I used to have a Syncrowave 250 since some time ago.
Manual:I also brought home a Miller Aircrafter 330ST welder that I bought from the military (Rock Island Arsenal).
Manual:There is essentially two questions.
- Syncrowave vs. Aircrafter. The Aircrafter can obviously put out more power, up to 450-500 amps. What I am not sure is whether I need that power for anything I may encounter. I will keep whatever one makes sense and will sell another.
- This Aircrafter unexpectedly came with a dual torch setup. It has two torches connected, with valves to select which torch gets argon, and both torches are cooled with water.
One torch is WP-20 and another is WP-18 (the big size).
So what I think that I should do is, even if I keep the Syncrowave, to take off that dual torch set up and use it, so that I can use the bigger torch for welding thick aluminum or some such. I suppose that there are not any downsides to that. Am I missing anything or not?
Anyone has been in the same boat?