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    Every so often, some small Hobart inverter TIG units show up en mass at HGR (3-5 on a pallet), and
    someone comes in a buys them all up right away.

    These look like pint sized versions of a cyber tig with a fancy programming panel (800 series)

    Must have a good use somewhere, a following of sorts.

    I found an image online:
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    Last edited by digger doug; 10-09-2019 at 10:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ries View Post
    were these made in Japan?
    Since Esab bought Thermadyne 5 years ago, the Thermal Arc line is pretty much gone, replaced with similar, but probably european made, Esab small inverter welders.

    So welders like yours are only available used.

    I think these were all made by Sanrex in Japan. I know that Sanrex makes welders under its own brand, and that they are available in the US.
    Haven’t personally used one, but have heard good things...


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