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  1. #1
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    Default New to me Dynasty 200DX

    Hi, I just joined the forum. I spent some time reading some post and searching and it seems like a great forum to join. I recently got a Dynasty 200DX for a great deal and I've always wanted a Tig welder after using one at the last place I worked. I have little experience in the setup of a Tig but the first time I used one I was surprised at how easy it is to use compared to the horror stories I have heard. All of my welding experience is from using my Mig.

    All of the welding I do now is for repairs and modifications to my personal cars, trucks and fixing things like the tractor etc. The dynasty came with a new WP-20 torch but no cooler so I bought a WP-17 torch to use. I'm going to my lws to buy a bottle of argon plus I need some 3/32 collets and then I should have everything I need. I can't wait to try it out this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obrut View Post
    Hi, I just joined the forum. I spent some time reading some post and searching and it seems like a great forum to join. I recently got a Dynasty 200DX for a great deal and I've always wanted a Tig welder after using one at the last place I worked. I have little experience in the setup of a Tig but the first time I used one I was surprised at how easy it is to use compared to the horror stories I have heard. All of my welding experience is from using my Mig.

    All of the welding I do now is for repairs and modifications to my personal cars, trucks and fixing things like the tractor etc. The dynasty came with a new WP-20 torch but no cooler so I bought a WP-17 torch to use. I'm going to my lws to buy a bottle of argon plus I need some 3/32 collets and then I should have everything I need. I can't wait to try it out this weekend.
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    if you have not already done so... here is where to download the manual... just plug in your serial number

    http://www.millerwelds.com/service/ownersmanuals.php

    and to find out when it was made look here...

    http://www.millerwelds.com/service/s...reference.html

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  3. #3
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    Thanks for the links, I had already printed the manual and QRC and I've been watching some of the setup videos on youtube. I can't wait to get the bottle today and try it out, I've been looking for scrapes to weld together.

    I got the welder but no cart, so the first project maybe to build a cart.

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