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The Eastwood Elite TIG 200 LCD WELDER is a highly versatile machine that allows both TIG and Stick welding on both 120 and 240 volts. The Eastwood exclusive, color LCD User Interface Screen provides maximum ease of use and quick navigation. Five fully programmable presets allow simple and easy retrieval of favorite settings. The latest Welder Inverter Technology delivers a unit that is compact and lightweight, while fully capable of high quality welds up to 1/4” on steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
This Eastwood LCD TIG also has features to make you a better fabricator like a pulse function to minimize warpage and blow-through and the option of either finger or rocker style foot pedal controls. A flex head torch with gas lens kit (expensive upgrades on other units) come standard with this machine for the best welds. We’ve designed the best TIG welding machine that has all the pro features you need at an amazingly low price. A three-year manufacturer’s warranty shows how confident we are that our digital TIG welders will perform.
You won't believe how easy the LCD screen is to navigate and program to get great welds. Whether you're new to TIG welding or a seasoned pro, you'll be stacking dimes quicker than ever with this Eastwood Elite 200 Amp TIG Welder.
The rated Duty Cycle refers to the amount of welding that can be done within an amount of time. The Eastwood Elite TIG 200 LCD has a duty cycle of 20% at 200 Amps. 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 internal 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 Amperage Output control.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: When setting up the machine for TIG welding, ensure that the Ground Cable and Clamp are connected into the Positive (+) Connection, Position b (Page 9 of the instructions). TIG welding is an Electrode Negative process, and the Ground Cable must be installed in the Positive (+) Connection.
The original manual (Rev 1 on back of booklet) incorrectly states the opposite connection method. The image in the booklet is correct. Please click the link above for the revised instruction sheet.
What is High Frequency Start for TIG welding?
High Frequency Start (HF) allows the operator to position the tungsten electrode near the metal to be welded and simply press the torch trigger or foot pedal to start the arc. HF is typically found on professional TIG welding machines with AC/DC function that also allows you to weld both steel and aluminum. This is a preferred method over lesser units that use a Scratch Start system that is not user friendly because it makes the operator touch the tungsten to the metal to be welded to start the arc. This makes it very difficult to maintain a good clean tungsten because it can easily stick to the material to be welded.
What does AC/DC mean in TIG welding?
DC polarity means the machine can weld steel. AC means it can weld aluminum. An AC/DC machine has the capabilities to weld both steel and aluminum and is typically the preferred machine for fabrication because of the ability to weld both materials.
Can I use a TIG Cooler with this unit?
Yes, Eastwood offers TIG Coolers for Eastwood machines and other brands. They can be found here: Eastwood TIG Coolers.
What is the best way to sharpen a tungsten?
A dedicated grinder should always be used to sharpen a tungsten. If you use a standard bench grinder that is used to grind other metals, the debris from the grinding wheel will contaminate the tungsten and create a bad arc and poor welds. We suggest a dedicated hand held Tungsten Grinder to sharpen tungstens. Tungsten Grinders can be found here: Want Better Welds! Keep your tungsten sharp with the Eastwood Tungsten Grinder. Click here for a Tungsten Grinder
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