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    KB Fabrications
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    Wheat,
    Congratulations on the new machine. You will aboulutely love it!

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  • hankj
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    Whaet,

    Killer! But, I'm not the least bit envious!

    Hank

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  • dyn88
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    Hey Andy how about a list of your top 5 favorites? Sorry about the thread hijack.

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  • Blondie_486
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    Blue is also the color of the ribbon when you win first prize!!!

    As far as I'm concerned and with my experience with welders I'd have to say Miller has EARNED first prize!!!

    Blondie

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  • Paul Seaman
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    Scott V:
    Ya think, ---yea me too!

    Blue is a soothing color, right!

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  • Scott V
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    Originally posted by ASKANDY
    Outstanding!!

    You will not regret it. The Dynasty 200 is one of my top 5 favorite machines. Have fun!!

    A-
    Andy for some reason, I bet the others are all blue!!!

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  • Paul Seaman
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    Wheat:
    AWESOME: your going to be grinnin ear to ear!!!

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  • ASKANDY
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    Outstanding!!

    You will not regret it. The Dynasty 200 is one of my top 5 favorite machines. Have fun!!

    A-

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  • Wheat
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  • Wheat
    started a topic Well, I finally did it!!!

    Well, I finally did it!!!

    It took me about a year. But with research and advice from the knowledgable folks on the forum and permission from the "little woman". I ordered the Dynasty 200DX. It's got a home waiting. Made a tig cart using the MM210 out of old metal I had I found. No way around it, you're going to spend over 3K before you strike an arc on this machine. Thought long and hard about the Thermal Arc 185. Service, support (could not find any TA forums or local dealers) multi-voltage, parts availability and mostly made in the USA, swung me to stay BLUE. With LOTS of practice, hope to help others like they have helped me on this forum...
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