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    Default Aerowave introduction??? Dynasty 350 Date??

    This is probably known by Miller factory guys or Cruizer...
    When was the Aerowave introduced?? memory tells me mid 1980s anybody know the right year and date?? designed for Boeing....??

    Dynasty 350DX intro date ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by H80N View Post
    This is probably known by Miller factory guys or Cruizer...
    When was the Aerowave introduced?? memory tells me mid 1980s anybody know the right year and date?? designed for Boeing....??

    Dynasty 350DX intro date ???
    I thought the Aerowave was new around '98.

    We had one at a boatyard that was purchased in '99. It worked really well on aluminum.

    -Ian
    :~ATTITUDE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE!!!:

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    Ian
    had heard several stories that suggest a joint development between Miller and Boeing during the 70s with production beginning in the 80s but the earliest serial numbers that I have been given for an Aerowave are about 1997....
    Would love to get the real story......

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    i cant tell you much on dates but i just set mine up and wow this is by far the best ac tig welding machine i have ever used in my life alum. is a breeze i wouldnt sell or trade mine for anything especially a dynasty. the only thing im afraid of is a breakdown it will cost a fortune

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    i remember going to a miller roadshow and seeing it new. i think that was mid to late 90's

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    There's a technical manual for sale on Amazon - dated April 1996 effective with serial # KD494981.

    Aerowave brochure/spec sheet August 1997:

    www.millerwelds.com/pdf/spec_sheets/AD6-0.pdf

    They filed for a trademark for Aerowave on September 16, 1992

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    Hello! I am a new member of the forum and joined the forum to share & increase my knowledge through forum discussions.

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    Talking

    I dont know when they started but im pretty sure the one i use everyday at work is a 1992, ill have to check again. When did they quit? I always thought they quit at mid to late 90s not started. All i do know is i love that machine and prefer it over anything else ive ever used for aluminum.

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    2 years old thread
    Last edited by snowbird; 09-23-2013 at 05:00 AM. Reason: misspe;;ing

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowbird View Post
    2 years old thread
    That's OK... there are still quite a few Aerowaves out there...

    and they have a very loyal ... if not cultlike following...

    For Me...... My Dynasty 350DX Tigrunner fits the bill...

    Finest TIG welder I have ever operated....

    (Many people say.... the Dynasty 350 is EVEN BETTER.. than an Aerowave.. )
    Last edited by H80N; 09-23-2013 at 07:57 AM.
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