Selling welders online is becoming an ever increasing challenge for many Australian welding brands. Tokentools welders have been growing their market share over the last decade and have built a trusted Australian Brand and web presence. The latest evolution of the website has seen a complete overhaul of it’s base and a clever ecommerce solution implemented. Damian Smith , head of IT said “Implementing Prestashop was going to be a challenge but with the help of our friends at SEOPACKETS and some 1000 hours of development we believe our current […]
Tokentools Welding Supplies is a Welding Equipment Company located in Wyong NSW and Supplies Welding Machines. Call 1300 881 991 or visit // We sell welding machines, service all types of welding equipments. We repair most Chinese based inverter machines. We are an Australian company based in Sydney Wyong NSW. Visit our online store where you can buy welding machines online. When you buy online welding equipments it helps keep costs low as the process is more efficient. Otherwise you can buy in store also.
Getting mig welders online is easy thanks to tireless efforts of online welding stores. Finding the best deals and lowest prices with the aid of internet search functionality reduces the stress normally encountered when buying a new welder. Did you get the best deal? Did you get the most features? etc etc….
Mig welding machines are available from Tokentools. We are both a physical store and an online store. Our shopfront is located at Wyong NSW which is on the Central Coast in Australia. Our online store is available 24 x 7 and caters Australia wide. Our Mig welding machines are available in both inverter technology or original transformer wond technologies. There are advantages and dissadvantages to both of these types of welding machine types. For Inverter Mig Welding Machines it is favourable to add extra features like Tig welding, stick and Mig […]
Mig Stainless steel welding is easy to weld but quite difficult to maintain flat, the coefficient of linear expansion is one.seven occasions that of mild steel. There isn’t much you can do about that except to weld it rapidly and by doing so minimise the warmth input.
MIG vs. Flux-Cored: Which Welding Process Is Right for You? You are about to make the plunge and buy your first wire feeder welder. Being a toolguy (or gal), you don’t want to waste your money on a toy that goes out with the trash in a few weeks. You most likely are very comfortable building things from wood, but you always wanted to step up to steel. You probably want to run it off of 240 volt input, so that it is very portable, but maybe stepping up to […]
Pulsed MIG May Solve Aluminum Fabrication Problems — Q&A Q: What’s the difference between spray transfer and pulsed spray transfer? A: Pulsed spray transfer, commonly called pulsed MIG, puts less heat into the work yet maintains many benefits of spray transfer, such as good fusion, high deposition rates and/or fast travel speeds. In pulsed spray transfer, the power source switches between a high peak current and a low background current. The peak current pinches off a spray transfer droplet and propels it toward the weldment. The background current maintains […]
What is welding? A simple beginners knowledge test submitted by Josh from Avalanche welding. Thanks Josh 1.What is welding ? a. Material joining through the action of interaction of interatomic forces b. Material joining through the action of interaction of intermolecular forces c. Material joining through ionic bonding d. Both a and b above 2. Energy applied to create a weld pool a. Is dissipated by conduction to the base metal b. Is dissipated by conduction to the welding fixtures c. Is dissipated by conduction to the […]
Explain welding? Easy and hard so lets start with the easy. Welding is simply the melting of two adjacent metalic surfaces together such that the molecular structure of each piece intertwines as if it were one contiguous piece of metal. Well that is accoring to Poindexter, at a macro level it is simply melting two bits of metal together. On a more complex level welding then breaks into categories based on the type of process, be it TIG, Mig, Arc or Plasma welding. They all do the same as mentioned […]
I want to sell a welder, hey we match. get it? You want to buy a welder and I want to sell one, ok not so funny. Well a good place to start is to decide what type of welder you want to buy. You should start by researching the different types, arc welding, mig welding and tig welding for a start. Once you decide what type of welding will suit your need you can then create a table of features and cross reference this against the price. Call us […]
The dangers of el cheapo welding helmets and what can happen when you don’t invest in adequate protection. A flash burn is a painful inflammation of the cornea, which is the clear tissue that covers the front of the eye. A flash burn occurs when you are exposed to bright ultraviolet (UV) light. It can happen in all types of UV light but is a common problem among welders. That’s why it is sometimes called welder’s flash or arc eye. Flash burns are like sunburn in the eye and can […]
The Hypertherm Powermax30 plasma cutting system is the ultimate system for metal cutting up to 3/8” (10 mm). It’s designed and built for tough environments but is very compact and weighs only 20 pounds (9 kg). An optional carry case and shoulder strap make transporting the system even easier. Hand torch cut capacity Recommended: up to 1/4″ (6 mm) at cutting speeds of 33″ (838 mm) per minute Maximum: up to 3/8″ (10 mm) at cutting speeds of 15″ (381 mm) per minute Severance: up to 1/2″ (12 mm) at […]
Courtesy of DIY Welding UK, visit this article at their site. The main difference between cheap and expensive MIG welders is ease of use. For anyone new to welding that can equate to possibility of use. ——————————————————————————– It’s really difficult to put the differences into words. On the forum we have a section that helps people learn to MIG weld where people can post photos of their welds and ask for advice. It’s easy to tell from the photos which price range people have bought in. Those who have bought […]
Quest Engineering was established in the mid 90’s by a group of roadies that saw an opportunity in the emerging music industry. Over the years a brand was established proving Quest speakers as a work horse. Although the sound was great the look was, well, uninspiring. This is where the relationship began between manufacturer and designer, where from a single speaker re-design a complete design guide and product line redesign was undertaken. The following images captures some of the journey Michael Chijoff Portfolio
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Arc [Arc Length] – The physical gap between the end of the electrode and the point where the arc makes contact with the base metal. Duty-cycle – As per EN/AS50974.1, the minutes out of a 10-minute period a welder / welding machine can be operated at maximum rated output. For example, a 60% duty cycle @ 300 Amps means that the welding machine can be used for 6 minutes (at 300 Amps) and then must be allowed to cool with the fan running for 4 minutes. This reduces the chance of […]
This question is one that is often put to us by prospective customers. Of course most people looking to buy a welder will first consider the purchase of a new welder over that of a second hand welder. There are several points to consider that may help alleviate the financial burden often associated with new welder purchases. 1. Consider the specific use of the welder 2. Consider how long you need it for 3. Consider if it is for daily weding or infrequent weekend welding In a society built on […]