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Thread: ESAB Rogue 2OO iPro with puls versus caddy i 2200 A 33 (DC)

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    ESAB Rogue 2OO iPro with puls versus caddy i 2200 TA 33 (DC)

    I'm a hobby user and did only stick welding before. I want to learn Tig Welding.

    Can anyone tell me the difference between this two welders:

    The Rogue 200iPro, is a DC tig welder with pulse and HF.

    The Caddy tig with TA33 control panel, doesn't has pulse.

    But... the Caddy tig costs a lot more than te rogue unit..... Why? According to the esab website the specs are almost the same. What is the difference? Is there a difference in arc quality?

    I can have a Caddy tig second hand, a little cheaper than a new Rogue. But the rogue has pulse, and warranty....

    Thank you for the advice.

    P.S. Sorry for my english, it isn't perfect.
    Last edited by brt; 04-01-2022 at 03:29 PM.

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    Re: ESAB Rogue 2OO iPro with puls versus caddy i 2200 A 33 (DC)

    The rogue is DC only... No ability to weld aluminum. The caddytig is AC/DC, so it can easily weld aluminum

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    Re: ESAB Rogue 2OO iPro with puls versus caddy i 2200 A 33 (DC)

    The caddys come in 4 versions:
    DC TA33
    AC/DC TA33
    DC TA34
    AC/DC TA34

    I said this on the other forum: the caddy is an outdated machine that they still mainly sell for ac/dc but the rogue is probably a better machine on DC...
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