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Thread: LONGEVITY TIGWELD 160 SX 160 AMP AC DC TIG STICK WELDER DUAL VOLTAGE 110v/220v

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    LONGEVITY TIGWELD 160 SX 160 AMP AC DC TIG STICK WELDER DUAL VOLTAGE 110v/220v

    Hi Guys,

    I am very excited to introduce a new TIG welder to the LONGEVITY line. The TIGWELD 160 SX is simple to use, does not have all the bells and whistles as our 200 DX line, but will lay down some excellent welds! It is lightweight, portable, and capable of 110v and 220v TIG welding. I have attached the PDF specs on this model and also a video done by Tim Robel!






    Spec Sheet: TigWeld_160SX.pdf
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    Last edited by LONGEVITY; 05-29-2012 at 02:46 PM.
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    Sounds like a fantastic unit! I've got a (very) restricted budget so I know I'm going to regret asking this but .... what's the availability and what is the list price?
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by undercut View Post
    Sounds like a fantastic unit! I've got a (very) restricted budget so I know I'm going to regret asking this but .... what's the availability and what is the list price?
    Thanks! They are very nice models. In stock and ready to ship. Priced at $649.99 + shipping. If you wish to order one, give us a call at 877-566-4462

    Thanks
    Longevity Welding
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    Looks realy cool!!
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    Very nice addition to the line Simon.
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    what is the wacked out connector for the tig torch ? must be a china thing cause no one else big name uses that connector along with torch manufacturers
    really dont see why you dont use the 7/8 14 lh thread for water cooled
    or the 5/8s for the air cooled like the rest of the industry or a simple dinse connector for the tig torch output
    Ground should say work lead well actually it should say positive and negative on the respectable terminals
    the stick terminal seems to be on the negative side but yet alot of Electrodes are ran on DCEP yet to give more confusion to the beginning welder with them thinking they dont need to switch polarities
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    Quote Originally Posted by WookieWelding View Post
    what is the wacked out connector for the tig torch ? must be a china thing cause no one else big name uses that connector along with torch manufacturers
    really dont see why you dont use the 7/8 14 lh thread for water cooled
    or the 5/8s for the air cooled like the rest of the industry or a simple dinse connector for the tig torch output
    Ground should say work lead well actually it should say positive and negative on the respectable terminals
    the stick terminal seems to be on the negative side but yet alot of Electrodes are ran on DCEP yet to give more confusion to the beginning welder with them thinking they dont need to switch polarities
    Agreed! I have sent this to the design team and factory. This was our first go at this model, it welds well and will remain in the LONGEVITY lineup! The connectors can be an easy swap in the future if you wish to upgrade.
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    Yup, I regret asking the question. Definitely out of my wallet's grasp. So why do the exciting tools have to cost more?
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    Hi Simon,

    This model is really beginning to grow on me .... Is there a copy of the user manual I can read? Does this unit utilize IGBT? Do the units currently selling have the "industry standard" connectors that WookieWelding mentioned? I noticed that the web page on this product states max 160A for stick 220v but the PDF states 140A for stick 220v. Which is correct?

    Thanks!
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    Sorry, one more question. What is the AC frequency used when AC TIG welding? I'm sure others in the forum interested in this unit might be interested in the answers to these questions too! Cheers!
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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