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Old 07-17-2009, 12:59 PM   #76 (permalink)
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SuperCut 50 Plasma Cutter ON SALE

We have SuperCut 50 on sale all next week

price is 450$ shipped and comes with upgraded 60a torch !
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Old 07-17-2009, 01:37 PM   #77 (permalink)
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MaxxPehling,

Thanks for the comments and especially pictures. Glad you're happy with it.

Any questions shoot a PM or email.

Don't play to long with the TIG without the gloves on or you will smell some burnt skin.

And again thanks for posting.
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Old 07-17-2009, 02:53 PM   #78 (permalink)
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Review of powermaster 205

Maxxpehling Thanks for the nice review, I have been looking for one of the inverter TIG's and your review was just what I was looking for. Called Alex today and Ordered the Powermaster 226. Can't wait to get it as I have a few aluminum projects waiting to be welded. Will post pictures once I get it up and running.
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Old 07-18-2009, 01:35 AM   #79 (permalink)
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yeah sorry for the crappy pictures. I actually bought a new camera today and shot some photos. Got a lot of work done today and really put the machines through its paces. I am still very impressed. I'll get some pictures of the work up here soon
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Hey MaxxPehling

I am glad you impressed with the ac/dc combo unit .. please dont forget to post some pictures !
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Old 07-22-2009, 01:46 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Old 07-22-2009, 01:48 PM   #82 (permalink)
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I have been reading with interest all the posts here and they helped me made up my mind. Last night I called Alex at Everlast. He sounds like a nice guy and easy to talk with. The bad news is that I am poorer than I was yesterday.

The great news is I can't wait till my new PowerTig 250EX and, and, and, (is there a echo in here? sorry my excitement got to me,) my new
Power Plasma 50. These are not my first welder/plasma machines out of the far East, which is another story. However they will be my first IGBT machines, which I am look forward to trying out.

I also found it hard to believe that Alex (Everlast) gives such great pricing to Pirate4x4.com members. Therefore I am not as poor as I expected to be. More good mews.

Thanks Alex
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Hey Captain Ron

Thank you for the order your units ready to go and will be picked up after 5pm pst by UPS.. Sorry to hear about your two DOA from other importer ! I guess they don't test every unit like they claim !
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I'd be curious to hear how the PowerTig 250EX does on thin stainless - I need to weld some .050" stainless parts, and some moderate (1/8") aluminum parts, and am shopping for a TIG welder right now. I like how the 250EX "appears" to be rather controllable due to all of the knobs and settings. I've searched the internet for customer comments, have seen a few here and on Weldingweb, but maybe since it's so new there's not a lot out there yet.

Got any crazy deals on scratch and dent 250EX?
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some more pitchas
have run through a 125cf bottle already if that gives any indication of time on the machine. Still working flawlessly







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MaxxPehling,

Looking good.

If you want to be the first to post pictures in the new Everlast forum "Welding Projects and Pictures" forums, you can drop them here as well.

http://www.everlastgenerators.com/fo...splay.php?f=23

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Old 07-24-2009, 11:44 AM   #88 (permalink)
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will it cut thinner steel well? Or will it just blow it apart?
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Old 07-25-2009, 12:28 AM   #89 (permalink)
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After spending all my money to buy all the machines necessary to open a one man fab/machine shop I have been researching and looking for deals for quite some time on used welders/plasma cutters. While I could find "decent" deals I honestly was just all tapped out and buying an item such as a welder/plasma cutter was something I really did not want to be without a warranty. Low and behold I run across a link to Everlast. Being skeptical at the price I have been doing a lot of research on them and there reviews have been great.
Its so nice to have a wallet friendly high quality alternative! To find a quality new machine with a warranty for CHEAPER than a well used welder with no warranty is worth its weight in gold!
Ordered a PowerMaster205 today! Cant wait to get it!
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Old 07-25-2009, 12:34 PM   #90 (permalink)
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I got mine, Great Machine!

I received my PowerMaster 205 - IGBT AC/DC Tig, Stick, Plasma machine a week or so ago. I've owned a Longevity Super 160P for a bit over a year and now. For my money, the PowereMaster 205 is a much better machine. Thought I'd share some pics, no Tig pictures yet, I need some more practice before I'll post those.

So, here's how it looked coming off the UPS truck:


And out of the box on the Harbor freight welding cart:


The accessory box as it looks when removed from the shipping box:


The 205 without the protective bag:


All the accessories laid out, everything you need but air and Argon:

Now a bit closer look at the attachments compared to what came with the Longevity Super 160P in late 2007 and the Miller 375 X-treme plasma cutter.

First the plasma handles; left to right, 205 - 375 - 160P:Guess which one I like the best. It's pretty close between the Miller and the 205, but I like the narrower tip of the 205 better.

TIG torches; 205 - 160P:
The 205 has a swivel between the handle and the hose which is very nice.

Welding rod holders:

No comparison, the 205 holder is very nice and a lot more ergonomic.

When I get the Super 160 P back I'll post some pictures of the unit for comparison.

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Old 07-25-2009, 02:36 PM   #91 (permalink)
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205 plasma cutting.

Played around with the plasma cutter and here are a couple pics.

.040" aluminum ~22amps (minimum setting) and 50psi.
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1/4 inch cold rolled plate, ~32amps and 60psi :

Very clean straight edge.


Very happy with the plasma cutting.

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Old 07-27-2009, 12:53 PM   #92 (permalink)
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Cobraphx,

Glad you are happy with your purchase and thanks for the post and details. The details will help others with settings.

If you find time, we have a thread you can post your projects and pictures on at http://www.everlastwelders.com/forums. We are building up our new forum. Sure we can offer some consumables for your time.
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Played around with the plasma cutter and here are a couple pics.

