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  1. #11
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    Nov 2003

    Thumbs up Multiple Waveforms... Too....

    In addition to pulse... the Dynasty ALREADY has the availability to choose from multiple waveforms like for AC aluminum welding which sure extends it's versatility

    most other inverters on the market DO NOT have this waveform capability

    Advance Squarewave provides a fast freezing puddle, deep penetration, and fast travel speeds.

    Soft Squarewave is used for a soft buttery arc with maximum puddle control and good wetting action.

    Sine wave is for customers that like a traditional arc. It is quiet with good wetting.

    Triangular wave reduces the heat input and is good on thin aluminum. It provides fast travel speeds.

    BTW.. these can also be really useful for bronze castings...

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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Sutton, MA


    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Oh, definitely. Particularly at 1PPS, which I find I use for filling gaps, usually where square tube butts onto a radius corner of another tube. In that situation I'm more interested in the individual parameters. But at higher frequencies I think the average would be useful. I like the high frequencies for focusing in fillets.

    It's probably unnecessary. I'm just a noob tinkering. I should just concentrate on basics and get my skills rock solid. I've seen your welds, zank, and read some of your early threads on weldingweb. If I could weld half that well I'd be happy and from memory you don't use pulse at all.
    Yeah, unfortunately, my current machine does not have pulse. But I've been using a friend's Dynasty and I love using pulse on that. I haven't done too much with the low speed pulse, but the high speed pulse is really nice. I love how the puddle wets in and how smooth the bead is. I'm saving my coins for a new machine.

    I hope I didn't sound harsh in my other post. I hadn't meant it to be.

  3. #13


    Not at all.

    Since you're in this thread, I reckon Miller should throw you a bone in the form of a Dynasty sponsorship or whatever.

    Miller reps, check out zank's work and his story.

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Appleton, Wisconsin U.S.A.

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