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i have not tried the Dyn200 yet , but a friend has a MM210 and i got a chance to play with it, and wow!! great MIG. i was doing some 22gage floor panels with it. and it was great. get a tank of C-25 and a a big roll of .030 wire. the MM210 is tuned for the .030 and will get about any job done in ..030 with best results. he tried some .025 and just did not like it. gave me the hole 11# roll and went back to .030 hey if it works don't fix it.
as for the Dyn200, order some 2% lanthanated tungsten. it will work great for AC and DC applications and holds its point best of any i have tried. i don't have the Dyn200 but do have a similar inverter with almost the same functions. (TA-185) the most popular tung. are lanthanated 1.5% & 2% and 2% cerated.remember you have an inverter now, no pure tungsten, no balling.
happy welding, be shore to show us the stuff ya do.
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