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  • Aluminum cylinder repair

    Hi Guy's
    I need a little help on settings for my Dynasty 350 (new last week) to repair a cylinder head deck,don't really want to use my Lincoln PT 375,customer brought me a head that got damaged when his CNC machine crashed while just starting to surface the deck,cut a groove about .125 deep about .500 in from the end in an arc from one side to the other,i have welded alot of heads just not sure of this new machine..any ideas.

    Thanks Dean

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    Originally posted by Engine Builder View Post
    Hi Guy's
    I need a little help on settings for my Dynasty 350 (new last week) to repair a cylinder head deck,don't really want to use my Lincoln PT 375,customer brought me a head that got damaged when his CNC machine crashed while just starting to surface the deck,cut a groove about .125 deep about .500 in from the end in an arc from one side to the other,i have welded alot of heads just not sure of this new machine..any ideas.

    Thanks Dean
    Dean

    check out Chris Razor's Videos.... they directly address this with the Dyn 350DX..

    http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...50+chris+razor

    Last edited by H80N; 01-17-2014, 09:48 AM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by H80N View Post
      Dean

      check out Chris Razor's Videos.... they directly address this with the Dyn 350DX..

      http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...50+chris+razor

      Thanks,Will do.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Engine Builder View Post
        Thanks,Will do.
        You are going to LOVE that Dynasty 350DX..!!

        that ain't your daddy's Syncrowave.. it is a whole different animal...

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        • #5
          H80n, I checked out Chrise's video, he sure does know how to dial that machine in, He used to have a Aero wave up until about 5-7 years ago. I'm going to have to start playing with my settings.

          I noticed the settings that I think it was you were talking about that the 350 has that my 300 doesn't have.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Portable Welder View Post
            H80n, I checked out Chrise's video, he sure does know how to dial that machine in, He used to have a Aero wave up until about 5-7 years ago. I'm going to have to start playing with my settings.

            I noticed the settings that I think it was you were talking about that the 350 has that my 300 doesn't have.
            Looking for an excuse to upgrade..??...............

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            • #7
              H80N, As much as I'd like a new toy, I cant justify buying a $9,000.00 toy when the one I have still does a great job, I don't have the same clientele as Chris, The only aluminum blocks and transmissions I weld on are used ( I don't have Jack Roush knocking at my door )

              We are down to 2 big mig welders in the shop so I need to get another one so I'm looking at the Miller 252.

              And then I want to sell my push pull Cobra Matic that I use for aluminum and possibly get the Miller 350 P - Aluminum.

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              • #8
                Hope your Dyn 300DX gives you many more years of excellent service..

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