Eastwood TIG Welder 110VAC/220VAC/200A Output AC/DC with Foot Pedal

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Eastwood TIG Welder 110VAC/220VAC/200A Output AC/DC with Foot Pedal
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Eastwood 110VAC/220VAC/200A Output AC/DC TIG Welder with Foot Pedal.

As a home hobbyist or light fabricator, you don't need to spend more for a "brand name" industrial TIG welder. The specially engineered 200 amp Eastwood TIG Welder offers affordable, professional-quality TIG welding on aluminum, steel and stainless steel whether it is in sheet, tube or bar stock form. Eastwood's TIG welder precisely welds thinner-gauge materials up to 1/4" thick.

The TIG200 features an AC/DC switch that allows both steel and aluminum to be welded. You'll be able to get into any space with the 14 foot torch and 10 foot ground cable. A foot pedal is used to control amperage so you can get going quickly without the need to dial-in the machine for a specific material. The infinitely adjustable foot pedal and amperage control allows accurate aluminum welding and adjustable pre- and post-gas flow results in proper arc starting, stabilization and bead cool-down. Thumb control overrides the foot pedal for out-of-position welding or when bench welding is not an option.

Kit Includes:
- TIG200 Unit
- Shielding Gas Regulator
- Shielding Gas Hose
- Ground Cable with Clamp, 10'
- TIG Torch (17 Series), 14'
- Foot Pedal for Amperage Control
- 110v-to-200v Adapter Plug
- Instruction Manual
- Handheld Shield
- Hammer/Brush
- #7 Cup (7/16"), #6 Cup (3/8"), #5 Cup (5/16")
- Long Back Cap, Short Back Cap
- 3/32" Collet Body, 3/32" Collet, 1/16" Collet, 2.0mm Collet
- Thoriated Tungsten (2.0mm Red)

- Input Voltage: Single-Phase 110vAC or 220vAC (+/- 15 percent) at 50-60Hz
- Input Amperage: 28 amps
- Output Amperage: 10-200 amps AC/DC
- No Load Voltage: 51
- AC Duty Cycle (Percent): 20-80 (80 percet at 100 amps, 20 percent at 200 amps)
- Post-Gas Flow: 2-8 seconds
- Pre-Gas Flow: 0.1-1.0 seconds
- Efficiency: 80 percent

Eastwood's TIG welder operates on a 110vAC 15 amp circuit or a 220vAC 30 amp circuit. The TIG welder automatically switches from 110v to 220v depending on input. Duty cycle runs around 45 percent at 150 amps. A high frequency start provides precise arc control and a square wave inverter ensures accurate aluminum welding. WP-17 type torch accepts common cups and collets, up to 1/8" electrodes.

