|Item Weight||9.8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||12.7 x 2.2 x 1 inches|
WEBSUN Multi Angle Measuring Ruler Aluminum Alloy Template Tool Professional Angle Measurement Tool for Craftsmen, Builders & Handymen
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- 【MULTI ANGLE TEMPLATE TOOL】The angle ruler can lock any desired angle as a reusable stencil. Aluminum Alloy Material makes the ruler durable for any job and industry, much more stable and accurate. Perfect for weekend warriors, Craftsmen, Builders.
- 【PRECISE ANGLE MEASUREMENTS】The adjustable arms can slide freely to measure kinds of irregular graphics precisely and accurately. Fix all shapes and angles quickly and easily. Save your time and effort.
- 【ONE HAND OPERATION】Just place the angle measuring ruler onto your work area, sliding into the shape needed and tightening the screws, then flawless measurement shaped. Unique tightening mechanism for one-handed operation. Handy and lightweight!
- 【DURABLE AND ERGONOMIC】The Angle-izer durable for any job and industry. Foldable, Durable and Portable.
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What the Angle Ruler Applies for ?
The WEBSUN Angleizer Template Tool is a handy personal and professional device for creating specialized shapes in tile, wood, brick and counter tops. Four adjustable sides rulers can be slided and locked into any position or angle as a customized stencil quickly and easily. No more tedious guesswork and wasted materials by inaccurate cuts.
1*Aluminum Alloy Angleizer Template Tool (Black)
Use Your Versatile Angle Measurement Tools To:
*Make repeat cuts on joists & arches
*Lay any kind of flooring flawlessly
*Precisely fit any material layout for accurate cutting
*Easily measure awkward angles
*Freely cut and splice brick & paving stones for patios & walkways
*Make plumb cuts, birdsmouth cuts, radius cuts, dog-leg cuts & more
Inches & Centimeters Measurements
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I have worked on large scale electronic system for 40 years and currently make my living fixing multi-million dollar linear accelerators. I am more than qualified to make the following observations. The lack of technical information is unacceptable. To put that in perspective Miller includes a general schematics and a parts list in their well written manual. It is readily accessible on their web page. AHP has only been in business for couple of years. If they keep treating their customers the way they are treating me they won't be around much longer. Typical of low end Chinese electronics, the circuits are constructed with many unmarked components. Good luck fixing this thing without an accurate schematic if the company goes out business.
Customer service issues aside there are several other disturbing things about the design and construction of this Tig. The original boost control board in my machine was reworked. The boards are coated with a clear sealer which is a good thing in harsh environments. It appears as though the process is done before the leads were cut off which defeats the purpose. When they replaced the component they did not remove the coating. When they soldered in the new integrated circuit they used excessive heat and did not bother to clean flux off the board after repair. It is a recipe for erratic behavior. My question is did they rework the board in China or am I the second owner of this unit? One of the circuit boards in what I assume is the inverter, is cantilevered over the edge of a heat sink. The free hanging end is connected to some buss bars. They will expand and contract with temperature changes and flex the traces on the board. It is a point of eventual failure. My last critique is the design of the inverter. It is constructed with numerous small devices connected in parallel. Due to small differences in switching times and conductivity there is always more stress on one device than the others. Eventually the device will fail and over stress the remaining devices which is most likely the cause the cascading failure complete with fire and smoke described by a couple of reviewers here. This design approach goes back to the old days when individual devices were incapable of handling the power. Today it is used because the big IBGTs are expensive. The smaller devices trade off reliability for cost. Of course since none of these devices are marked I can only speculate on their capacity based on physical size and the shear number of them in the circuit. I don't even know if they use the newer more robust IGBT technology or if it is built with SCRs or large conventional transistors.
Given the number of satisfied reviewers here I conclude that if you get a good one, and don't have to endure what passes for customer service at AHP, it has the makings of a competent hobby class welder. In my opinion if you don't use it too hard, it may hold together for a few years of careful use before it meets it's end. If you buy one of these you will probably want to upgrade the torch and foot pedal. By the time you do that you could almost buy a Diversion. Granted it doesn't have the stated capacity and adjustment capabilities of the 200X, but chances are it won't blow up on you and it comes with better accessories. The simplified user interface is also a lot easier to use for most hobby applications. The red and blue guys have extensive dealer networks. If you have a problem you can drop it off at your local guy and it's their problem. There is no shipping at great expense to the customer and long repair times. Extensive dealer networks and the shiny semi-trucks full of welders at the state fair cost money. It's part of what you pay for when you buy from the big guys. But you also get years of experience gained from building the equipment used day in and day out in professional shops. Looking back I was a fool to believe that something so cheap wasn't just that, cheap. I should have been more skeptical, no matter how many good reviews are on Amazon.
I wrote review this several months ago. At the time I was sick and tired of the people at AHP and I just decided to move on. I pushed the AHP hulk into the corner and forgot about it. Even if they fixed it I wouldn't have any confidence in it. I purchased a Miller Dynasty DX and started welding. Yes, the machine is much more expensive but it is flawless.
I decided to post this because I value the reviews here. They have been very helpful to me in the past and I want to do my part and share my experiance. I'm also aware that AHP stalks people who post bad reviews and demand that they take them down so many folks might be unaware of how bad this company is. I'm fortunate enough to be able to make an $800 dollar mistake but there was a time when I couldn't. If you fall into that category the last thing you need to do is waste your money. Think long and hard before you spend your hard earned money with AHP
After receiving the welder in good shape, I set it up and started welding. I'm amazed at how well it works. I've welded carbon steel and aluminum with great success. While I still have a lot to learn, I feel confident enough to start my next welding project using this welder.
Pros) comes with upgraded flow meter regulator.
3 year warranty
Cons) I didn't invest in this welder earlier.
The foot pedal tries to slip away from you each time you depress it, so I mounted it to a board with a heel rest to solve that issue.
I'm especially impressed with how well this rig works on aluminum.
Bottom line you can't go wrong with this machine. I predict the price will jump soon.
8/24/15 update. I purchased a "Hot Maxx WC100 cart for this welder. Didn't fit very well at all. I used it for a Miller Mig and purchased the Northern Tool cart with drawers (pictured) . Fits like a glove.