Miller AEAD-200LE AC-DC gas drive welder setup for TIG use
This is a great setup. A 225 amp AC and DC welder with a high frequency unit and 50 feet of ground and 50 feet of stinger cable. Also included is a 200 amp air cooled 25 foot TIG torch and regulator and large size legal bottle. This setup will weld aluminum all day and can crank down real low to weld real thin gauge stainless steel too. All equipment kept enclosed and protected from the elements so it is not weathered nor rusty. Welder blows no oil nor smoke, starts right up and will weld all day for you. Call Tony 602-920-3784. I don't answer texts, sorry. Located in Phoenix, AZ
1) Miller AEAD-200LE AC/DC gas drive welder with a new battery, recent tune up, oil-filter change.
1) WP26 200 amp air cooled TIG torch with 25' lead with protective leather cover.
1) Argon regulator with 12' of hose.
1) Large owner owned Argon bottle-just filled.
1) 50' welding cable with male female ends and welding stinger.
1) 50' welding ground cable with male-female ends and ground clamp.
1) Miller HF15-1 ---115volt high frequency unit with all needed leads for connecting to the welder.
1) Iron base fitted to the welder with brackets so it can be mounted in a trailer, pickup or flatbed quickly and easily.
This equipment can earn you money. If you have never welded aluminum, you have the equipment to practice and learn. I have used this setup to repair oil pans, engine blocks, transmission cases, tools, rims, you name it. In addition it can weld restaurant equipment using the DC mode and the TIG torch. This welder is also a generator for AC power. See picture of an aluminum plate I welded with it.
$2600 or best offer. Call Tony 602-920-3784. I don't answer texts. Located in Phoenix, AZ. I can hoist it up on a trailer or pickup with a cherry picker.
Last edited by therrera; 06-17-2012 at 11:55 PM.
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Looks like it has been well kept, maybe even repainted. Commercial users wouldn't be interested in something that old. If you actually have papers for the cylinder, take it back for credit. It will not be looked upon as a TIG machine nowdays as a Dynasty 200 in capable hands can easily do much better work. Try selling the welder for $1300 as a stick/generator machine. Maybe advertise on Welding Web also.
you are probably right. My plan is to just keep lowering the price by say $100 a month until it sells. I think it is worth more as a setup than separating it out. I am targeting the welder who wants to set himself up to offer welding services and cannot afford a new field rig with built in high frequency, tig torch, tank and extra lead to get started with.
The machine has been lightly used as it was new and in storage for 15 years when it was originally bought. The original owner had intended to setup up a welding service but his plans changed and it was never used. I have had it for the past 12 years and used it for about five of those years with any frequency when I got setup here in Phoenix. Before that it was a ranch welder, only used when something broke requiring welding.
I have used it to make money and think that another welder could make their investment back by putting it to work. It has not been repainted, just kept out of the weather either in a garage or in my welding rig which has enclosed compartments where it was mounted in.
Thanks for your thoughts though and if it ends up that I cannot move it after about six months I probably will do as you suggest and just part it out selling all the stuff individually.
Last edited by therrera; 06-22-2012 at 07:23 PM.
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