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Hf Titanium Brand Multi Process Welder- Opinions

Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by DrDanteIII, May 22, 2020.

  1. May 22, 2020
    DrDanteIII

    DrDanteIII Now with 95% more running jeep.

    Milford NJ 08848
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    Unlimited 200™ Professional Multiprocess Welder with 120/240 Volt Input

    The specs seems good for the price, and consider I don't need it all that often I like the multi process flexibility. The dual voltage is a nice option too.

    I'm currently running a 15 year old no-name mig with shielding gas, and its served me fairly well, but is underpowered a lot of times.

    What do you think?
     
  2. May 22, 2020
    IRQVET

    IRQVET Bubbaification Exorcist

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    Price is good for a multiprocess welder, but that brand doesn't have a long enough track record for me to feel comfortable. HF is big on the Goldielocks theme: Good, Better, Best.

    Good- Chicago Electric
    Better- Titanium
    Best- Vulcan

    I've put hands on the Titanium in-store and everything felt very cheaply made and flimsy to me especially next to the Vulcan. But keep in mind, I'm a Hobart guy and those things are over built.

    OmniPro™ 220 Industrial Multiprocess Welder with 120/240 Volt Input

    I wasn't all that impressed with the Titanium to be honest, just one look at the drive roll system and how cheesy its built was a turn off for me. For that kind of money, I spend a little more and stick with one of the American made big 3 (Miller, Hobart, Lincoln) if it were me; but hey if its what you want- go for it. (y)
     
    Last edited: May 23, 2020 at 11:42 PM

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