If I hadn’t have bought the digital DC one myself a couple of weeks ago I’d have been all over this.
I still don’t know how to use it yet mind.
Dibs your next apprenticeship :)
I held off for as long as possible going digi as the analogue knobs are less likely to go wrong, but if you are going to be swappinb between materials I think the digi is going to add a lot to quality of life.
Did you go DC only or AC/DC?
I liked the look of digital because the analogue dials didn’t have clear increments from what I could see and I thought it would be a good idea to know exactly what settings I’m using while learning.
I would have liked AC/DC but I only really plan on making steel things for the foreseeable so I went DC to save money
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