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  • Running 6010 with Dynasty 200dx

    I've heard its difficult to run a 6010 with certain inverter machines. Can and how well will the Dynasty run a 6010? Never tried.

    Thanks for the info in advance guys, Ja
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    Dynasty 200 DX
    Millermatic 350P
    30A Spoolgun
    Lincoln Pro Mig 140
    Hypertherm Powermax 30
    14" Rage Evolution dry saw
    40 ton press brake
    Evenheat Heat treat oven

    1x42 / 4x48 belt grinder

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    Running 6010 with Dynasty 200dx

    Awesome. Run another guys bobcat on a job and after a day I brought my Dynasty and powered it off the Bobcat. Ran 6010 better than his bobcat. Was welding 16" pipe for casing running 6010 root & finish 7018.
    Dynasty runs both great.

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    • #3
      It will run the 6010 just fine, and once you go dynasty you wont go back!

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      • #4
        thanks guys for the input!,,, a pipe welding patient of mine gave me a handful of 6010! Was hoping I could use it.
        Last edited by ja baudin; 12-30-2014, 08:08 PM.
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        Dynasty 200 DX
        Millermatic 350P
        30A Spoolgun
        Lincoln Pro Mig 140
        Hypertherm Powermax 30
        14" Rage Evolution dry saw
        40 ton press brake
        Evenheat Heat treat oven

        1x42 / 4x48 belt grinder

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        • #5
          Why would......

          Originally posted by ja baudin View Post
          I've heard its difficult to run a 6010 with certain inverter machines. Can and how well will the Dynasty run a 6010? Never tried.

          Thanks for the info in advance guys, Ja
          Why would you ask a question like that, you have the welder, you say you have the rods, then why not have a go on your own. Very strange question from someone who has the stuff on hand and the ability to answer his own question by simply getting on with it.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jmpgino View Post
            Why would you ask a question like that, you have the welder, you say you have the rods, then why not have a go on your own. Very strange question from someone who has the stuff on hand and the ability to answer his own question by simply getting on with it.


            I have a 3 year old, a one year old and my wife is expecting our 3rd child. I do have spare time but lately if I can break away I'm in the marsh this time of year hunting ducks. I'll eventually get around to trying it, just wanted some insight before hand. No use wasting my time trying if it didn't run them well.

            Thanks again guys! Ja
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            Dynasty 200 DX
            Millermatic 350P
            30A Spoolgun
            Lincoln Pro Mig 140
            Hypertherm Powermax 30
            14" Rage Evolution dry saw
            40 ton press brake
            Evenheat Heat treat oven

            1x42 / 4x48 belt grinder

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            • #7
              I like 6010 on the dynasty better than on the AEAD-200LE.

              Dynasty200DX w/coolmate1
              MM210
              MM Vintage
              Lincoln AC225
              Victor O/A, Smith AW1A
              Cutmaster 81
              IR 2475N7.5FP
              Evolution Rage3
              Jancy USA101
              9" South Bend
              AEAD-200LE

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              • #8
                It was a while ago but I am pretty sure I changed the ocv from very low to very high via some hidden menus. The machine runs 6010 very well..
                Cheers,
                Chris

                PipePro350 SS,Pro300 SS,X-tremeVS,Dynasty200DX,MM251, SA-200 Redface,SA-200 Shorthood,SAE-300

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                • #9
                  jmpgino, generally I'd agree, but if I had a three year old, a one year old, and a baby on the way, I think I might ask first, too, just to see if people tell me that what I want to do might in some way be hard on the expensive machine that's putting food on my family's table.
                  Last edited by old jupiter; 01-01-2015, 11:33 PM.

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