Lorch 220 AC DC TIG manual

  1. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    Hey guys I have a interview on Friday for a welding job welding ally wanna try and change my fate if that's possible I spoke to the lad what machines they run and it happens to be these I'm not much of a TIG welder just want to get a little more knowledge on the machines
     
  2. Hood

    Hood If it walks like a duck....

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    @matt1978 should be able to help you out with a manual.
     
  3. Hood

    Hood If it walks like a duck....

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    Hope the interview goes well for you :welder:
     
  4. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    Cheers for that buddy
     
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  6. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    Cheers for that but I think it's in german
     
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    Never mind there was talk about German being the language of buisness around the world a liitle while back
     
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  9. Tigman

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    Ja ziehen sie den anderen
     
  10. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    Don't own them buddy so kinda improbable that I'd get them
     
  11. Richard.

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    Hello David
    Mate send me your email via pm and I’ll get you a user manual over.
    This machine couldn’t be simpler .You have your processes bottom left and right which you select with the buttons right next to them ie 2T, 4T, ac , dc, sticks etc.
    Then at the top you have a nice clear grid illuminated with an led to show what your changing. In ac you just keep scrolling with the arrow key and you’ll get AC frequency and balance settings. Good idea to swat up on its usage. Don’t get involved with the back menu as there will be nothing in there you’ll need to alter for a weld test.
    Personally I’d just go with what I know works for most stuff and keep it simple.
    Balance at 30
    Frequency at 100
    Set a 2 second downslope because leaving a crater isn’t good. If it happens just fix it don’t leave it.
    They are not going to expect you to be a wiz kid on the panel so if you get stuck don’t just go with whatever is set, ask them to show you how to change a certain setting. Nothing wrong with that at all. Shows you know what it needs to be set at.
    Very best of luck with the test.
     
  12. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    @Richard. Cheers for that along with the good luck. I'm just trying to work every advantage I can get due to I do very little TIG. But I feel if I can get a little knowledge about the machine I've got a little more chance in setting the machine I hope they give me a few test set up plates also
     
  13. Richard.

    Richard. Forum Supporter

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    You do have to send me the email address though Dave in order for it to work :thumbup:
     
  14. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    Sorry buddy I'm all over the place right now
     
  15. davidjohnperry a different breed

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    I must of missed that this morning I was reading the information on settings and stuff as said all over the shot
     
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