Searching through the many different Tig welders available you may occasionally see one that has an advanced AC wave function. This type of AC wave has been around for some time in high end European tig welding equipment however it has been at a very high price. A 16 years young Australian company has been pioneering Chinese welding equipment for over a decade and has launched such machines this week for under $1600Aud. This is not a misprint. The new range of Metalmaster welding machines are available either without plasma […]
Tokentools Pty Ltd is the first welding equipment and supply store in the world that is accepting Bitcoin (BTC). In a move that demonstrates their confidence in this emerging decentralised commodity Tokentools hope other vendors and parts suppliers follow suit. Whilst Bitcoin is only 4 years old it has reached an an exchange rate in excess of $500 Aud in recent trade according to figures obtained from the online Bitcoin exchange MTGox. With the surge in popularity amongst Chinese investors Tokentools aims to position itself to benefit from Bitcoin trade […]
Buying a welder in Australia has never been easier thanks in part to the technology that brings the consumer and vendor together. That technology is the net, we use it everyday for communications, banking and the news however it’s ability to plonk a brand new welding machine onto our doorstep is incredible and has never been easier. At Tokentools we aim to be Australia’s best place to buy welders in Australia by providing a great user experience with the best and most modern new sales platform. A selection of welding […]
Inverter welding machines available for purchase from Tokentools.com.au with immediate shipping. Any inverter welder ordered and paid for before noon ships the same day. Visit the tokentools website, link adjacent —->>>> and find your new welding machine now. We stock Mig Tigs, Arc welders and Plasma cutters. You can buy the entire welding kit from the machine to the safety gear. Having specifications like MIG (GMAW/FCAW), Stick (MMAW), Lift TIG (GTAW) process, an input voltage supply of 240 volt AC +/-5%, 50Hz (15A plug) and current range from 5 to […]
Customers often ask what benefits AC DC Tig welders have when compared to the humble DC Tig welder. Depending on the model of Tig welder will dictate the optional settings however the main difference is the ability to weld aluminium. If you are in the USA, ok ALUMINUM. Alternating current or AC when used in an ACDC tig welding machine allows electrons to flow to and from in the welding arc. When the electrons flow from tungsten to job we get penetration, when the electrons flow from job to tungsten […]
Easy selection of welding machines, bolt on options and a range of accessories make your online shopping experience a snap with Tokentools Welders. Our updated web interface allows you to add options to suit your needs and configure products the way you want them. So if you need welders, our welders for sale options are sure to be of benefit. You may also call our staff on 1300 881 991 Mon – Fri between 8AM and 4PM. Our warehouse is located at 6/9-11 Willow Tree Rd Wyong NSW 2259.
The latest in Pulse Tig Welders is available from Tokentools. We have different models available in DC Pulse Tig welder such as the TIG160P and the TIG200P. In the ACDC welder range we have our AC DC Pulse Tig welders available in standard ACDC Tig or Multi Process Tig Welder. Pulse Tig welders vary the amount of current during the welding process. They use a peak welding current to perform the fusion process and a background welding current to allow the material to rest and solidify between pulse welding cycles. […]
In order to increase productivity whilst working with circular objects you should consider adding our welding positioner to your tool collection. A quality built unit featuring a digital programmable controller that will control the welding rotational angle, the dwell time and repeat. Need to weld 45 rotational degrees? No problem, just key it in and push down on the foot control. Whilst you are welding the controller measures out the 45 degree rotation and stops. You can obtain a consistent weld without the need to move your tig welding torch […]
WHAT IS PLASMA CUTTING? Plasma cutting is a process that is used to cut steel and other metals of different thicknesses (or sometimes other materials) using a plasma torch. In this process compressed air is blown at high speed out of a nozzle; at the same time an electrical arc is formed through that gas from the nozzle to the surface being cut, turning some of that gas to plasma. The plasma is sufficiently hot to melt the metal being cut and moves sufficiently fast to blow molten metal away […]
WHAT IS ARC WELDING? Arc or MMA (Manual Metal Arc) Welding is the oldest example of currently used electric welding procedures, and perhaps the most straight forward to use and understand. The principle of arc welding is simple; a relatively large current is passed through a welding rod (or filler rod) of the appropriate metal (Mild steel for welding steel etc.) and a circuit is completed through it when it comes into contact with the earthed metal being welded. The join between the welding rod and the work being welded […]
