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Last edited by cyclenorthman; 03-10-2011 at 10:06 PM. Reason: spelling
I just bought a Multiplaz 3500 plasma cutter and welding set-up, does all your cutting, welding and brazing from 240 volt 15 amp domestic supply, and no compressor or Argon gas bottles to rent.
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I was a dealer for one brand and then was a repair center for another and the thing with these units,ALL these units, is the lack of good quality control and pride of the workers to make a good machine(they have to work so fast and hard just to keep there job they never get the chance to think) When I started checking EVERY unit from the first brand I had NO problems from quality,the second brand, if it left the door with the right color cover it became someone else's problem.No one tells everyone there NEW unit works great because THAT'S WHY you bought it,but if it quits after 20 seconds and you have to get on the phone or email to replace it ,twice,EVERONE knows you got some junk!!
Last edited by cyclenorthman; 11-04-2011 at 09:53 AM. Reason: missing info
Ahhh, don't get too despondent.....if'n you strip it down to all the components you can sell them on Ebay to those guys that like building up home made welders.....the value of the parts will get you more in the US than they cost the Chinese to make the whole thing.....volume buying power, so you end up with a whole load of parts that would normally cost you double if'n you was to buy them from your local electronic supplier.
They do the same thing with an old lathe...strip it down and sell all the parts off......car strippers do the same.
BTW, you can quite honestly say that the parts were never used...LOL.....when you get the courage to open it up and start stripping you might find that it was something simple and can fix it.
Lotos and Uwelding>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
They will take your money with zero support....stay away!!!!!!Stay away!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hi, first of all, if'n you can't get any joy from those people and you're left funding the repair work yourself, (you'd have to pay the mailing charges to send it back anyway), work out how much a repair job would cost.....get a quote (probably cost just for the quote for repair work + more mailing charges), but if'n it was $300, you'll end up with an item that if'n it was a bad design made "as cheap as", it will go bad again and that will set you back some more which in the end makes the item worth nothing if'n you had not had any work done and just pushed it under the bench to rot.
Selling it straight off, "as is", not working etc will get you about $200 at most, so splitting it up and selling it off might be a better if'n not less costly experience.
Buying cheap is like buying a mail order bride from Mother Russia....LOL......once you've paid out the dough you get to lie on the bed you've just made.