- Eastwood Elite MP200i Multi Process Welder - MIG, TIG, Stick
Eastwood Elite MP200i Multi Process Welder - MIG, TIG, Stick
Eastwood Elite MP200i Multi Process Welder - MIG, TIG, Stick
Item #20569 Brand: Eastwood
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Do professional welding work even if you’re just an enthusiastic weekend shop warrior with the Eastwood Elite MP200i Welder. The R&D guys have developed our most advanced 200-amp inverter welder for three-in-one welding power. Weld up to 3/8-inch thick steel using the included MIG, TIG or stick torch and an assortment common consumables. The digital display and infinitely adjustable knobs of this lightweight multi-process welder give the accurate settings you need. Add a spool gun and you can weld aluminum, too!
The Eastwood Elite MP200i Multi Process Welder Features:
- MIG, Stick or TIG Weld
- Latest IGBT Inverter Technology
- 120 VAC or 230 VAC Input Voltage
- 200-amp maximum welding output
- 40% Duty Cycle @ 90A 120 VAC
- 20% Duty Cycle @ 200A 230 VAC
- Welds up to 3/8” thick steel
- Built-in Spot Weld Timer
latest IGBT inverter technology
The latest IGBT inverter technology produces the most stable arc possible and provides the capability of welding thin or heavy gauge steel with precision and ease. A powerful, 200 amp maximum welding output allows welding up to 3/8” thick steel and a unique, built-in Spot Weld Timer feature allows for exact, factory perfect spot welds on automotive restoration projects.
MIG and Flux Core Welding
Stick (ARC) Welding
(1) - MP200i Dual-Voltage, Multi-Process Welder
(1) – Adapter Cord, 12 Ga., 3’ [0.91m], 120Volt 30 Amp Plug/NEMA 50R Receptacle
(1) - Shielding Gas Regulator
(1) - Shielding Gas Hose, 4.6’ [1.4m]
(1) - Ground Clamp with 10’ [3m] Cable
(1) - Trafimet ERGOPLUS 24, Tweeco Style MIG Torch. 10’ Length. (0 .030”/0.8mm contact tip installed)
(5) - Spare 0.030 Contact Tips
(1) - Electrode Holder with 12.5’ [3.8m] Cable
(1) - TIG Torch with 10’ [3m] cable, 14’ [4.3m] Gas Line
(1) - #4 Gas Nozzle (1/4”)
(1) - #5 Gas Nozzle (5/16”)
(1) - #6 Gas Nozzle (3/8”) (Installed)
(1) - Short Black Cap (Installed)
(1) - Long Black Cap
(1) - Collet Body, 1/8” [3.2mm] (Installed)
(1) - Collet, 1/16” [1.6mm] (Installed)
(1) - Collet, 1/16” [1.0mm]
(1) - Collet, 1/16” [2.0mm]
(1) - 1/16” x 6” Tungsten (Gray)
(1) - Welding Wire Spool, 2lb., 0.030” Solid Wire
(5) - Welding Rods, 1/8” E6013
20645 Spool Gun for welding aluminum is optional and not included.
Input power: VAC 120-230
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Rated input current: 20 Amps 120 VAC - 36 Amps 230 VAC
Rated working voltage: 18.5 volts @ 120 VAC - 24 volts @ 230 VAC
MIG welding current: 30-90 A @ 120 VAC | 30-200 A @ 230 VAC
TIG welding current: 20-90 A @ 120 VAC | 20-200 A @ 230 VAC
Stick welding current: 30-70 A @ 120 VAC | 30-170 A @ 230 VAC
Rated duty cycle: 120 VAC 40% @ 90A - 230 VAC 20% @ 200A
Weight: 34 lbs.
Recommended MIG Welding Wire
Solid: 0.023-0.035" (0.6-0.9mm)
Stainless: 0.023-0.035" (0.6-0.9mm)
Flux Core: 0.030-0.035" (0.8-0.9mm)
Recommended 20645Spool Gun Welding Wire
4043 Aluminum: 0.030-0.035" (0.8-0.9mm)
Recommended ARC Welding Rods
E6010: 1/16",3/32",1/8" - Polarity: DCEN
E6011: 1/16",3/32",1/8" - Polarity: DCEN
E6013: 1/16",3/32",1/8" - Polarity: DCEN, DCEP
E7014: 1/16",3/32",1/8" - Polarity: DCEN, DCEP
The rated Duty cycle refers to the amount of welding that can be done within an amount of time. The Eastwood MP200i has a duty cycle of 20% at 200 Amps for 230 Volts and 40% at 90 Amps for 120 Volts. It is easiest to look at your welding time in blocks of 10 Minutes and the Duty Cycle being a percentage of that 10 Minutes. If welding at 200 Amps with a 20% Duty Cycle, within a 10 Minute block of time you can weld for 2 Minutes with 8 Minutes of cooling for the Welder.
If the Duty Cycle is exceeded, the Welder will automatically shut off, however the fan will continue running to cool the components. When a safe temperature has been reached, the Welder will automatically switch the Welder output back on. To increase the duty cycle you can turn down the Voltage Output control.
Always wear dry, protective clothing and leather welding gloves and insulated footwear. Use suitable clothing made from
durable flame-resistant material to protect your skin. Thoroughly read and understand this manual before using.
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20645 Eastwood MP140i MP200i Spool Gun
20000 MIG Consumables Kit
12224 0.030” Contact Tips (5 Pack)
12211 0.025” Contact Tips (5 Pack)
20412 0.035” Contact Tips (5 Pack)
12225 0.030” Flux Core Wire, 2lbs, 4” Spool
12227 0.030” Solid MIG Wire, 2lbs, 4” Spool
20176 1/16” E3 “Purple” Tungsten
20177 1/32” E3 “Purple” Tungsten
What The Pro's Think - Brian Kurtz - ASME & API Certified Welder
"We put the MP200i through its paces, overall, it’s a great machine. TIG, MIG, STICK, arc control was awesome, stable and consistent across all processes."
Miller® vs Eastwood® Elite MP200i: MIG - TIG - STICK - Which is THE BEST Welder for the Money?
"Welding with these welders, we had both machines at the same settings. Both are very comparable, but in my honest opinion, Eastwood would be my choice." Comparing MP200i to Miller Multimatic 215
"Am I good to give my opinion that I like the Eastwood better? Because honestly I do" - Comparing MP200i to Miller Multimatic 215.
Finney Metal Art
“I hope you are enjoying your summer. I have been using the Multipurpose Welder and have been very impressed with the mig function it has a very stable arc and the spot timer is a very handy add on . The stick function works as it should I burned about 10 rods of 1/8 7018 building some work tables at my friends shop. After you get used to the old school scratch start on the tig it has a nice stable arc and works great on thicker metal and I used it to build a killer railroad anvil you can see on my insta page. I would be more than happy to pay a little more to have a foot pedal but I honestly think this machine at this price point is a great deal.”
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