A TIG welder only uses 50-60 amps at some pretty high power levels. Will you
really be doing 2 things at once while doing this? Will you really be welding
3" thick aluminum castings that often? If the answers are "no", 60 amps is just
fine! Of course, if the cost is comparable, 100 is better.
From: Drew Rogge [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> My thoughts are (aside from the 60 amp 220 service and a sub panel in the
I would suggest a minimum of 100 amps of 220. A TIG welder can eat up
50-60 amps all by itself.
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