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11-17-2002, 04:13 PM
Does Hobart make a High Freq unit? Can't seem to find it on the web site. If not, who makes the most reasonably priced one? I have seen the models from Miller and Lincoln and they are quite expensive. Nearly 1K. I have also seen the model made by Dayton for $250. Is it any good? I'm not a professional, just want something for home so I can weld aluminum.
11-18-2002, 05:09 AM
I have a Hobart HF unit that I bought new around 12 years ago. Don,t need it anymore, it has been used maybe 3 or 4 times. Good unit & yes the better ones do cost towards the 1K price. Mine should go for about 1/2 that.
Hobart Expert Rock
11-19-2002, 12:01 PM
NO HOBARTS DOES NOT MAKE A HIGH FREQUENCY UNIT ANYMORE. HF DOES SOME STRANGE THINGS, NOT INVOLVED WITH INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS ANY MORE BUT AS I RECALL CAN'T SELL HF UNIT IN EUROPEAN NATIONS ANYMORE. HF DOES SOME STRANGE THINGS TO TV, PACE MAKERS, LIGHTS, COMPUTERS, PHONE LINES, OVERHEAD CRANES, ETC..........YOU GET THE IDEA , MANY NEW UNITS ON THE MARKET PLACE NOW.........HF IS OLDER TECHNOLOGY..................YUOR CALL YOUR MONEY.............ROCK