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  • Manny
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    Thanks Sberry,
    Printed out the info for my attached garage from your link, my brothers friend is coming over this tuesday to take a look at my place, says it shouldn't be any trouble to wire in a 60 amp circuit (just in case) and give me some extra outlets as well. I want to do it right and safe, may not be a big shop but I'm determined to make it a nice one.
    Manny

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  • Sberry
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    http://www.homewiringandmore.com/hom...002/index.html Here is a link to a wiring site. There are different requirements depending if the garage is attatch or detatched. Power for your shop should be a basic starting point.

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  • fun4now
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    sweeet

    harold
    nice setup. looking forward to my DX200 just having truble with the $$$ got the mig and plasma (only smaller)

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  • Harold
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    Manny

    Welcome to club Miller, sure you will be pleased with your MM210 had mine about 2 years and it's awsume. Your dream lineup is exactly what I have, MM210, Syncrowave SD180, Spectrum 625 and now the DX200.I intended to replace the SD180 with the Dynasty 200 DX but still have the SD180 and use it as my stick welder. The Sears AC buz box is now collecting dust but it was my first welder dating back to the early mid 60's and a present from my wife so it stays in the garage just in case I need to weld something up here at the house rather than the work shop.

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  • Manny
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    After all the research I did into welders, the sterling reputation of the 210 in particular and Miller in general gave me confidence I couldn't go wrong. The quality and capability they build into this machine is truly amazing, especially when you consider the very reasonable price they sell for. I've waited and worked and dreamed for years of having a small but capable shop of my own, the addition of this one piece of equipment has moved me light years forward in what I'll be able to do. The hard part now is to maintain patience until I get the electrical situation sorted out. I look forward to many years of use and enjoyment from it.
    Manny

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  • Paul Seaman
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    My mm210 is 1-1/2 year old and I've run heading for 200 lbs of wire through it and have used one bag of tips for the regular mig gun and about 3 bags of tips for the spoolgun and that is all the consumables except c25 and argon. No complaints, I've welded far thicker than specification advertise and it runs like a top. I hope you have as much fun with yours as I've had with mine.

    Weld well, weld safe,

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  • timw
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    Warning! The MM 210 is not a Toy! I bought mine over 2 years ago. I use it in my business, I repair construction equipment. I have not had any regrets. It does everything I need. I have used 250's for years and the 210 will keep up. You didn't mention the spool gun, that makes it complete. The gun on demand is perfect, you just grab which ever one you need. Turn on the proper gas for your job and GO.

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  • Alex
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    Congratulations Manny, and welcome to the true blue club. Made in America, can't do better than that.

    Weld on,
    Alex

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  • fun4now
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    i did the same thing with my first welder but it gives you time to go through the manuel. and always cool to look at and ponder what will come first

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  • Manny
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    Joined Team Blue today....

    Picked up my very own MM210, a happy day in who-ville as Dr Seuss might say. Sitting in my garage, but not able to weld till I get the power situation sorted out. My brothers friend may be able to run a circuit to the garage or else I'm gonna get an extension cord to the drier plug. Frustrating not being able to try it out, but glad to have it. Went back and forth trying to decide between this or a Dynasty 200 DX, and just couldn't swing the Dynasty, not that I'm at all unhappy with "only" a 210. My dream equipment for my ultimate shop is a 210 mig, Dynasty 200 DX tig and a Spectrum 625, figure I'm a third of the way there, and truthfully, have the most usefull one first. Looking forward to undertaking a slew of projects I've been wanting to do for years. Thanks for all the info, advice and help here, really helpfull in making a decision.
    Manny
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