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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    Finally Miller has caught up with the Lincoln. This 325 has the same basic theory as the Lincoln 305. Yes the 325 is vulnerable in a few areas. But after stripping one down. I actually like it, and its very suprising for me to like any engine drive of Millers.

    Do you like the Pipepro 350 or the Pro 300 Cruizer??
    But i did get a chance to weld a bit with a 305G i liked the arc better than my 302TB but don't get me wrong i have no problems with my TB302 i like it aside from the fact it wont run a soft start grinder unless it's on high idle.
    Last edited by weld007; 12-02-2012 at 12:13 PM.

  2. #32
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    The new 325 fires a wave form quite simular to the 350, and equally simular to the Ranger and Vantage. These are using IGBT's as its control out to a set of Diodes kinda like how a XMT350 works plus a few more do dads

    As for the Pro300, its using basic SCR rectifier. Not the best in final arc quallity, though still an adequate machine

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