Usually people get skeptical about purchasing a single welding machine that does it all. And I can’t blame them for doing that. Because most of them fail to carry any of the welding processes with an acceptable quality of the welds produced.
Well, I have done the research so that you don’t have to go through the hard part. Incorporating all the latest technologies like the inverter power supply, inductance control, dual input voltage, these titanium welders promise utmost versatility and usefulness.
In my titanium 200 welder review, I have tried to cover all of its key features, pros, and cons. By the end of this article, you will be able to decide if it is made to serve your purpose or not. So, without any delay, let’s get started.
Weight: 24 lb.
Input Voltage: 120/240
Wire Feed Speed: 80-400 inches per minute
Amperage: 120V; 30-140A (GMAW/FCAW), 30-70A (DC SMAW), 20-90A (DC GTAW); 240V; 30-200A (GMAW/FCAW), 30-170A (DC SMAW), 20-200A (DC GTAW)
Maximum Amperage Output: 50-200A
Open Circuit Voltage: 69V
Power Cord: 8 inches
Titanium Unlimited 200 supports multi-process welding like MIG, TIG, Stick, and Flux-core welding techniques. It’s super easy to setup. You can start welding with it right out of the box. It has the ability to weld a wide variety of materials. Being lightweight, it is effortless to maneuver it around the job site. So, if you are in search of a welder that can handle almost every welding technique, this is the one at an affordable price point.
- Inverter power supply for stable arc
- Inductance control supports weld bead fine tuning
- Dual voltage technology
- Spool gun ready
- Easy installation
- No option for attaching foot pedal
Features and Description:
This welding machine was designed in a space-saving manner. Its compact size allows the user to store it in a narrow space. Storing it in your home workshop will be no problem for its smaller size.
Now coming to the weight of the welding machine. It is only 24 lbs. You can guess how lightweight it is to carry around the job site when needed.
To add further convenience, it comes with a welding cart. This cart has rolling legs for portability. It has a tilted top shelf for easy access to the controls. Beneath the top shelf, there is storage space with ample room to keep accessories near while working on a project. The rear wheels are lockable and the front swivel caster provides smooth maneuverability.
For getting the ultimate weld quality and strength, choosing the right power supply is crucial. Here they have used inverter technology for the power source. It converts the AC power into DC power using a rectifier and then produces the desired output. So, as the DC power has a constant level of current and voltage, it can maintain a stable arc.
While writing this titanium 200 welder review, I’ve found that the right amount of power supply has a huge impact on the welds produced. That is why using the technology I’ve described above, guarantees better strength and quality of the weld.
Dual Input Voltage
Some places have 120V mains while the others have 240V. So, what to do? Get another different welder for working on those areas where the voltage needed to run the machine is not available? See, this is where the dual voltage capability really shines. It is the perfect solution to having two separate types of welders in the workshop, having one sit around as spare while the other one is being operated.
This welding machine runs efficiently on both 120V and 240V units. So, it saves you the money of buying a different one to support the other voltage unit. You can carry the same machine anywhere with you, knowing that it has the ability to run on the dual input voltage. Adding this feature greatly increases the versatility, portability, and usefulness.
Some welders come with a fixed inductance level, which the manufacturers feel is optimum for welding. There is no way to change it from the default setting. However, getting the ideal arc performance needs inductance adjustments for the weld bead.
Higher the inductance level, the more the duration of a single arc cycle. As a result, it improves the wetting of the puddle. Where perfect wetting at the toes of the weld is a requirement, for example in thicker metal high inductance setting is needed. On the other hand, a lower inductance level increases the frequency of each arc cycle. This is useful for pinpointing the narrow beads in the joints. It works well on thin metals.
This welding machine comes with an inductance control setting so that you can fine tune it according to the thickness of the metal you are working on. It can be really helpful to enhance your weld’s appearance as well as ensuring minimal spatter.
Multi-process Welding Technique
It supports a wide variety of welding processes including MIG, TIG, Stick, Flux core. On top of that, you can carry out other arc welding techniques like gas metal arc welding (GMAW), shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas tungsten arc welding (STAW), etc. And you don’t worry about the produced weld’s quality, finishing, or strength. It uses the latest computer-programmed inverter technology to handle multiple welding techniques efficiently.
So, whether you are a DIY enthusiast or a professional welder, it can serve your purpose. Other than buying separate welding machines for every different process, try this single welder that does it all.
Now coming to which metal it works with? Well, it surprised me with a huge range of metal including steel, stainless steel, chrome-moly, cast materials, and aluminum. Also, it has the capability to penetrate through these metallic materials having the thickness of 1/8 inch to 3/8.
Titanium Unlimited 200 is a welding bundle that includes all the necessary accessories to support its versatile usefulness. With the welder you are getting a MIG gun, TIG torch with gas valve, Stick electrode holder with cable and DINSE-style connector, Flow-gauge regulator with gas hose.
Moreover, different sizes of solid wires and flux-cored wire will be provided. I was impressed by the Titanium Unlimited 200 spool gun that comes with the bundle. This pistol-grip style gun comes really handy when it’s difficult to feed through the wire through the MIG torch. Using it saves you from struggling with the soft wire when you are working with aluminum. You will be able to provide a steady and reliable feed of soft aluminum wire with its short feed distance.
I’m not done yet! titanium unlimited 200 parts come with a solar-powered welding helmet equipped with an auto-darkening lens. As soon as you start welding it gets clear to dark at 1/25000 second switching speed. Protecting your eyes, it gives you a full view of your welding area. It has variable shade control and a resting shade too. To fit it you are getting a comfortable and adjustable ratcheting headband.
So, is titanium a good welder?
With the constant current and voltage input from the inverter power supply, it has better arc performance than the transformer welding machine. Adjustable Inductance, dual input voltage support was a nice touch of the latest technology.
Handling a wide variety of metals and bringing multi-process welding techniques increases its versatility and usefulness, making it a pretty good welder machine.
Who is it for?
If you are a new welder who needs to work with various kinds of metals or carry out different welding techniques, this one can be the perfect machine to start with. It is easy to set up. On top of that, it comes with an owner’s manual and quick start guide which has step-by-step directions with pictures. Again, controlling the parameters and operating it is effortless and beginner-friendly.
Even if you are a professional, you will love its dual input voltage capacity. You don’t have to keep another welder that runs on the separate input voltage. It doesn’t have a default inductance setting, lets you to adjust as per your need is another impressive feature for the MIG welders.
But if you are someone who is used to weld using the foot pedal let me warn you beforehand, in the Titanium 200 welder review foot pedal attaching option is missing. Surely, it is a big slip but that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to work with it.
Titanium 200 welder review from most of its user states that it’s a really well-made welder that can reliably carry out all the welding process you throw at it. It proved the age-old saying “Jack of all trade, master of none” wrong.
It’s designed to be lightweight, and space-saving. Having inverter technology, it guarantees better arc performance which enhances the strength and appearance of the weld. Though a foot pedal attaching option would make this absolutely flawless, it still is a good welding machine at an affordable price point.
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