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    Default Hooking up a Dynasty 200dx to a Trailblazer 325efi?

    is it possible to hook up a 200dx to a trailblazer 325efi? I thought that the trailblazer had 3phase power but it looks like its 240volt single phase.. ive been looking through my manuals of both of the welders I got, but cant quite figure it out....

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    Default Hooking up a Dynasty 200dx to a Trailblazer 325efi?

    The dynasty 200 can be pretty much hooked up to power known to man

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    The dynasty can run on anything from 208-575, 1 and 3 phase.

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    I'm not meaning to hijack. My question is so similar. A Dynasty 280 DX With a Bobcat 250. The Bobcat is rated at 10000? watt. The 280 at full load will exceed that, so no top end. Is the power clean enough that it won't damage the Dynasty?
    TIG is a minimal spatter process, I can use silicone bronze to join galvanized to hot rolled steel or cast. Extremely combustible dust builds up on surfaces in 1/2 hour at the pellet mill. The clean area need not be as large with TIG.

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    If you have your Dynasty wired up with a Normal 240v 6-50 plug you just need an adapter

    Hobart 770674 Adapter Cord

    http://www.amazon.com/Hobart-770674-...ef=pd_sxp_f_pt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broccoli1 View Post
    If you have your Dynasty wired up with a Normal 240v 6-50 plug you just need an adapter

    Hobart 770674 Adapter Cord

    http://www.amazon.com/Hobart-770674-...ef=pd_sxp_f_pt
    My concern was more about power quality damaging sensitive electronics.

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    From my personal experience....

    I have run a Dynasty 200DX countless times off of a Trailblazer 301G...

    and it ran flawlessly with no problems...

    would think the TB 325 would work fine as well...

    But if you have concerns... why not call Appleton and get the official word from the factory..??
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    Default Hooking up a Dynasty 200dx to a Trailblazer 325efi?

    Run my Dynasty all the time off Bobcat 225.
    I've run 1/8 7018 rods with no problem.
    Also ran dynasty off of 4 different generators. One was only 3500 watt but was still able to run 3/32 rod. I've also ran 1/8 6010 & 7018 off 5000 watt generator, pulled all the generator would put out but got the job done. The Dynasty will run off about anything. Never hurt mine.

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    Default Dynasty w/TB302,TB325, Pro300D

    I have done this for countless hours on end....... When I had my TB302 I must have put 100 hours on like that, but here's the catch I was welding with both machines I was running the TB302 around 140 amps 1/8 7018 and the dynasty was running the same.

    Then I bought a Pro300D and did the same thing over and over, even running 5/32 7018 on both machines at the same time.

    Now I just bought a new TB325 about 2 weeks ago and I had a call where I needed to get the job done faster so I tested the TB325 out to make sure I can still do this with no problems............. Yep still can although it seems to work the TB325 a little harder when running 2 5/32 7018 at the same time then I would like to see, so why not try the invision 354MP out on the TB325 and bam it's really nice on the larger rods it don't draw as many amp as the Dynasty on the bigger rod.

    So just for fun, I had the TB325 running as a generator and cranked up the invision to run some 3/16 7018 nice and hot for roll welding on a cap(about 230 amps) and the TB325 barely had to work to make the power for the invision.

    Now if you are wondering why I do this, it's because I get a lot of odd jobs where 2 machine are very beneficial and tough to spend the money on dragging a second machine with me. So when I do need this set-up either the wife come with me or my son, depends on which one wants to make some money.

    Any question, feel free to ask?

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