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  • RHutch
    replied to MM 210 for sale
    Shielding Gas Change

    If you are using spray transfer switching from the C25 (75% argon 25% C/O2)
    mix to a C10 (90% argon 10% C/O2) mix will smooth out the arc.
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  • I did some checking and the Lincoln Invertec V350 has 42 Volt and 115 Volt outputs for feeder power Not the 24Volts that your miller feeder requires.
    However there is a solution to your problem, Miller makes an adapter model PSA-2 Control that takes the 115 Volt output of the Invertec V350 and...
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  • There is one disadvantage, the Dynasty 200 uses Auto Line Technology ™ for primary power sensing.
    The Dynasty 300 uses Auto-Link ® Technology for primary power sensing.
    The only time this difference is likely to affect you is if you run a Dynasty 300 on 208 volts primary power and you...
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  • I went by the office and here are the new Trailblazer 302 New features:

    Improved arc performance
    Four preset dig settings
    Adaptive Hot Start ™
    Lift Arc ™/ Scratch Start Tig
    Better Mig/FCAW arc starts

    Digital weld meters with meter maintenance...
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  • RHutch
    replied to steel vs aluminum
    When I referred to spray arc I was referring to the Mig process.
    I generally think in terms of quick high quality production where a shop has to turn jobs quickly in order to turn a profit.
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  • RHutch
    replied to steel vs aluminum
    It would depend on the aluminum alloy used and the design of the ramp.
    In my experience I would think 6061 Alloy 2x2x 3/16 or ¼ inch wall thickness with a shallow inverted truss design using 5356 filler metal and 100% penetration welds. One thing to remember when welding aluminum in a structural...
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  • Pat, I can confirm the new Trailblazer is a 302. I received the new spec sheet a week or two ago and it has several new features. One is a new Onan 22 Hp engine and another was a four-position dig control to adjust the arc’s stiffness. I believe it also has a new front panel and aux power receptacle...
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  • RHutch
    replied to Scared to weld ? Need help
    Welding can open a lot of doors when it comes to career opportunities. I’m a 3RD generation welder, my grandfather was an incredible gas “oxy/acetylene” welder. My father was a welder and welding engineer and I’m now a technical sales rep and a Miller certified repair technician for a welding...
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  • RHutch
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    I don’t want you to feel bad about your purchase but there are a couple of reasons that Thermal Arc is able to shave some $$$ from the price of their machines.

    First: in their Limited Warranty Statement dated May 1 2003 there is this nice little revision " ALL OTHER CIRCUITS...
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  • RHutch
    replied to help mm210 high pitched tone
    Try this to isolate the noise.
    Stand where you can reach the front of the machine and start welding ( Run a Bead ). While welding reach over and change the wire feed speed control. Does the noise change pitch, get louder or go away?
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  • RHutch
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    Has anyone ran another type of wire (other than Aluminum) through this feeder/ gun system ??... If steel wire has been run through the gun the de-oxidizing coatings on the surface of the steel wire will adhere to the inside of the wire conduit in the gun and contaminate the aluminum wire as it is run...
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  • RHutch
    replied to Can you help me?
    Part #086837 is listed as "Nameplate Miller" on my Miller Service CD Rom. If you can give me a SN for the machine and a description of the part I will try to Help.


    Richard
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