MIG Welding guide GUIDE TO MIG WELDING This is a free basic guide on how to weld using a metal inert gas (MIG) welder. MIG welding is the process of using electricity to melt and join pieces of metal together. MIG welding is generally regarded as one of the easiest type of welding to learn. Welding is a skill that needs to be developed over time, with a piece of metal in front of you Â suitable protection and a welding torch in your hands. 1. WHAT IS MIG WELDING? MIG welding was […]
TIG Welding guide GUIDE TO TIG WELDING This is a free basic guide on how to do TIG welding using a TIG welder (Tungsten Inert Gas) TIG welding is a skill that needs to be developed over time, with a piece of metal in front of you and with a welding torch in your hands. TIG welding requires patience and practice. The Tokentools Alupulse AC/DC TIG Welder used in this guide. 1. WHAT IS TIG WELDING? TIG Welding can be used to weld aluminium, copper, titanium etc and even two dissimilar metals. […]
In regards to metals and welding machines, welding is a process that uses an electrical arc and an inert gas to permanently bond both parent materials together with or without the use of an additional filler material. Welding has become a commonplace practice due to the easy and inexpensive available of quality welding machines such as thos available from Tokentools Welding Equipment Supplies.
Tokentools have recently updated the ebay vero page kept at this location, Tokentools Welders Vero Page. The VERO page exists to explain to the general public our policies in regards to trademark and image use. Damian Smith, head of IT said, “Selling on ebay is not without it’s rules and we must maintain our intellectual property rights. This is best achieved by publishing our policies and educating the would be punter”. Don’t get caught on the wrong side of someone else’s intellectual property rights. The last thing you want […]
Exposure to welding light is dangerous. Are you safe? Sick of replacing torn welding screens? We listened and now we can offer you, an extremely durable and lasting solution. The Arcsafe Advantage! The traditional welding screen is a common workplace item but it is one that is often the cause of frustration. The thin PVC sheet is very fragile and tears/burns easily and keeping screens up to Australian safety standards can be an endless and expensive project. It doesn’t have to be With a Flexshield Arcsafe curtain welding screens are no longer a consumable item. […]
Introduction What is a plasma cutter? How do plasma cutters work? Do you need a cutting tool for occasional repair and maintenance work? Did you recently embark on a new upscale project that requires higher cutting volumes? Are you looking for an alternative to your current mechanical saw? These scenarios provide great reasons to investigate plasma cutting. With the cost of machines on the decline, smaller-sized, portable machines flooding the market and technology offering increased benefits and easier usage — it may be time to take a serious look at plasma for your […]
Getting your welding equipment on line is a snap thanks to the convenience of online shopping. Our welding machines are available in traditional Tig welders, Mig Welders and Arc welding machines but we also have multifunction welding equipment comprising tig stick plasma units or mig tig stick welding systems. Synergic MIG210S is currently on sale at $995 delivered. Get in while stocks last, call us on 1300 881 991 today.
Inverter multifunction welders have increased functionality over single function welding machines. These new types of multifunction welders often come in particular types depending if they are used for tig or mig welding processes. In tig welding machines the multifuncton component is always a plasma cutter. In mig welding machines the multifunction part is the stick and tig welder. Most of the time the tig welder is a lift arc type. Tokentools have many types of multifunction welding machines so please give our staff a call on 1300 881 991 today.
With savvy consumers buying a Tig Welder online has never been easier. Our aim is to be Australia’s best place to buy Tig Welders online by providing a great user experience with the best and most modern new sales platform. A selection of Tig welding products for different Australian workplace applications. All of our welding machines are divided into several subcategories to make your search easier and navigation friendlier. Please select an appropriate category to perform your browse faster and more accurately. Be sure to check out the digital ACDC tig welders here
As welding equipment technologies mature it is inevitable Digital ACDC Tig Welding Machines find their way into the Tokentools Welding Equipment Supplies product line. Over 18 months of development and testing have produced a competitively priced ACDC Tig welder with features expected by professionals. Full arc control is included along with expanded tweaking for those that love to fiddle. Welding control is as follows when read from left to right. Gas Pre Flow -> Start Crater Amperage -> Up Slope Time -> Welding Current -> AC Balance -> AC Frequency […]