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Anyone tried that Accurate tools 3 in 1 plasma/welder

Seeing them going on ebay for 400. Just wondering if anyone has used them. Looking for a cheap tig to learn on. Just steel.
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I have one and they do OK but...no foot control took a lot of getting use to! I'd check these out before you go with an Accurate if I had it to do over again. Miller Diversion 180 and an Everlast 185 micro. The Accurate's Plasma is so-so and with the tig I've only used the stick once in two years.

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I have one and they do OK but...no foot control took a lot of getting use to! I'd check these out before you go with an Accurate if I had it to do over again. Miller Diversion 180 and an Everlast 185 micro. The Accurate's Plasma is so-so and with the tig I've only used the stick once in two years.
i got a everlast all in one tig and plasma works good
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I've got the 3 in 1 everlast 250 amp ac/dc tig / 60 amp plasma / stick . It is awesome.
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