Never Again

  1. roblane65

    roblane65 Member

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    Newcastle UK
    Thanks Matt but is there anything else on the market at £1600 that would come near that spec for the money ? it's food for thought though. To be honest I didnt really want to go that far with the cost and for want I want to do I good probably get away the a DC tig anyhow. But as you do when you start looking at stuff the spec seems to get higher and higher ! and the cost :doh:
     
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  2. johnakay

    johnakay Member

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    teesside
    try weldquip.
    I've had my pareweld for about 8 years and still going strong.
    once a year I give it a good clean. the dust and muck its a wonder it didn't stop working.
     
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  3. howardm

    howardm Yorkshireman in exile

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    Location:
    Aberdeen
    Many many thanks to Matt for sorting out my machine, he is a Huge asset to Lorch.

    I was ready to throw this machine in the skip, but, he took ownership of the problem
    and got it to someone who actually knows how to fix them.
    She’s working fine now, sounds sweet.

    My HandyTIG now resides in the conservatory until needed, SWMBO is peeved, but, that’s normal anyway.

    Thx Matt
    Howard
     
  4. matt1978

    matt1978 www.lorch.eu

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    Location:
    UK, Cannock
    Hi Howard,

    Glad your all up and running. Pleased I could help

    Best Wishes,

    Matt
     
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