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    I'm doing stainless and have been using the pulse setting. My question is do I have to unspool my cables for the pulse to work properly or can I only take off what I need?

  • #2
    Well, thats nifty, thought at first you were on crack. Yes, no spools on this one. And short as possible leads.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Marlin444 View Post
      I'm doing stainless and have been using the pulse setting. My question is do I have to unspool my cables for the pulse to work properly or can I only take off what I need?
      What model welder??

      I'm confused....

      OK OK... Trailblazer 325.... and it has pulse...That's NEW..
      would love to hear more about it's pulse TIG performance...
      Last edited by H80N; 12-04-2014, 08:10 PM.
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      • #4
        Thanks for the response, I'll give it a try and try and post back my thoughts on it. Kinda hoping it'll take me from mediocre to average!

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        • #5
          Alot of guys refuse doing tig stainless anymore. Really poisoness stuff that once its in you doesn't go away. Wear a really good resparator please.

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          • #6
            Well, I'm happy with the pulse. I unspooled all my cables and kept them apart and was quite happy with the results. I was welding 3+4" sch 10 and found it much more controllable.

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