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Thread: Syncrowave 200

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Western Kentucky

    Default Syncrowave 200

    Can't believe how much money I've spent on Millers over the last year. It all started with the itch to get the Maxstar 150. You can see my list below. The last machine to arrive is the Syncrowave 200. Several years ago, I had a Sync. 180SD. I loved it, but it appears this 200 has some improved added features. Right now it's a hobby helping out friends, and my own projects. The power of blue can become a real addictive habit. No regrets here.
    Syncrowave 200
    Millermatic 252
    Spoolmatic 30A aluminum gun
    Miller Spectrum 625 X-Treme
    Maxstar 150 S
    Miller Bobcat 250
    Sketchup 8 Pro

    Two big fire extinguishers

    "I'm a slow walker, but I never walk backwards" - Abraham Lincoln

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    The GREAT State of Texas!


    Also a hobbiest here...I did the same thing last year. I started with the 200 to learn TIG, then replaced my 12 yr old red 155 WeldPac withe the 211 Auto Set and lastly the Extreme 275.

    I still use the 211 the most - in fact only turned the 375 on once so far.

    I get very frustrated with the 200 and I half to let it rest for a while. I love the clean look of TIG welding, I just can't do it well....Most people said it was like gas welding with an electronic torch. Since I had been doing this for 30 yrs or so, I figured I would not have a problem - I thought wrong! Then I see the TIG like MIG thread and I really get pissed.
    Roger Troue

    Retired since 2004

    Miller 211
    Miller 200 Syncro
    Miller 375 Extreme

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