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    New to the forum, have a Dialarc HF for 30 years and the machine has never missed a beat, now I am looking to move to a newer machine either a Syncrowave 250 DX or a Dynasty 210. Apart from the concerns of reliability with the newer machines cost is important the features of the Dynasty machines are tempting and I am thinking can I use my water cooling system from my older machine temporarily and an adapter for my torches with the Dynasty then add the newer cooling system at a later date. I have looked at some used DX machines and I am worried about a used machine without a warranty, are the Dynasty machines that much better than a DX with pulse and a sequencer. I know anything is going to be a step up but not sure which of the newer machines to go with.
    thanks

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    The Dynasty inverters are a robust reliable design that have been out and refined over the last 14+ years...

    I switched from transformers several years ago and could not be happier

    Dynasty advanced inverters aint like the Dialarc or Syncrowave...

    Here is a long thread worth reading from beginning to end

    http://www.millerwelds.com/resources...ocesses-set-up

    243 posts with a LOT of info...
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    • #3
      Yeper Agree with H80N <br />
      Bought used Dynasty 5 years ago awesome machine. Newer been one problem with it. <br />
      Pick it up with one hand. Plug into 110 or 220. Also can't believe the output on 110, can weld a lot in remote locations with only 110 available. <br />
      Had a customer bring in a small injector line off Cummins diesel last night. Small hole rubbed through. That machine will arc up very light. Unbelievable what you can Tig with it. Kinda like the brain surgery of welding. I've also welded 16" .375 wall pipe with it powered by bobcat all day long and it has run flawless. <br />
      My pick Dynasty all the way. <br />
      Greg

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      • #4
        Thanks for the reply guys I am leaning towards a 280 DX will make a decision this weekend.

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