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    I am new to using gas lense in aaluminium welding.
    Could any one show me pictures of the layout.
    I bought a gas lense and a nozzle and tried to connect it,
    But the tungsten remains loose.It appears no one knows
    about the gas lense this part of the world.
    I am so eager to use it on my dynasty 200dx

    Miller syncrowave 250 analogue
    Miller dynasty 200dx

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    Originally posted by Powerweld View Post
    I am new to using gas lense in aaluminium welding.
    Could any one show me pictures of the layout.
    I bought a gas lense and a nozzle and tried to connect it,
    But the tungsten remains loose.It appears no one knows
    about the gas lense this part of the world.
    I am so eager to use it on my dynasty 200dx

    Miller syncrowave 250 analogue
    Miller dynasty 200dx
    on a Sync 250 I am gonna assume that you are running a 20 series water cooled torch.... it is illustrated in figure 7-1 items #12-15... shows the needed parts and their assembly order.. here is the link...

    http://www.weldcraft.com/pdfs/o225425c_multi.pdf

    if you are running a different torch... the illustration will still show the proper order but the part numbers will be different....

    if running a 17 series air cooled torch..... here is a link to that manual...
    still figure 7-1

    http://www.weldcraft.com/pdfs/o225427d_multi.pdf
    Last edited by H80N; 04-22-2012, 11:50 AM.
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