.040" aluminum ~22amps (minimum setting) and 50psi.
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Bottom:

1/4 inch cold rolled plate, ~32amps and 60psi :

Very clean straight edge.


Very happy with the plasma cutting.

That's kind of funny I have the same welder on the same cart!

I had it for a few months now and is still holding up. The only real issue I have is the ground cable is too short. If it were another 2ft. longer or so, that would be sweet. Also the plasma tips seem to be ok, as far as how long they last. I try to match the amps to the piece I'm cutting to try to make the tips last a little longer. I'm need of some more.
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Called alex back the other day and had him upgrade me to a powermaster226 after reading more and more reviews. I can not wait to get this bad boy. Will update with lots of pictures as soon as I can.
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I got my PowerUltra 205 about 2 weeks ago and just got the tig going the other day. I've been using it to build a buggy and I gotta say I'm super impressed. This thing is solid and is working very well at all processes. I'm still sucking at tig but it's my first one and it's been very handy still. Just finished welding up the exhaust with it.

Cuts are clean and easy with pilotarc. MMA welds lay down great and there's lots of power there and tig seems to work great as well.. I'm just a newb at it (but I've done lots of oxy-acet welding so it's not terribly bad).

I got this unit on warranty because my ct520d died that I had bought from everlast prior. Their staff was great at dealing with the exchange and very kind to give me a whole new unit. So, we know they stand behind their warranty!

You can tell this unit is way better than the ct520d. The accessories are better too. It even weighs more (bigger heat sinks maybe?).

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here's a pics of my new plasma cutter.

I bought a used cut 60 unit from Everlast and had an issue with it. I called and talked to Alex he told to send my unit back to them, within 5 days I had a brand new unit back to my door. I don't think I will ever push the limits of this cutter. Here are some pics of some brackets that I no longer used on the rear axel they are .25" thick it cut thru them like butter. I also cut a sheet of galv for a surface to store the cutter on. It cut just as fast as I could drag the torch across the surface



so far I am very impressed with the unit

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Old 08-02-2009, 07:14 PM   #98 (permalink)
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I got my PowerUltra 205 about 2 weeks ago and just got the tig going the other day. I've been using it to build a buggy and I gotta say I'm super impressed. This thing is solid and is working very well at all processes. I'm still sucking at tig but it's my first one and it's been very handy still. Just finished welding up the exhaust with it.

Cuts are clean and easy with pilotarc. MMA welds lay down great and there's lots of power there and tig seems to work great as well.. I'm just a newb at it (but I've done lots of oxy-acet welding so it's not terribly bad).

I got this unit on warranty because my ct520d died that I had bought from everlast prior. Their staff was great at dealing with the exchange and very kind to give me a whole new unit. So, we know they stand behind their warranty!

You can tell this unit is way better than the ct520d. The accessories are better too. It even weighs more (bigger heat sinks maybe?).
The new IGBT TIG and MIG line and their torches allow a simple trip to the local welding supply for consumables. Even Harbor Freight carries the consumables for the MIG and Plasma cutters. So basically you can buy all you consumables locally if you have a LWS near by or a HF. Our prices will still be better but we must ship them.

Glad you like the new unit. Give it a good workout. Far as the O/A, TIG should be really easy for you. I would not bother with MIG if not for the speed on big projects.

Post up some pictures, also join our forum and register your unit at http://www.everlastwelders.com/forums/index.php
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Targa3859,

We are glad you are impressed with the new PowerPlasma 60.

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I bought the Power Plasma 60A unit a month ago and after dealing with a SNAFU with UPS losing the first Unit, received the green monster. This is a great unit and a huge upgrade from my old 1 gen 20 amp plasma. Everything was packed well and the only thing not included was the plug for the power cord. A trip to Northern Tool and $20 later and everything was ready to burn.



Here are some pics of me setting up the unit to try it out. Just scraps to get the hang of this new machine and to play with the settings:

First is a piece of clean 3/16 in steel. I fired up the system and left the setting where they were from the factory testing ( 38 amp @ 35 psi ). This is the first unit I have used with the pilot arc and it is nice. Free hand playing with the cut speed. Clean cut with a bit of slag due to user method.




Next was a crusty piece of 1/4 in steel out of my scrap pile behind the garage. I did not even brush off the rust. I left the settings at 38 amp and 35 psi for this one also since it did such a good job before. I was not disappointed as the torch sliced through the steel like it was not even there.




Felling pretty ambitious, I pulled out a 1.25 inch thick steel shackle mount I had made but not used. I originally cut these out on a Buddy's industrial CNC plasma table. Talk about an easy way to build parts . Anyhow, I cranked up the Plasma to 60 amp and the air to 48 psi. Hit the switch and gave it a try. The torch blew through the first 1 inch like it was not there. I tilted the torch a bit to clear the cut and took it slow. My freehand method leaves a bit to be desired but the sever cut was good. This is material that I will not be working with in my garage, I just wanted to try it out and was pleasantly surprised.





Next, I pulled out an old heavy bumper that needed to have the ends cut off of the pipe. It cut the 1/4 in thick pipe like butter. This was a crusty old work truck unit that had been laying behind my garage for a couple of years. No clean up at all, just burned it apart.

Then I pulled out a 14B axle that I was prepping for installation in my jeep and made short work out of trimming off the stock brackets. Nice and clean leaving minimal grinding for final finishing. This was so much easier than my old method of cutting disks in the angle grinder.

I am going to build a mount for this torch to run on my Koike IK600 CNC cutting table that is currently running a torch. It should work great on the 3/8 in plate I run through it currently.


BTW, Alex was great to deal with through the UPS foul up and got me a replacement machine sent out ASAP.
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