In the market for new mig

  1. cookey Member

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  2. stalwart_hmlc

    stalwart_hmlc Member

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    Parweld mate,all day long:thumbup:
    Come to think of it,looking at them ,i'd say they're both the same
     
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  3. Tom Orrow L

    Tom Orrow L Welding Supplies Direct

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    Parweld and WWS' machine are one in the same, Parweld just paint them red instead of purple for them.

    What thickness of material / type of working are you wanting to do?
     
  4. cookey Member

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    Not a lot of work mostly home diy and welding my landrover
    Prob max welding thickness 5mm
     
  5. cookey Member

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  6. Tom Orrow L

    Tom Orrow L Welding Supplies Direct

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    I'd avoid that one as that particular model is obsoleted by Parweld so parts will be hard to come by if it breaks in the near future.

    Have you considered a GYS SmartMIG?
     
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  7. cookey Member

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    No iv not have you a link for it ??
     
  8. doubleboost

    doubleboost Forum Supporter

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  9. cookey Member

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    Oo no I knew this would happen various welders recommended
    What I want is sum thing that will weld clean and consistent and last for years on a budget
     
  10. weldequip Forum Sponsor

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    Get that WWS model, you'll not go far wrong ;)
     
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  11. Burdekin

    Burdekin Chief Bodger

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    Go for either of them, great spec for your price range...
     
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  12. stalwart_hmlc

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    Depending what the use is i'd still go for Parweld
    According to the spec details the parweld needs a 16amp supply top end,weres the WWS wants 32amp
    Also the WWS looks to have a high volts/amps on the low range,might be a bit to high for thin stuff
     
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