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  • #16
    Im glad you choosed Miller, thats why we are here right?
    Tig is art of quality welding and after you get into it results are great while mig is simple,sparky, smookey and dirty to compare with tig, after I get into tigging I decide not to own mig and so far Im pleased, it is little slower but as well its good practice...
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    DYNASTY 200 DX
    MILLERMATIC 251
    1942 MONARCH CK-12 LATHE
    1969 BRIDGEPORT J-2 HEAD MILL
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    • #17
      I agree with H80N on this one. My recommendation would have also been TIG over MIG. I have both in my shop but if I had to give one up the MIG would be in someone else's garage.
      Blondie (Owner C & S Automotive)

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      Millermatic 35 with spot panel
      Miller 340A/BP
      Victor O/A torches
      Lincoln SP125
      Too many other tools to list

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      • #18
        Wish I had bought that unit instead of my Lincoln years ago. Learned my lesson though, and when I upgrade my Mig it will be Blue, same as my Tig.
        Dynasty 200 DX
        Lincoln 140
        O/A
        Gradatim vincimus
        "We conquer by degrees."

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        • #19
          I own a speed shop and have a miller mig and tig.

          Personally, now that I have a tig, It would be hard to see another mig weld leave out the door.

          At most, let the techs tack with a mig and lay it on the bench for tig welding.

          I guess it just depends on who your working for and what they are willing to spend. You decide that by what tools you invest in and what has been achieved with those tools.

          If I owned a repair shop, I would feel different, nice migs for everyone to weld up their rusty crush bent inch and a half
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