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  • SoCalTA
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    Man .. no kidding. I looked at it twice I and I had no idea what it might be.

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  • hankj
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    Now we know why his handle is HAWK!!

    hankj

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  • ASKANDY
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    Oh yea....Still welds like new! Not a down day yet(knock on aluminum)

    When MILLER decided to go with push button control instead of knobs, everyone was snatching up the older versions cause they like to turn knobs even though the added features of pulse made the new versions better. I bought this one out of the Atlanta training center even though I have a newer version also. Couldn't pass up a deal. This one stays at the weld bench and the other is on the tigrunner cart that rolls around the shop.

    Have a good one.

    A-

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  • HAWK
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    pj,

    The machine has a very distinctive look and they are not that common. When I saw the picture it kinda jumped out at me.

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  • Paul Seaman
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    Hawk:
    Good eyes I was lucky to see that it was even blue and you see the make, model and {serial number}-lol. Or is this personal experience from having been there, done that.

    Peace,

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  • HAWK
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    Andy,

    For those here who have never seen one: The welding machine inside rectangle I drew in your picture of the band saw appears to be the original dial version of the Dynasty 300 with sequence and without pulse. It is still a great machine. "Vintage": If there is such a term for the Dynasty series. Does it weld as good as the day it was new? Dumb question.
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