Lift Arc Tig Welders

Lift arc tig welders feature two variants. Variant 1 is a Touch Lift Arc start that can sense the short circuit that results when touching the tungsten to the work piece when arc striking reducing the current momentarily until the tungsten lifts away forming igniting the TIG arc with minimal tungsten contamination. Variant 2 is a Scratch Lift Arc start whereby the tungsten is struck like a match on the workpiece at a set start current after which the main control panel welding current is sloped in to the preset value. 

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$799.00 379 $379.00
The Metalmaster Miniarc 200 STL  is a portable inverter MMA / Stick and TIG welder weighing just 7.0 Kilograms. The first version of this welder was...
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$1,249.00 749 $749.00

The Solter iCON 185o inverter welder will compliment your welding tool line up and if you need dependable power the Solter iCON welding products are built tough for professional use in all industries.

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$1,449.00 949 $949.00

Most powerful in it's class, the Solter iCON 2050 Pro is an inverter ARC TIG Welder for those that are serious about their welding. The Solter iCON 2050 Pro inverter welder will compliment your welding tool line up and if you need dependable power the Solter iCON welding products are built tough for professional use in all industries.

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Save 26% Synergic Mig-Welder-Metalmaster-210S
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$1,748.00 1299 $1,299.00

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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