I'd second the Jasic TIG 315 multi wave, top class bit of kit for the money.
The sheer number of them in use warrants this.
There's no doubt about it, it's 100% made by Jasic. They'll make for anyone in any colour as long as they buy enough. The difference with the UK...
Some good options:
GYS Multi Pearl 200.4 XL
Parweld XTM 201DI
ESAB Rebel 215ic
All brilliant multi process fully synergic welders, all dual...
Could have a word with Torton Bodies, they do all sorts of aluminium welding, not sure if this will be in their wheelhouse though :)
I'd love to but wouldn't have the time for it at the moment, got heaps on :doh::doh:
haha, everyones welcome to message me what they want and i'll sort out some forum discount ;)
Haha, that'll be at around half past never on Thursday :D:D:D:whistle:
Nah, in all seriouness if you want a good price on one send me over a PM...
Yep, still made in France. The only machines that are made in PRC are their EasyMIG range, some of their SmartMIG range and some of their newer...
I'll be going, not sure whether as an exhibitor or visitor just yet.
I don't mind losing the zones, so long as I can control it remotely. I'll take a look at radio and nest. Thanks for your helps lads, now I know it...
No picture, but it's a dimplex PW4 if that makes any difference?
Sorry lads, I'm a bit useless at all this kinda stuff!
Okay brilliant. Can I ask what you think the advantages of nest over hive are?
A quick question to those in the know.. my house has electric heaters, all controlled by an on the wall thermostat with heating zones etc.. set...
They just don't give a toss about their tools, they'll chuck them around and batter them in every which way.
Whilst we're on the subject of tools.. anyone got any good recommendations for HSS cutters?
They did indeed, they're lads are animals with them. They go through abrasives like there's no tomorrow.
Haha, if only! The marketing budget ain't that big!
Perhaps. Not the point of the thread but if you need something let me know.
I remember reading somewhere that vibration stats on their tools are always very good, I believe it may have been from @Brad93?
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