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Old 07-10-2019, 04:27 PM
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Moe, what is he wanting to learn to TIG on? Steel, stainless steel, aluminum, etc. If just steel or stainless steel he could go old school with just a dc welder and a Tig torch with a gas valve knob. It would of course be a scratch start instead of a hi-freq start. I did it that way for many of years of off an Airco Dip Stick 160 and a Lincoln Ranger 8 engine drive. Horror fright has the titanium dc welder for about $249 right now and a Tig torch with gas valve knob should not be too expensive to keep him under $500 I would think.
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