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Thread: Help with TIG welder decision
04-05-2008, 10:35 PM #21
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KBFab, just sick man.......just sick.....I'm not late...
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04-05-2008, 11:46 PM #24Member
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The inverter welder like the Dynasty is the way to go. The Syncrowave doesn't have adjustable AC frequency or a pulser (10pps is hardly a pulser compared to the 250 pps on the Dynasty 200DX). The power of blue. Dream it, weld it.MILLER DYNASTY 200 DX
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04-06-2008, 07:57 AM #25Junior Member
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i got the dynasty dx for aluminum and its the best
but dont forget its a great stick welder to i use it on the
road all the time for steel and stainless stick, 2 leads a 50' #10 ex.
cord a couple addaptors for 110 and 220 and some rods
and it all fit in the front seat of the truck
you will not be sorry with this welder got mine at cyberweld .com
no shipping or tax
04-06-2008, 01:38 PM #26
OOOps. Posted on wrong thread. Sorry.
Last edited by Blue Collar Moto; 04-06-2008 at 02:25 PM.Dynasty 200 DX
"We conquer by degrees."
04-06-2008, 04:52 PM #27
Miller Dynasty 700...OH YEA BABY!!
MM 350P...PULSE SPRAYIN' MONSTER
Miller Dynasty 200 DX "Blue Lightning"
Miller Bobcat 225 NT (what I began my present Biz with!)
Miller 30-A Spoolgun
Miller Spectrum 300
Miller 225 Thunderbolt (my first machine bought new 1980)
04-06-2008, 10:10 PM #28Miller Maxstar 200 DX
RMLS-14 Momentary Hand Control
Miller Syncrowave 180 SD
Porter Cable 14" dry metal saw
Hitachi 4.5" grinder
04-06-2008, 10:29 PM #29
04-07-2008, 06:12 AM #30Member
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By the way, I fired up my Maxstar 200 STR yesterday. It is the first time in years that I have used a DC stick welder. It was really smooth and nice. I also used the lift-arc on the unit and welded a little bit with the TIG. Too bad it doesn't have AC. Nice little welder, though.
For those who are more experienced, how do you rate the lift-arc versus the high frequency start? I have been taking a TIG class at a local community college and using a big Miller water cooled tig and so the Maxstar and the older Syncrowave are my only reference. Somehow I keep thinking that I am going to ruin the Tungsten when using the lift arc. Also, the manual doesn't tell much about what amps you use when starting the lift arc.