Eastwood TIG Welder 200 Amp AC/DC
Product Review (submitted on May 26, 2012):
Got my tig. Followed "instructions", Hooked up a bottle of argon. Put two pieces of 0.25 in thick carbon steel together and went at it. 120v and 180 amps stuck them together enough that a 20# sledge swingig as hard as i could would not bust the weld. No filler rod used either. will have to update you when i break it hydraulically. No problems with trigger or foot start. Can't wait till i run it on 220v. Gas flow seemed consitent. Not too shabby for a total novice when it come to inert gas welding. For a do it yourselfer, in the home garage. It does its job so far. I will post again when i try some aluminum, ss, maybe a little hasteloy, and some more exotic metal...I will say that most problems people complain about this tig can be fixed no problem by anyone with just a little bit of mechanical skills and common sense.