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  • Originally posted by Fishy Jim View Post
    FK, that duty cycle would kill me. Much of what I do with aluminum is heavy castings with a lot of material to disperse the heat. If I was doing intercoolers, then it might not be an issue. I deal with modifying plenums and there's thick flanges. Part of why I got the invision was to speed up the process with mig.

    I understand...my point is it seems like many people read so much into duty cycle they get scared away when they will prolly never come close. You may in your case.

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    • I understand...my point is it seems like many people read so much into duty cycle they get scared away when they will prolly never come close
      One could really get carried away and run on but thats probably closer to reality than not.

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        Well, I can't believe how a simple question about 1 vs 3 phase power turned into such a long thread! I had a lot of fun reading through the whole thing and turns out I did learn some stuff, too. Thanks, everybody, your help and opinions are much appreciated.

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