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    I am looking for a detailed basic chart of settings for the Dynasty 200dx

    More specifically, I am looking for 6 detailed settings for three metals (two thicknesses for each metal); aluminum (1/16" and 1/8"), stainless (1/16" and 1/8") and plain mild steel (1/16" and 1/8").

    I understand there are a lot of variables, however, I feel if I had the above 6 settings, I could get a good start on using this machine.

    I do have the manual that came with the machine, but it does not have the details on the various metals as mentioned above.

    Thank you, Rick
    Last edited by Rick Eis; 10-12-2010, 10:46 PM.

  • #2
    Are you not using the foot pedal? When I first started out, I would just set the amps high and use the pedal to control my puddle.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Slowreaction View Post
          Are you not using the foot pedal? When I first started out, I would just set the amps high and use the pedal to control my puddle.
          15 years later I still do.
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