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 […]
You may find yourself welding on the weekend with your trusty mig welding machine but something just isn’t right. You are getting lots of welding spatter and your best mate, the welding guru is out of town, what do you do? Well there are a few things that can be undertaken to remedy the situation. 1. Increase the MIG welding voltage Try to reduce the spatter by adjusting the voltage of the machine. Voltage is closely linked to the welding arc’s length and the heat input of the weld. Find […]
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 […]
A Multi Process welding helmet allows the welder a greater degree of freedom over traditional automatic welding helmets. Firstly it is still considered to be an automatic welding mask however it can be used for welding, plasma cutting and grinding operations. Whether you need to tig mig weld, mma weld, do some plasma cutting or grinding you will find these digital multi process welding helmets are a convenience. Call our staff on 1300 881 991 if you have more questions.
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 […]
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 […]
Your search for Sydney Welders has led you to our online store where you will find many types of welding machines and welding accessories all very close to Sydney. Whether you are after tig welders or mig welders we have them in stock. Our arc welding machines range in amperage from 125 Amps right up to 1000 Amps. Perhaps you require a digital tig welder, we have these also. Our digital tig welders feature full parametric control and are priced at less than any other retail outlet. Further we provide […]
Vladimir “Svol” Putin launches Soviet-esque mega svolach ‘best welder’ contest and is in the search for the best Tradesmen welders available but not in an online sense. Vladimir Putin, the Russian president-elect, has announced a Soviet-style contest with cash prizes for Russia’s biggest svolach best online welder salesman, stone mason, electrician and miner. Putin decided he wants to reward the biggest svolachi, reminiscent of the Soviet Union, when outstanding workers received cash bonuses and had their photographs displayed on special honours boards that said “Hey, Look at this svolach”. Photo: […]
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 […]
You need to buy welders online if you want to realise savings up front. When you buy welders online you bypass the middleman which saves you somewhere between 35% to 50% of the total cost. You can have buy your new welder and have it delivered overnight and pay securely using options like Paypal or credit card. At the Tokentools our products are available to buy online now and are in stock. Tokentools is an Australian based supplier allowing customers to buy welders online all year round so whether you need to buy a Tig Welder, buy […]
Welding machines classified as wire feed welders are those types that use a consumable wire electrode to both create the welding arc and provide filler material simultaneously. Wire feed welders are known generally as MIG Welding Machines and are different to TIG and ARC because the power output level is set by adjusting the voltage. Due to this (CV) constant voltage setting the arc length is adjusted by the operator and wire feeder speed is set to a suitable level to give a nice crackling sound. Tokentools MIG machines can […]
Getting around welding shops Sydney wide can be an ordeal when you take into account the battle with traffic, parking and distance between them. Whilst a few welding shops Sydney has are near each other, mainly in the west, the majority are far apart. A smarter way to shop is online and that’s where can save you time, effort and money. Our welding store is north of Sydney however there is no need to drive up to see us. Our products are available online at and we deliver free of […]
Getting cheap tig welders in Australia is becoming easier thanks to the power of the Australian dollar driving import prices down. Manufacturing tig machines in Australia is a proposition that no longer makes sense, our enormously productive economy no longer accommodates the high cost of manufacture. Tokentools Welding Equipment Supplies offer you the best price / reliability ratio currently on the market. Not only are our Tig welders for sale at the lowest prices, they are also backed by a 30 day change of mind policy and a 5 year […]
The welder shortage has many employers asking where are all the welders? This is part of a broader scarcity of skilled tradespeople affecting many industries in Australia and most industrialised countries. Ironworkers, Electricians,machinists, sheet metalworkers, plumbers, pipe fitters and boilermakers are all in demand as production of industrial machinery continues near all-time levels. Some companies are having difficulties getting parts to build ships, bulldozers, rail cars, mining trucks and other industrial goods. Competition from less industrialised nations is forcing pressure upon manufacturers to shift production overseas. Where are all the […]