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  • Lincoln squarewave 200 vs ms210

    Hi
    Is someoene know if lincoln squarewave 200 any good as syncrowave 210 or is there a problem with the squarewave 200 lincoln? Thanks

  • #2
    its a toss up, if opinions mattered, I like the Lincoln unit. Just for its simplicity in construction, user friendly, and better arc control.
    Last edited by cruizer; 03-12-2016, 09:43 AM.

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    • #3
      Ok but the lincoln s200 unit can weld for hours? and is there problem with it cause why they are so cheap and they look cheap in person i have a syncrowave 200 and wonder if the s200 lincoln is better because the inverter and high frequency

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      • #4
        Well it's not a 311T AC/DC industrial machine, but it'll do the job. Inexpensive yes, as it's basically 1 big board inside. the synch is transformer based, though still has a XMT platform. I don't like many of the Invertec Lincoln Tigs by the way. Especially the ones that have a serial number starting with a "I". Manufactures off shore for Lincoln have changed in the past couple of years though.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by K24turbo46 View Post
          Ok but the lincoln s200 unit can weld for hours? and is there problem with it cause why they are so cheap and they look cheap in person i have a syncrowave 200 and wonder if the s200 lincoln is better because the inverter and high frequency
          I would hang on to your Sync.... it is a solid reliable machine that will serve you well for many years to come..

          and still have excellent resale value should you decide to sell it later

          Many of the Lincoln Invertec TIGs were made in Italy... and were a hand grenade in a red box...

          The new SW200's are made in Mexico.... and it is till too early to know what their reliability is going to look like...

          I would wait a long while till others have done the beta testing... but remember... it is a low cost import.. regardless of the box color...

          Bargain...?? something had to be shaved to meet that price point... you get what you pay for... there is no free lunch

          just my 2cents worth... it is your dime....
          Last edited by H80N; 03-13-2016, 09:42 AM.
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          • #6
            Ok thanks you guys

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