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  • Blown S-10
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    oh-yeah. on 120v, i can burn a hole through .125"/1/8 aluminum NO PROBLEM.

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  • Moviestar
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    So on 220 it can hit 180+ amps?

    sorry for the noobish questions

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  • Blown S-10
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    you are not going to get 3 phase at your house. i am running mine on 120v, it also can be run on 220v, among many others. on 220v it will run to its max. and you can have 220v at your house.

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  • Moviestar
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    Hello!

    I can't believe you posted this as I was going to post basically the same question.

    I don't believe I will ever have phase 3 in my house, will phase 1 120/220 be enough for car projects?

    I see the 200dx only goes up to 150a on phase 1 so I don't quiet know right now what I should do ...get a PT 185 or TA 185 because they both go to 180a on phase 1.

    Sorry if I'm going off topic...but this is a real concern right now.

    What kinda of power do you need to turn it up for doing 1/8 aluminum?

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  • Blown S-10
    started a topic dyn 200 output on 120v ?

    dyn 200 output on 120v ?

    i finally tried my 200 out on some real (kinda) power. it was on my 20amp 120v washer/dryer outlet. it worked real well. it says that it is 150amp on 120v. i turned it up to 170amp, and it still worked fine. but i though, maybe it just goes to 150a on 120v no matter how high the dial is turned. is this true ? i couldn't tell a difference between 150a and 170a.

    i was doing mild steel, some junk trans parts. and it melted them easy.
    pretty impressive for 120v.
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