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I see none of the welders come with gas regulators. Are they all much of a muchness? The websites for that Weldwell one call for a GR101C02, which is https://www.trademe.co.nz/business-farming-industry/industrial/manufacturing-metalwork/welders/auction-1650543665.htm

Do i specifically have to buy that one? I would want a regulator that works with the Bunnings swap out bottles.

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6 minutes ago, kws said:

I see none of the welders come with gas regulators. Are they all much of a muchness? The websites for that Weldwell one call for a GR101C02, which is https://www.trademe.co.nz/business-farming-industry/industrial/manufacturing-metalwork/welders/auction-1650543665.htm

Do i specifically have to buy that one? I would want a regulator that works with the Bunnings swap out bottles.

Pm me i can get sharp deals on these welders,  they come complete even with wire just grab a bottle and go .

I have one a home its about as big as you can go on single phase 

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This is the actual machine , is currently setup for alloy.

Ill have to work out a price and sort through all the extras i have for it  , bloody typical havnt used it in nearly a year and go to sell it and now need for a job .

Will be repairing some big alloy trench sheilding

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Any of you fullas tried these?

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Seem pretty well priced. I'd be looking at the fully adjustable Platinum on the right if any. 

Mine is getting a bit slow of the mark to auto-darken. I've heard the internal battery doesn't last forever.

Even cheaper at Saeco Wilson. Specs here: https://www.saecowilson.co.nz/product/info/WSP1604 

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I have a solar charging helmet but after 6 years it wasn't staying dark even after leaving it in direct sunlight, again non-replaceable batteries.
So I popped it open, desoldered the batteries and wired in some button cell holders that I hot glued to the inside of the helmet so now I can replace them, helmet works like a champ again.

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