Multi-Process MTS

Multi Process Inverter Welders, also called MTS welding machines are now widely used in domestic and commercial applications. Their space saving, cost reducing principles have gained popularity in the Australian and global welding markets. They sell themselves as they contain most welding functions typically required such as MIG for speed, Tig for accuracy and Stick for simplicity. The Tokentools Inverter Multi Process Mig welding machines ship standard with all torches so you are ready to weld straight out of the box if using stick rods or gasless mig wire. For Tig functions you will also need a gas regulator, gas bottle and tungsten electrodes. All machines on sale via the Tokentools online have a 5 year parts and labour warranty across Australia.

Mig Welder Multiprocess 3in1 MTS Mig Tig Stick - Tokentools MIG200

CODE: TTMIG200

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$1,399.00   $949.00
-32%

An inverter multiprocess mig welder, the Tokentools MIG200 is a 240 volt MIG, TIG and MMA ARC Welder rolled into one lightweight package. Also known as an MTS (Mig Tig Stick) welder, this machine features DC MIG / DC MAG, DC TIG, DC MMA ARC with reversible polarity for gas and gasless mig wire use. The constant voltage (CV) and constant current (CC) power source is made possible by a high efficiency 25 kiloherz IGBT quad core inverter matrix and the wire drive is smoothly driven by a pulse width modulated controller and features twin rollers with a metal gearbox. Other benefits are the digital volts display, digital amps display, over 100 voltage selections in 0.1 volt increments, in short you’ve got the ultimate unit designed for precision MIG MAG TIG and MMAW applications for all weldable materials.


Synergic Mig Welder Multi-Process MIG210S

CODE: MM-MIG210S

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$1,748.00   $1,249.00
-29%
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A Synergic Mig Welder, the Tokentools Metalmaster MIG210S is a digital controlled 240 volt Synergic MIG, TIG and MMA ARC welding machine. So what is a Synergic Mig welder and how can you benefit? Synergic Mig welding machines provide incremental current pulses which form small droplets of similar sized molten material on the tip of the Welding wire combined with the other specific relationships necessary for stable wire burn off. These droplets detach and fall into the weld pool. Incremental current pulses are unique to a given material and wire diameter and their details are programmed into the synergic welder control board. In practical terms, this allows an operator to pre-select wire material and diameter once for any welding operation, then adjust the one control that governs wire feed rate. Adjustments made by the operator are then displayed as an amperage setting providing easy interpretation of the amout of energy being supplied to the welding wire. The ‘one knob’ operation synonymous with this type of power source is the principal advantage of such a system compared to conventional non-synergic sets that require independent volts and wire speed settings that cannot be interpreted as amperage without complex calculations.

 
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