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Thread: LONGEVITY PROMTS 200 MIG-TIG-STICK FABRICATOR STYLE 3 in 1 WELDER

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    LONGEVITY PROMTS 200 MIG-TIG-STICK FABRICATOR STYLE 3 in 1 WELDER

    Hi Everyone,

    I am proud to introduce the PROMTS 200, which is a 3-in-1 welder, which is capable of welding in MIG-TIG-STICK modes! This unit will rival the Fabricator 181i and the 211i. It has a power output of 200amps on both MIG and TIG modes as well 170amps on the STICK side. The TIG welding is Lift style, and the TIG torch is included with the price of $999.99.

    The internals of this machine are unbelievable and some of the best production models we have offered. I have included a setup video of this model in this thread, a product spec sheet, and will include this model going against the Fabricator 181i very soon.

    Enjoy!





    Product Spec Sheet: PROMTS 200.pdf
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    Wow that's sure a great addition to the lineup Simon.
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    Looks real Nice!
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    Wonder how the gas hook up is on back. I would think you would have to have 2 different inlets if you can just switch from one welding mode to the other on front.
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    Good point. My old weld cart was a big beast because it had two bottles in the back, one for the tig and one for the mig. The cart for that thing will need lots of hooks for hanging the cord, pedal, ground, and extra whip.
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    Never even thought of the extra things required for these multiprocess machines.

    Bit of a coincidence. It wasn't raining outside so I managed to get a couple of hours welding in. Made a few more cord holders for my cart. Came back in and read this thread!
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

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    This looks like the perfect unit for the home hobbyist handyman.
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    PROMTS 200 powerful in mig welder family.

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