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new DeWALT DCW100K Welder // also DCF899 Impact wrench


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Hi

 

had to keep a secret, but now on official DeWALT web site;

awsome tool !

 

DCW100K welder (yes, welder !)

 

from the site:

pecifications Weight - Welder 24.5 Weight - Charger 2.4lbs Dimensions 17.1" L x 6.3" W x 12.2" H (welder) Current Range - Stick 10-140 Current Range - TIG 3-150 Hybrid Duty Cycle @ 140 Amps - Stick 18% Hybrid Duty Cycle @ 100 Amps - Stick 25% Hybrid Duty Cycle @ 40 Amps - Stick 100% Hybrid Duty Cycle @ 150 Amps - TIG 25% Hybrid Duty Cycle @ 65 Amps - TIG 100% Open Circuit Voltage 91V Max Protection Degree IP23

 

I always have problems posting a picture

 

look here:

http://dewalt.com/tools/cordless-metal-working-welding-dcw100k.aspx

 

(might be important: copywright/trademark DeWALT ; for info purpose only)

 

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maybe I posted in wrong area

 

DCF899 Impact wrench available !

 

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I have a lot more secrets !!!

 

cheers

mike

 

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I just did a quick google search of it, you better have a pretty special set of circumstances to purchase that one, it has a price tag of more than $4000. Whether it is Lincoln or Miller, I can buy a big AC/DC stick welder, a decent wirefeed (convertible flux-core or gas) and plasma cutter plus supplies for that kind of money.

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I just did a quick google search of it, you better have a pretty special set of circumstances to purchase that one, it has a price tag of more than $4000. Whether it is Lincoln or Miller, I can buy a big AC/DC stick welder, a decent wirefeed (convertible flux-core or gas) and plasma cutter plus supplies for that kind of money.

 

Haha nevermind, HELL no. 

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We use one of these at work and love it. Of course we got it from ourselves, internally since we are the warehouse, but even at $1000 it's something I'd consider having at home. With my employee discount the price would drop pretty fair, and if I was able to talk the wife into it I'd have one. I don't do a lot of welding at home but I find the need for it often enough to think it's time to have a welder.

 

 

Seeing the Dewalt and thinking it's of similar design, I can't see spending an extra $3000 for a name. Erase "Dewalt" from it, slap the name "Joe Mudd" on it, and it'd probably be a grand just like ours. It'll probably carry a decent warranty, and the name will give you the feeling of greatness, but seriously...

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