|Item Weight||30 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21 x 12 x 14 inches|
|Item model number||SIMA-5200DX|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Simadre 5200dx 110v/220v 50a Plasma Cutter 200a Tig Arc Mma Welder
|Price:||$459.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- This machine can cut the same thinkcness under 110V or 220V - great enhancement
- Brand new panel design for better controlling and operation
- Fre-flow time: to adjust the time for air/gas blow out of torch before welding
- Current: for welding/cutting current
- Down slope: would help to weld stainless steel
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Post gas/air time: to adjust the time for air/gas blow out of torch after welding 1. Compact and portable 2. Strong and very reliable ready for Industrial/Commercial and nay other application 3. Stable current and does not change with the length of the arc 4. Current can be adjusted easily 5. Flexible TIG torch come with long and short back cap for welding in tight places 6. 60% Duty cycle for TIG and ARC (MMA) welding 7. Plasma Cutter - arc is compressed by the rapid-circulating air and its temperature reaches 10,000 - 15,000 C in the state of ionization, turning into a strong plasma arc 8. 60% Duty cycle for plasma cutting (cutting thickness 1-16mm) 9. This machine cuts 12mm plate very quickly and very neatly with little need for preparation before welding 10. It is a 50amp Plasma Cutter! 11. Suitable for all kinds of basic and acid electrodes 12. Powerful machine can push 4mm I.H electrode. 13. The exchange cycle of the assembled machinery can be as high as 85% 14. Connect to your own argon regulator (not provided) or your compressor (not provided) 15. Lead lengths: Earth and MMA (ARC) 4m, TIG and Plasma Torch 5m and have rubber heat resistant sleeves 16. Fan cooled, automatic voltage and thermostatic protection 17. Advance MOS/IGBT inverter technology, save energy Input voltage - AC 110/220±15% 50/60Hz Input Power Capacitance - 7.1 kva No-load loss(W) - 40 Duty cycle (%) - 60 Power factor - 0.93 Efficiency (%) - 85 Insulation class - B Protection class - IP21 Input current(A) TIG - 21 MMA - 32 CUT - 28.6 Rated output current TIG - 200A MMA - 200A CUT - 50A Current range TIG - 15-200 MMA - 15-200 CUT - 20-50 No –load voltage(V) TIG - 62 MMA - 62 CUT - 250 Cut thickness(mm)- 1-16 Arc-leading TIG - HF vibrate MMA - Touch CUT - HF vibrate You shall provide 60~70 psi air supply, 110v or 220v power plug for plasma cutting and argon tank for tig welding.
1 year full warranty on machine and parts, accessories and consumables not included
Top customer reviews
The finger switch on the torch activates the argon flow, as does the foot pedal. At first, when I had the post flow wide open and was playing around setting my CFH on the flow meter, I forgot about the post flow and thought I had a malfunctioning gas switch because I'd press and release and the gas just kept on coming out....until I realized the situation. With post flow set to "0" when the trigger or pedal is released, both arc and gas stop instantly. The downslope is a nice function that is mainly useful for trigger operation, because with the foot pedal one can simply "ease off the gas" and the arc dims out slowly. Doing manual pulse is also easy and "natural" - just add pedal as the torch moves forward, then relax on the back-pause as filler is added.
One of the biggest things to learn early about TIG is how easy it is to melt through even thicker sections with too many amps and too little movement, so current setting is crucial to the learning curve.
With a 60% duty cycle I've never come up against it...the work will be too hot to continue long before the machine hits the heat limit. During practice beads it's only too easy to get a slab of 1/8" mild steel to start curling up like a slab of bacon - and that's using just 30-50 amps to practice surface beads!
I've read "reviews" in other places claiming that "multifunction" machines don't deliver as good results as those specific to one application, but I'm not buying that nonsense...this thing has proven to be a very good machine. I've also read "reviews" by so-called experts who decry the "mosfet" technology using in "Chinese" welders (we'll forget for a moment virtually ALL welders are to some extent built in China or elsewhere and simply branded here...think about that when you're prepping to drop 6K on a blue machine versus $500 bucks on this one). Anyway, I did some research regarding "mosfet" and other current technologies used in welders and other electronics and came away quite reassured that this multifunction welder is no more likely to suddenly explode into a shower of sparks, or let out a blinding flash followed by a billowing nuclear cloud of destruction than any other "domestic" (but really made from components made in China, India, Taiwan, Pakistan, Mexico, and elsewhere).
A word about inverter technology...superior for sure. The Simadre 5200DX is amazingly light for the amperage it can deliver.
Can't rate the warranty because I've never had to use it...owned this unit for a year now. The biggest "problem" I had was trying to figure out how to connect the foot controller because there is only one 7 pin connector. I then went to Simadre's website (yes they have one), and discovered when using the foot pedal its connector replaces the one on the torch because the torch receives power through the screw-on gas connection.
Overall I'm happy that I chose this particular brand and model. On that note, if one does some checking, certain other brands are "kissing cousins" to the Simadre...to the point where one can order accessories for the other "well known" brand that will fit the Simadre.
Update...I used the plasma cutter today to cut some 3/16" steel plate. I'm used to the no touch pilot arc on higher end machines so this one took a little getting used to. I used a 10 gallon air compressor which just barely seems to be big enough to handle the job. If you tried it with anything smaller it probably wouldn't work. It did cut like a plasma is supposed to and burned through the material with little effort. Compared with other $2000 plasma cutters I've used in the shop this one works really good.
Update#2...I finally got around to using the tig function. This is the first tig machine I ever used without a pedal before so I wasn't sure what to expect. I didn't have any stainless to work on but with regular mild steel it made an incredibly smooth arc during the process. When you get close to the end of your weld just let off of the trigger and the arc automatically tapers down just like letting off of the foot pedal and gives you a couple seconds of post flow. With a little more practice I might skip ordering a foot pedal if I get comfortable with the timing on the trigger release. The tig function was the most important function for me when I purchased this machine and I am really pleased with the welds it produced. Will post pictures when I get some stainless to play around with.
Do be aware that the plasma cutting function, as with any plasma cutter, demands a great deal of air. If you don't have a fairly substantial compressor, you may be disappointed in the cutting capabilities, but the problem will be your air supply, not the machine.
I cannot say how well it works on 110V, as I run mine on 220V.