal, step back down to keep gas on (arc doesn't restart no HF) for as long as needed.

    just kinda thought someone would have a torch available by now. Mostly I use mine for Mig welding, butName:  DSCF1561.jpg
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Size:  147.6 KB I needed to do some stainless in a remote location, so I figured I would get it done.
    Airco 250 ac/dc Heliwelder Square wave
    Miller Synchrowave 180 sd
    Miller Econo Twin HF
    Lincoln 210 MP
    Dayton 225 ac/dc
    Victor torches
    Snap-On YA-212
    Lotos Cut60D

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