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  • tarry99
    replied to TIG filler wire size?
    Usually the tungsten size will be equal to the filler material..........as tungsten size goes up for material thickness and also amperage then so should the filler........3/32" Tungsten is a pretty much an all around size for 1/8"to 5/16" Mild steel and aluminum.
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  • tarry99
    replied to Millermatic 211
    Is that an Inverter model? If so the highest setting is 10 and that is where it should be for 3/8"..........Do you have that plugged into 220volts? Slow the feed down some if the wire is building up............last resort is to pre-heat your parts.
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  • tarry99
    replied to Mild Steel hardfacing electrode
    Interesting thought the hardfacing concept that is!............and really hard to fully understand from here what part or parts and how they fit that your having issue with........I would not think that the locking mechanism by itself is all that supports the integrity of that seat mount?..........If...
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  • tarry99
    replied to Millermatic 200 vs 211 ?
    Yes / No.............But for sure the added QC on the airplanes if done properly as it should be en-tales a few more added process's like: Pre & Post heating stress relieving joints and also inert gas purging on the inside of the tube or structure being welded.

    Hardly do we ever do...
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  • tarry99
    replied to Need an opinion or advice.....
    Does that 200DX have gas Pre-flow and Post Flow Timing? your Pre-Flow may be set to come on early?
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  • 1.5% or 2% Lanthanated Tungsten in both 1/16" and 3/32" sizes
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  • tarry99
    replied to Welding a Butt Joint
    Not familiar with the new MM-211 but I do have the older non inverter ( a year old Miller 211 ) ...........1/4 to 3/8 with 3/8" being maximum welding capacity......"Heat set at 70" would not be enough amperage at least on my older version 211 ..........looking at the control panel for...
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    Last edited by tarry99; 09-07-2016, 04:24 PM.

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  • My old Dialarc is now fixed and will soon be leaving to go to my Son-in-law's shop and the new Dynasty 280 DX will that is simply a pleasure to weld with. Yes , there is a noticeable difference between the Dialarc and the Dynasty as there should be.......but not saying that anyone needs to make that...
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  • tarry99
    replied to Miller Dialarc Power Issue
    Just to follow up on my Problem with my Dialarc 250 HF ............Cruzier was correct the Contactor was in fact defective........I did although remove the original Contactor from the machine and removed the 6 point contacts that engage and distribute the power within........most showed some pitting...
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  • tarry99
    replied to Dialarc HF questions
    How about the Contactor? My Dialarc HF lost power and then quit welding also....Cruzier said change the contactor , I just changed that out today and back to normal...........Just saying!
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