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Eastwood TIG Welder 110VAC/220VAC/200A Output AC/DC with Foot Pedal is rated 4.186 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am learning alot, it's great! I have been using this in hopes of restoring a 1973 Challenger that I have to replace every major body panel and floor pan. Thought I would use it to fill in the seams between roof and quarter panels. Not as easy as it may. I have never used one before and it takes practice, lots of practice. I have found that the charts are a guide and a place to start but amperage should be adjusted to create a perfect puddle. Aluminum is even harder. I think the finger trigger is a great feature, I thought I would hate it. But, I am learning a lot and will get where I need to be with it shortly.
Date published: 2015-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Rocky Start But Okay Now I bought the TIG 200 AC/DC and received it quickly. After putting it all together the solenoid valve for the shielding gas only worked intermittently after only approximately four hours of welding. Tough to weld without shielding gas! After several communications I sent the first unit back and got a replacement. Now all is well except for the learning curve and sharpening tungsten regularly since I dip them. I am working through that phase. I am a hobby welder mainly using stick and mig and will only use the tig infrequently so the TIG 200 is just what I need. I did replace the pressure regulator gauge included for a flow meter and that seems to better control gas flow and overall argon consumption. All in all I am satisfied with the purchase.
Date published: 2015-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great cheap little welder. First let me say that I am an experienced welder, been tig welding mainprofessionally for 8 years now I have also welded steel and stainless steel off and on for those 8 years. This is a great little machine for a novice or experienced welder to have at home. I did have problems with the first machine a recieved but eastwood's great customer service replaced it with no fuss, also I should add when they shipped my second machine I recieved it very fast. I would highly recommend this machine to anyone that is looking for a home use tig welder.
Date published: 2015-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from starts off ok then but as it gets used.. hahaha I purchased this unit almost a year and a half ago... the dc side works prety good.. but... the AC side is donkey... I think its starting to slow down in its ac cycle.... and on that note the ac balance on this machine is not worth a cake... the foot pedal is very coarse so do not expect to be able to feather out your stops... it comes with horrible gauges... its not even a cheep donkey flow gauge come one now!!!! then there's the tig torch its falls apart and the hose decays I'm on my third... oh and this is the second machine they have sent me and I need the bugger replaced again do to the ac hz have gon to heck and are blowing my tungsten out... Great machine as long as you just use it for ac... sound like others have had better luck good for you.
Date published: 2015-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall good value for the price I purchased this over a month ago and finally have had time to test it some. Tonite I welded a Land Rover aluminum block, a crack in the water jacket. Using a rosebud to heat the engine, I ran the welder for 8-10 minute at a time full throttle! AC square wave adjustment worked well at cleaning the area and then adjusting it to gain max heat into work piece. All this on 120vac! I needed more amps like a 350 amp model , but I kept using rosebud to heat it then weld some. My only addition to the welder was the addition of a gas lens so I can 1) extend the electrode farther out of the cup for hard to reach areas, and 2) to conserve gas, by using a gas lens you may be able to dial back gas flow, as the gas lens projects the gas in a column around the electrode.
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great customer service mediocre welder at best I bought this first about one year ago, the first one brand new out of the box shocked me literally... Shocked me because of an internal electrical problem. They replaced it right away. I was very apprehensive about it's ability afterwards so I didn't use it much... A few weeks back I needed to weld some fittings into a valve cover... And the ac side failed and would overheat. So like the great company they are they shipped a new one right out. So far so good after fixing the gas leaks inside the case. You get what you pay for and I would have been far better off buying a used miller or Lincoln for a little more money. I tried to sell it and trade it in and my weld supplier won't even take it. Pretty much I would buy from Eastwood but can't recommend this welder
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Welder, But does'nt last! I purchased this TIG welder 1 1/2 years ago. It welds great and is a great price, however Eastwood has had to replace it under warranty 2 times now! Thank God for the 3 year warranty because every 6 to 7 months it stops working. The 1st problem was the variable power was not working thru the foot pedal. The 2nd unit just quit running (would not turn on). If you want a welder that lasts for the long haul, pay more money and avoid the 2 weeks of waiting for replacement hassel.
Date published: 2015-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didnt work out of the box. Bought this welder being very skeptical, but after reading reviews and running into someone who owned one and was very happy with it i went ahead and purchased one. The day it got it here i set it up got everything ready, started my first weld and after about 5 sec of welding the machine made a noise and now wont strike a arc and makes a terrible sound. I will be returning this for a refund. Thought it would be worth a chance but clearly it isnt.
Date published: 2015-03-22
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Product Video

By Bill Tumas: Here we have the Eastwood Tig 200. It's a 200 amp AC/DC Tig Router, which means it'll do mild steel, stainless steel and also aluminum. It runs off at 220 power but it also has an adapter plug. It can run off at 110 and that plug is included. You got all your hook ups here. You got your gages for your gas. You got your progressive foot pedal. You got your torch and you also have a finger control on your torch.

Your ground and clamp, everything you need to start welding is here, all you have to do is hook it up to a gas bottle which would be 100% argon. You have to run with this and you're ready to start welding. Tigs are very nice and very cool to weld. You can hammer weld with them and you can weld a variety of different materials.